Pergo* Outlast flooring, like other luxury materials in your house, needs regular maintenance to stay in tip-top shape. In this blog post on how to clean Pergo* Outlast flooring, we’ll go over simple cleaning strategies you can implement to ensure your Pergo* Outlast floors are protected and glistening for years to come!
Pergo* Outlast is a luxury laminate flooring with superb waterproof properties. The authentic appearance and feel of Outlast has become a favorite of discerning homeowners. This high-end flooring is ideal for use throughout the house, including bathrooms and kitchens.
The firm and compact surface layer of Pergo* Outlast flooring prevents dust and dirt from adhering in large volumes. Regardless, basic cleaning sessions every now and again are a good idea to maintain the luxurious glow of this unique flooring.
The Best Way To Clean Pergo* Outlast Floors
Dust is a common nuisance that all homeowners will deal with over the course of time. No matter how much we dislike it, those pesky dust particles don’t seem to care. This is precisely why having a high-quality dust mop handy is so important. More specifically, having a dust mop that doesn’t require the use of duster spray is particularly convenient for Pergo* Outlast cleaning. The Champion Old Fashioned Dust Mop is the perfect dust mop for clearing away even the tiniest dust particles from Pergo* Outlast flooring. This high-performance dust mop’s electrostatic strands pick up dust and dirt particles all by themselves, all without the need for any type of dust mop treatment spray. Simply run this mop across your flooring, step outside, and shake off the dust! All done!
If any unfortunate stains have accumulated that warrant a more intensive cleaning job, you’ll need high-end cleaning products for your high-end flooring. Champion Supplies specializes in providing only the highest-performing cleaning supplies for luxury flooring. Our Yellow Wet Mop, Hardwood & Laminate Floor Cleaner, and Hardwood & Laminate Floor Shine combine as the ultimate trifecta for cleaning Pergo* Outlast floors.
The first question you might ask is why bother with specialized floor cleaners when you can just use vinegar and water? While it’s true that vinegar is a good cleaning agent, it’s a bit too good. The problem with vinegar is its ultra-acidic nature. The high acidity of vinegar may cause the fine finish on your Pergo* Outlast laminate flooring to dull over time. Not only that but if the mop handle you are using to clean your flooring is made of metal, vinegar will cause the handle to rust and corrode.
Champion Hardwood & Laminate Floor Cleaner is the best floor cleaner for Pergo* laminate floors due to the fact that it is specifically made for the delicate nature of luxury flooring. Its formula is biodegradable, phosphate-free, and environmentally friendly. This high-performance cleaner will leave behind no streaks or residue, all while effectively cleaning even the toughest stains with ease. Simply spray the cleaner on the flooring, working a small section at a time with the Champion Yellow Wet Mop, the best mop for Pergo* floors. The mop should simply be damp, not wet. Spray the cleaner on the flooring in sections to prevent the cleaner from drying on the floor. After you’re finished mopping, simply allow the flooring to air dry. Mopping Pergo* floors truly is easy after all!
We all want shiny floors right? This is where Champion Hardwood & Laminate Floor Finish/Shine comes in. After you have thoroughly washed your Pergo* Outlast flooring and allowed it to air dry, squirt a small amount of this high-performance floor finish onto the floor. Spread it across the floor evenly with the Champion Yellow Wet Mop. For a high-gloss finish, apply 2 to 4 coats. Each coating takes approximately 60 minutes to dry. Rinse the Yellow Mop as needed in warm water.
Protecting Your Pergo* Outlast Flooring
While Pergo* Outlast laminate flooring is very durable, no flooring is unbreakable. Following are a few easy preventative measures that are critical to maintaining the integrity of your luxury Pergo* flooring.
To safeguard the surface of your Pergo* Outlast flooring from scratches, install walk-off area mats or rugs inside of any entryways to catch tiny pieces of dirt, gravel, or sand that may be tracked in via shoes. Verify that your rugs or mats have a sturdy backing to prevent debris from sifting through and coming into contact with the floor.
It’s also a good idea to cover the bottom of the legs of chairs, couches, tables, TV stands, and other readily movable furniture with felt floor cushions.
Substitute the plastic casters on chairs with rubber wheels and carry heavy things over the floor rather than sliding them.
Hopefully, these tips on how to clean Pergo* Outlast flooring and how to protect them have been useful. By implementing these strategies, you can ensure that your investment in Pergo* Outlast luxury laminate flooring will be protected for years to come!
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