HOW TO CLEAN A HARDWOOD FLOOR : HOW TO CLEAN

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How To Clean A Hardwood Floor


how to clean a hardwood floor
    hardwood floor
  • (Hardwood Floors) Engineered, pre-finished, click and laminate.
  • Wood flooring is any product manufactured from timber that is designed for use as flooring, either structural or aesthetic. Bamboo flooring is often considered a wood floor, although it is made from a grass (bamboo) rather than a timber.
  • Non-resilient flooring of maple, pecan, oak, beech, and various other hardwoods.
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    clean
  • Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing
  • clean and jerk: a weightlift in which the barbell is lifted to shoulder height and then jerked overhead
  • Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking
  • make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from; "Clean the stove!"; "The dentist cleaned my teeth"
  • free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"

DSCF7360 Here also residual dusts and powders from sanding hardwood floor
DSCF7360 Here also residual dusts and powders from sanding hardwood floor
Landlord side says it contains absolutely no lead in the coats - our hardwood floor. I want to think then they mean the previous, older coating they removed also has no lead in the content. [How often people redo the floor? every 20 years? then the last time was like 1987? When we started to mess with lead issue? ] But one of the reference material I read says lead is usually almost always there in the floor coating polyurethane stuff (either oil based or water based) - there is just a regulation which enforces lead's amount in the coating won't exceed certain level. Or can there be completely lead free floor coating materials? [Lead and our - human beings - its recent episodes/history is kind of funny and wicked story too.] We wiped some - say 40% of the wood powder/dust (it probably contains very finely granulated old polyurethane floor coatings - hopefully? having no lead in it.) - [and that's already probably like 10 hours or more of human labor... It can make your weekend squashed.] Some cracks on the molding - floor board - is it called? - is normal and average stuff in USA - and in UK probably (and older buildings in China too). I just don't understand why Anglo Saxons became so numb about the ugliness of splattered paints - over and over- always around them. It's ugly. It's incomprehensible. But they are fine with it - and they don't care about unevenness of the surface or cracks or holes or gaps - but they just want NEW PAINT ON EVERYTHING [We love new paint on anything, don't worry about the details and corners, just open the can and get it going. We are impatient people.] and they feel fine - they think it's "DONE" - despite its sheer cluelessness. Human brains are weird thing. Maybe the brains which really don't care about those 'messy corners and edges etc' are the key to become so imperial...? < well, being tidy and clean doesn't make you non-imperial much either... *Also originally these 'trims' were supposedly unpainted - leave wood pattern visible - so it gets varnished and so on, but not to be painted over with white and cream and so on. Something changed among Anglo-Saxons at some point, and one new or younger generation started to paint literally every single, all surfaces of anything at any position in the rooms - they still haven't painted their table clothe and dishes and so on - just yet - but I've seen the cases of electric light stands got painted and ruined - etc. {and it was abandoned in the middle of black power chord getting painted with 'WHITE' - looked so awful. A reckless people. *Now I remember fully painted fridge(green...) I saw in UK. The heat releasing elements behind it was, of course, coated in the paint. And the people of the house said it's been working 'fine' for past 5 years or so. We need a bit more of education about - House science or building and appliance science.
God is in the details
God is in the details
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how to clean a hardwood floor
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