Monday, March 21, 2011

What should I clean my wood floors with?

Its easier to say what not to use -

Don't use oil soaps.  Oil soaps will leave a sticky residue that traps grit on the finish of your floor.  As you walk on the floor it grinds that grit into the finish and causing accelerated wear to the finish.

Don't use acidic cleaners.  Cleaners with vinegar, lemon, and other acidic substances will eat away at the finish layer over time.

Don't use waxes.  Wax will accumulate dirt and grit over time - even more so than the oil soaps.


  • Vacuum loose dirt regularly from your wood floors.
  • Use a slightly damp cloth for any areas that don't come clean from vacuuming. 
  • Use a bone scraper to remove gummy materials (not a butter knife). 

NHance does have a cleaning solution available for your wood floors that will not attract dirt and grit or eat away your finish.  Call for more info.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Did you know…
You can have your floors and cabinets renewed in about a day and for a fraction of the cost of traditional refinishing or replacement. 

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Tuesday, March 8, 2011

What to do?

What do you do when your significant investment in wood floors, cabinets and trim stops looking beautiful?
The traditional solution has been to do NOTHING. Once your wood reached the place where it looked terrible, your only solution was to move out of your home or business for three to seven days while sanders and refinishers would grind off the original finish, and top layer of wood, before refinishing with a petroleum-based varnish. What a mess! Not to mention, toxic! Want to know more?