What is Bona Hardwood Cleaner?

Posted on 23 March, 2015 by


Cleaning your hardwood floors frequently and effectively is an essential aspect of helping them last and one important aspect of this is finding the right cleaner. In order to be an effective, whole-home solution, your cleaner will need to work well on all types of hardwood floors including unwaxed and polyurethane finished wood floors. Luckily Bona Hardwood Cleaner is designed for this very purpose. Safe and residue-free, it is ready-to-use and fast-drying for the best results. Effective, non-toxic, and environmentally friendly, Bona stands out from the competition and has earned the recommendation of professionals since 1919. But choosing the right cleaner is only half of the process; the other half involves the actual physical maintenance of your floor. For that, it’s best to establish a routine and a schedule for cleaning to help you prevent damage and preserve the beauty of your floor for years to come. Dusting Hardwood floors should be dusted or swept daily to remove the worst of the grit and dirt that may cause scratches to the surface. A microfiber cloth or mop is the best…

What is a Monster Steam Mop?

Posted on 06 March, 2015 by


In the past, cleaning your floors often involved lots of water and/or harsh chemicals, but this isn’t the healthiest or most environmentally friendly way to disinfect our homes. It’s also not the best method of cleaning for our homes and tends to cause damage or wear and tear to some flooring materials. For these reasons, the steam mop was invented. Instead of using harsh chemicals to get your floors their cleanest, steam mops heat water to very high temperatures, softening and removing dirt without scrubbing. Designs of steam mops can vary greatly but the Monster Steam Mop is designed specifically to produce a drier steam which prevents leftover moisture that may cause damage to wood surfaces or leave smooth tile slippery and dangerous. This is achieved by using a stainless steel boiler capable of withstanding high temperatures to heat the water to an impressive 130°C. Because this steam mop operates at such a high temperature, energy efficiency was a big concern but the developers took this into consideration and made this unit highly energy efficient. A built-in thermostat controls the…