How to preserve the beauty of PVC floors

How to clean PVC floors

Interior design is a fascinating field not only for its continuous creative evolution but also for the research on materials which best interprets the experts’ ideas. After wood and aluminium, even PVC plays a prominent role in the creation of beautiful and, at the same time, functional furnishing details. However, these elements must be conserved in good conditions through appropriate treatments. So here is how to clean PVC floors.

How to clean PVC floors, lengthening the life of this surface? The most suitable tools for this operation are the vacuum cleaner, for removing dust and other macroscopic agents; non-abrasive and neutral detergents which – used with a wool rag – help remove the dirt; specific detergents for the most stubborn stains, and liquid detergents for repairing possible scratches caused by wear.

After that, we suggest proceeding with the cleaning with lukewarm water and neutral soap to be applied with a wet rag. There are occasions in which you have to use a specific kind of detergent. For this reason, it is better to choose the suitable product for the kind of stain you want to remove.

For ordinary cleaning, just brush the floor with a soft-bristled broom and use a wet rag with neutral soap. If stains persist, it is better to use detergents with wax. The remains of the detergent and the accumulation of dirt can be removed with a clean rag in the end.

Profix Thin profiles for low thickness floors

How to clean PVC floors - Profix Thin Z/4

Profix Thin Z/4

Learning how to clean PVC floors is an important operation which must be combined with a correct protection and finishing. Profilpas has created the line of profiles Profix Thin. This is a system for the floating laying of floors with thickness from 4 to 6 millimeters. The transition profile for floors of same height Z/4, the transition profiles for floors of different height C/4 and the terminal profile S/4 are available in anodised finish and are covered with Alcrom® Plus film. Moreover, the top profiles must be wedged into the PVC base.

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