Slide 1: Choose the Right Vacuum

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Yes, you can vacuum your hardwood floors. In fact, doing so can grab dust that's hiding between floor boards. Choose a vacuum that works well on wood floors. There are lots of options from a Dyson to a Roomba.


Related: Why I Love My Central Vac


Floor Care Guide: 11 Ways to Care for Your Wood Floors

By design, our floors will see some of the most wear and tear of any of the fixtures in our home. Even if you’re normally careful with your floors, harsh cleansers can damage the boards and pet stains can leave lasting stains on your finish. Don’t even mention moving day—improperly moved furniture accounts for plenty of the damage hardwood floors can sustain. But you can protect them. From the way that you clean, right down to what you wear on your feet, these tips will help you keep your floors in great shape for years to come.

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