The best Hardwood floor advice you will get today

Duke Manor Farm
by Duke Manor Farm
If you live in a house like me with big wheels and roller skates buzzing by on your hardwood floors then you know after time your floors begin to take a beating. And it's not just the big wheels, it's the sun and foot traffic that help the floors lose their once upon a time luster and shine. Rather then going through the process of resanding and restaining , I occasionally will use a product call reviver to help give back some some of the "newness" to my hardwood flooring. For a quick demonstration and to see the big wheel culprit , come visit me on my blog.
Before cleaning I use my shark steamer which omits a high degree of water and no water residual on the floor.
Before. If you look you can see a line that seperates where a rug lays on the floor.
This is an after picture from the same angle as the before.
Big Wheel Culprit
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  • Tri7072153 Tri7072153 on Aug 23, 2017
    I was told NOT to steam my hardwood floors? They are in my kitchen and really look worn.

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  • Homebody Homebody on Apr 05, 2014
    Thank you Sherrie! I will check in different rooms....but hmmmm, all my corners are filled with our stuff! LOL I will check and get back to you. Kind Regards, Sharlyss

  • Kate Kate on Apr 29, 2017
    I have hardwood floors. Learned from a friend that all you need to clean them (once in a while) is a gallon bucket of water, 1/4C white vinegar and barely damp rag/mop. Looks like new...every time and its 13 yrs old...granted no husband or kids abusing it :)