Revitalizing your old cork floors

By: Jerry Work

Cork flooring gained popularity back in the 60's and 70's and were considered to be "cutting edge". Cork floors became less popular over time due to the lack of necessary cleaning materials, which led to a problem with the floors fading.

The recommended initial maintenance isn't something most wood flooring owners are familiar with. Unless you have used a more common maintenance solution such as scotchguard for your fabric furniture materials. When the flooring industry discusses initial maintenance they're usually referring to floor types such as cork, hardwood, bamboo and laminate flooring.

Once you have selected a cork flooring dealer, made your purchase and had the new flooring installed, you should seriously consider initial maintenance. Your new cork flooring will have a shiny finish and a protective coating to prevent damange once you apply the protectant and sealant after the factory dirt and grime has been removed.

If you would like to restore the cork flooring already present in your home, you should follow a couple steps for restoring and scrubbing. You should be able to maintain them with buffing and Revitalizer restoration cleaner. With a little time and elbow grease your old cork flooring will look again. You shouldn't have to forget how great the cork floors looked when they were restored or installed. There is a lot of information online that discusses proper maintenance. Visit your favorite search engine using phrases such as cork flooring maintenance or maintaining cork flooring and you shouldn't have any problems finding the information you need to get your cork floors looking new again.

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