by Karen Bates
(last updated August 18, 2014)
Wood floors are a beautiful part of any home, but painted wood floors are an amazingly unique and lovely detail in any house. These floors are often hand-painted and add a great splash of color and sophistication to a room.
Painting a wood floor can be a good way to change the look of the regular wood and give it an interesting appearance. It is also a way to cover up an old, damaged floor and give it new life without spending a lot of money.
Although these painted floors can be beautiful, they are not exactly the same as a regular wood floor. The painted surface of these floors requires special care to keep them looking new and shiny.
When you need to clean your painted wood floors, follow these instructions for best results:
The best way to keep your painted wood floor clean is to sweep and dust often. Dirt and dust move easily across a wooden floor, and the keep that dirt from getting stuck on your floor you should clean it up once or twice a week. With the proper cleaning, your beautiful floor can last for years and years, and will still look great in the future.
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