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Clean & Protect Your Hardwood | Hardwood Care Tips | Bruce

Cleaning and caring for your Bruce® hardwood flooring is a lot easier than you might think. It really comes down to choosing the right products and taking a few protective precautions. Make it a habit to follow these tips and you’ll keep those fabulous floors looking newer, longer! Clean regularly (with the right stuff).

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Floor Care Products | Bruce

Bruce® Hardwood & Laminate Floor Cleaner Regularly clean up dirt and dust with a broom, dust mop or your vacuum’s wand attachment. For spills or spots, spray product and wipe up with a damp cloth or terrycloth swivel-head mop. For large areas, mist on product then wipe clean and dry with a swivel-head mop or soft towel.

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Hardwood Flooring, Cleaning Products & Accessories | Bruce

With a large selection of solid and engineered hardwood as well as cleaning supplies and resources, Bruce is here to help you bring your ideas to life! Hardwood Flooring, Cleaning Products & Accessories | Bruce

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How to Clean Engineered Hardwood Floors: 13 Steps (with Pictures)

If left on the engineered hardwood floor, these will be ground into its surface and can scuff or damage the top layer of hardwood. If left on the floor, dirt and rocks can also scratch the veneer on top of the hardwood flooring. To keep your engineered hardwood in good shape, clean them frequently.

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HARDWOOD FLOORING CARE AND CLEANING TIPS

• Sweep, dust mop, or vacuum regularly using the wand attachment on your vacuum cleaner. • Clean your hardwood floor occasionally using a swivel head mop with a soft cover and Armstrong®Hardwood & Laminate Floor Cleaner or Bruce®Hardwood & Laminate Floor Cleaner.

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How to Care for Engineered Hardwood Flooring - Learning Center

Engineered Wood Plank Care Tips & Techniques Keep your engineered flooring swept, clean, and dry on a daily basis. This will keep mopping to a minimum and prevent abrasive particulates from scratching the surface. Use either a vacuum cleaner with a soft flooring attachment, or a broom.

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