When we first bought our house, one of the things I love about it was its bamboo flooring. It’s surprising that bamboo flooring is quite common in the town where we moved. Upon asking around why it is such a popular material, I have found out that not only is bamboo abundant, it is known for its natural hardness and water resistance. As a homeowner, it means that it’s easier to clean and maintain. Thus, I kept the flooring as it is.
Have you ever been in a dilemma because you can’t decide what’s right for your flooring? Laminate vs. vinyl, which is better?
I guess the majority would answer a big “YES”. Choosing between laminate and vinyl is crucial since the flooring will serve as the stage of your house, office or wherever you plan to install one.
Marble is definitely an easy way to add an aesthetic element to any home. I personally used marble all over the floor area of our dining and living room. And it really does its job in making the space look extra special. The tricky part is that: although marble floors can instantly make any room more dazzling, it loses its appeal if not cleaned and maintained properly. Now, how to clean marble floors thoroughly without a glitch?
Brick floors are known for being durable and easy to maintain. Anyone who uses them in their hallway or kitchen area can vouch for their functionality. But like any other kind of flooring, one has to clean them. Sealed bricks can be cleaned easily. However, they tend to trap moisture within them, which can be problematic. What experts recommend to remedy this is to partner your routine cleaning (done daily) with a more thorough cleaning (done at least once a month). It’s important that you follow the right cleaning method so as not to damage the bricks.
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