Maintenance

Maintenance

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Poor maintenance

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Poor maintenance

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Poor maintenance

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Poor maintenance

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Poor maintenance

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Construction dust

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Improper maintenance

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Residue buildup

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Construction dust

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Oil stains

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During cleaning

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After cleaning-residue removed

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During cleaning

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After cleaning- residue removed

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What you need to know

Manufacturers of wood and laminate flooring typically have recommended maintenance procedures for their products. Since this information may be product-specific and may impact the flooring’s warranty (if not adhered to), it is always recommended that the manufacturer’s written maintenance procedures be followed. Proper maintenance procedures for wood and laminate flooring are often very similar and occur in three primary phases.

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