How To Maintain And Restore Laminate Floors

The laminated floor provides a different look at your home or office. This floor is durable and resistant to stains. If you use the right product and lamination cleaning method, they can be cleaned and maintained easily.

Here are some general floor cleaning tips for this type of floor:


‘Laminate floor’ (also known as ‘พื้นไม้ลามิเนต‘ in the Thai language) broom every day with a soft broom. It will prevent scratches.

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Vacuum cleaning:

It’s convenient and important for vacuum cleaning the laminate floor often to get rid of loose dust and dirt. Dust has abrasives that can cause scratches.

Wet mopping:

Moist mops are advised to clean the laminate floor once a week or less. You can use a soft microfiber mop. Always sit along the floor board line. Dry and clean the floor with a microfiber soft mop. Be sure to only use a wet mop because water can damage the laminated floor. It is recommended to only use the suggested laminated cleaning products to clean your floor.

Things to avoid:

You may not use candles, polish, or vegetable oil-based products, powder rubbing, abrasive bearings or steel wool to polish or clean the laminated floor. These products will damage the floor surface.

Clean liquid spills and stains:

If there is a fluid that spills on the surface of the floor, it must be cleaned immediately. It can tarnish the floor or enter the stitches.

Use the right lamination cleaning products:

The floor is not sealed, especially in the stitches. Using a moist mop or washing with water can cause moisture to enter the lamination and damage it. It is recommended to use the right lamination cleaning products recommended by your floor manufacturer.

Ordinary cleaners can be used regularly after sweeping and sucking dust to mop the floor and remove dirt, dirt and footprints and make it shine using a microfiber mop. It won’t leave any residue or lines.