Proper use and maintenance is very important to maintain the beauty and durability of bamboo flooring. In recent years, with the development of the bamboo processing industry, more and more users use bamboo flooring, and consumers have increasingly recognized this product. However, because some users do not know much about the maintenance of bamboo flooring, there are also occasions when complaints occur when problems occur during use. In this case, both the manufacturers need to do a good job of after-sales service and consumers need to understand the use of knowledge, in order to protect the interests of both parties. Bamboo flooring should pay attention to the following points in daily use:
Regularly keeping indoor ventilation can not only make the chemicals in the floor volatilize as much as possible and discharge them to the outside, but also exchange the indoor humid air with the outside. Especially in the case of no one living and maintaining for a long time, indoor ventilation is more important. Common practice is: often open windows or room doors to allow air convection, or use air conditioning systems and ventilation systems to create a dry and clean environment indoors.
In some houses, sunlight or rain can enter the local area of the room directly from the window, which will harm the bamboo floor. Sunlight will accelerate the aging of paint and glue, and cause shrinkage and cracking of the floor. After the rain gets wet, the bamboo absorbs water and causes expansion and deformation, which can also make the floor moldy. So pay special attention in daily use.
The painted surface of bamboo flooring is both the decorative layer of the floor and the protective layer of the floor. Therefore, you should avoid the impact of hard objects, scratches of sharp objects, metal friction, etc. Chemicals cannot be stored indoors. In addition, the indoor furniture should be handled with care when moving, and the feet of the furniture should be cushioned with rubber. In public places, carpets should be laid on the main aisles.
During daily use, the floor should be cleaned frequently to keep the floor clean and hygienic. When cleaning, you can use a clean broom to clean the dust and debris, and then manually wipe with a water-dried cloth. If the area is too large, you can wash the cloth mop, and then hang it to drip and drip. Mop the ground. Never wash with water or clean with a damp cloth or mop. If there is any water-containing substance spilled on the ground, wipe it off with a dry cloth immediately.
If conditions permit, you can also apply a layer of floor wax at intervals to strengthen the protection of the floor. If the painted surface is damaged, you can repair it with ordinary varnish or ask the manufacturer to repair it.