Care & Maintenance

With normal maintenance your Max Floorings floor will provide decades of beauty and performance. Follow the instructions listed below to maximize appearance:

  • Avoid tracking dirt and grime in from outside by using doormats at entry doors.
  • Wood and other furnishings are effected by extreme sunlight. To minimize color change (darkening), block direct rays by closing curtains or blinds when sunlight is at its peak.
  • Use protective felt pads on furniture legs to avoid scratching the floor. Use care in moving heavy furniture across the floor. Hardwood runways should be used when moving furniture. If moving furniture causes scuffs or scratches, use a clean white cloth dampened with lighter fluid, naphtha or isopropyl alcohol based fluids to remove them.
  • Sweep or vacuum floors as needed to remove dirt and grime.
  • When spills or stains occur blot them up immediately to prevent them from soaking into the wood. Stains like red wine, coffee, tea and other dark fluids can be blotted up with a damp towel. Waxy or gummy stains which stick to the floor should be lifted off gently with a dull knife. The residue can be dissolved with naphtha, lighter fluid or isopropyl alcohol.
  • Bona’s Hardwood Floor Cleaner applied with a soft fiber mop should be used periodically when dirt builds up.
  • Do not use furniture wax or sprays on wood floors.
  • Never use household cleaners, bleaches, or abrasive powders on your floors.

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Bona® UV Finishes

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Your Max's floor has been coated with a Bona UV finish to ensure long-lasting beauty. Providing the ultimate in wear, scratch and chemical resistance, Bona UV finishes are easy and economical to maintain over the lifetime of the floor.

Bona Lifetime Support is a step-by-step program offering the right products, processes and expertise for cost-effective maintenance and care throughout the lifetime of your Max Floorings hardwood floor. Lifetime support means everything you need to clean, maintain and renovate your wood flooring during the three phases in the life of a hardwood floor.

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