When you put the parquet floor, you will find that there are many styles and colors of wood to choose from, also of birch with a cherry Hickory maple to oak. Style also varies from the floor parquet to the board, on the strip. And, finally, the color varies from blond to red to honey to natural. In this issue, the decor you have, you will find the type of flooring in addition to it.
Hardwood floors are durable, but they must care. But then - so do carpets! Unlike carpet hardwood floors - the proper treatment - not stained irreparably, if spill a glass of cranberry juice or something similar to them - as long as you clean it immediately. Carpets can hide bits of gravel or sand that may occur off your shoes when you enter the house, but they are dirty your carpet. However, it is a bit more serious on the parquet floors, and can scratch the finish on the ground in the mud. So it is better to take steps to ensure that this did not happen. Prevention is always better than cure.
Mats with a bristle brush is outside your door will allow visitors to wipe their feet. As soon as they enter the house, shoes should be discarded and replaced with an indoor wear slippers instead. (This is a good idea, even if you have carpet, as it will save you to vacuum more often than necessary.)
It is always a good idea to place felt pads under all furniture legs, so that they can be easily moved when you are cleaning. Move furniture carefully so as not to deceive or scratches on the floor. Excessive water can cause damage to hardwood floors as it will damage the carpet. Hardwood floors are usually considered to reflect the water - however, any spills should be cleaned immediately. If you have a parquet floor in your kitchen, area rugs in front of the refrigerator (if it Icemaker), dishwasher and kitchen sink are important.
Hardwood floors, usually wax, or polyurethane coating over them. Just as with cleaning linoleum, or even furniture made of wood, you want to make sure that you use the proper cleaner to finish does not yellow. Contact the manufacturer of your floor to see how clean they recommend. If you are going to SS your floor, make sure you are using a very dry damp mop - excess water can seep into seams and ruin the wooden floor.