Can luxury vinyl flooring be waxed?
The brilliance of new luxury vinyl flooring creates an appearance you?ll want to protect for as long as possible. When and if that starts to fade, you can be faced with the desire to do whatever it takes to keep your floors looking newer longer.
We are often asked if luxury vinyl flooring can be waxed, and that is the question we will address here today. Let?s find out how to keep your floors looking great for as long as possible.
Maintaining luxury vinyl flooring products
When viewing a brand new piece of a luxury vinyl plank (LVP) or tile (LVT), the magnificent appearance is the top wear layer laid over the design layer. The wear layer protects against daily wear, such as scratches, scuffs, and scrapes, but it also creates a beautiful appearance that can resemble a highly waxed surface.
This wear layer is most often covered with one or more urethane layers, which adds protection and sheen to your floor covering. Therefore wax serves no real purpose and therefore does not need to be added at any point.
To keep the shine you fell in love with in the showroom, be sure to clean your floors as directed by the manufacturer. This can mean purchasing specific cleaners or dust mops to make sure your floors look great for years to come.
Another way to protect your floors, thus keeping that new shine for as long as possible, is to make use of area rugs or runners. These rugs trap debris that would otherwise scratch and mar your flooring.
Let us help with your luxury vinyl flooring
No matter what type of floor covering you?re looking for, Bayland Flooring goes above and beyond to make sure your requirements are met. The same goes for answering all your flooring related questions.
Our associates are trained, experienced, and ready to assist you when you visit our showroom, located in New Franken, WI. From there, we serve the communities of New Franken, Franken, and Green Bay, WI, and we invite you to visit us when you need information on the perfect luxury vinyl flooring, either vinyl planks or tile, for your home.