Maintenance vinyl flooring

 

General maintenance

Vinyl floors are easy to live with, but as with most things, it needs regular cleaning to stay beautiful. The innovative surface layer with TitanV™ makes a specific treatment after installation unnecessary, and your floor can easily be cleaned with a broom, vacuum cleaner, or a damp mop. We recommend that you always use a non-aggressive maintenance product, like Pergo vinyl cleaner that maintains the original look of your floor. Do not poor water over the floor or leave a puddle of water on the floor.

Periodic cleaning and maintenance

Clean the floor routinely by sweeping, vacuum cleaning or damp wiping. Always remove immediately grit, sharp objects, staining agents, moisture or aggressive substances from the floor.
PLEASE NOTE: Never use aggressive cleaning agents, soap or abrasive cleaners or cleaners containing oil or waxes.

 

Stain removal

Remove stains as fast as possible. The longer spilled materials are left on the floor, the greater the risk of permanently staining.
Persistent stains may be removed using Pergo vinyl cleaner.

Industrial cleaning

In order to increase resistance and enhance cleaning properties of the flooring for commercial application, an appropriate sealer can be applied according to the instructions of the manufacturer of this product.

Maintenance guide

> Vacuum gently

After installation, vacuum using a vacuum head with soft edges.

> Regular maintenance

Dry mop or sweep the floor to remove dirt and dust. Wipe the floor with hand warm water containing one or two “bottle caps” of Pergo all-round floor cleaner and using Pergo micro fiber mop. The daily cleaning should follow the instructions on the Pergo web.site. Do not overdose detergent. The use of inappropriate cleaning products might damage the flooring surface!

> Castor-wheel protection

Castor chairs must have wheels of “soft wheel” type, and you must put down a protection mat to avoid scratches and damages.

> Scratch-proof padding

"TitanV™ is a patented technique where several layers with different properties and functions are merged together under heat and pressure. The result gives a surface that is as hard as titanium."