What You Didn’t Know About Vinyl Flooring Maintenance


Vinyl flooring in Maldives is more than just a modern trend. It’s a testament to where the blend of technology, aesthetics, and practicality meets.

Why is Vinyl Flooring Popular?

Have you ever walked into a space and felt the room exude a certain warmth or charm? Sometimes, it’s the vinyl flooring beneath your feet doing the magic. Millerholz vinyl flooring in Maldives is loved for its durability, diverse designs, and cost-effectiveness. But what really makes it a crowd favorite is its mimicking ability. It can mimic hardwood, ceramic, and even stone, all while costing a fraction of the price.

Different Types of Vinyl Flooring

When it comes to vinyl flooring in Maldives there’s a variety to choose from. We’ve got plank, and tile with vinyl in many colors. Which one is your favorite? Each has its unique appearance and installation method.

The Importance of Proper Maintenance

A well-maintained vinyl floor not only looks pristine but can last decades with the right care.

Extending the Lifespan of Your Floor

Ever heard the saying, “Prevention is better than cure”? This isn’t just for your health but your vinyl floor too. Regular maintenance keeps away the scratches, dents, and stains that age your floor prematurely.

Preventing Stains and Discolorations

Our products are stain and discoloration resistant because they do not absorb anything. You can spill wine, coffee, or any other liquid on them and they will not leave a mark. Even if you leave the liquid on for days, you can still wipe it off.

Daily Maintenance Tips

Routine care makes all the difference.

Dusting and Sweeping

Think of dust and dirt as tiny little villains, constantly plotting against the shine of your floor. A daily sweep or dust keeps these villains at bay.

Dealing with Spills

Spills are like uninvited guests. Deal with them immediately! Use a damp cloth for best results. Check out our tools section at www.millerholz.com/tools-accessories/

Deep Cleaning Strategies

For those days when your floor needs a little extra love.

Choosing the Right Cleaning Solutions

Imagine using a chainsaw to cut butter. Overkill, right? Similarly, avoid harsh chemicals on your vinyl. Gentle cleansers do the trick just fine.

Over-wetting the Floor

Drowning your problems isn’t a solution but over-wetting our vinyl flooring is not an issue either. The watertight seams prevent water from seeping in.

The Role of Professional Cleaning

Sometimes, it’s okay to let the pros handle it. They come with their arsenal of tools and expertise to give your floor the pampering it deserves.

Common Mistakes to Avoid

Even the best of us can slip up occasionally.

Using Harsh Chemicals

Harsh chemicals with high pH can strip away the shine and leave your vinyl looking lackluster. Avoid using them regularly.


Vinyl flooring, with its beauty and resilience, is an excellent choice for modern homes. However, its longevity largely depends on the care it receives. So, treat it right, and it’ll reward you with years of elegance and durability.


How often should I deep clean my vinyl flooring?

Deep cleaning is also not recommended for vinyl flooring. The harsh chemicals and abrasive cleaners that are often used in deep cleaning can damage the finish on the vinyl if you really need to do it we recommend once a year.


Can I use steam mops on vinyl floors?

The heat from steam mops can damage the finish on vinyl flooring, even if it is not held together with adhesives. The steam can also cause the vinyl to warp or bubble.

If you have vinyl flooring that does not use adhesives like our products, the best way to clean it is to sweep or vacuum it regularly to remove dirt and debris. Then, mop the floor with a mild cleaning solution once a week. If you spill something on the floor, clean it up with a damp cloth.


What’s the best way to remove tough stains from vinyl?

For stubborn stains on vinyl, we recommend using our Wash and Care and Liquid Wax Cleaner.

These products are specifically designed for cleaning and maintaining vinyl surfaces. They are safe to use and will not damage the finish on your vinyl. See products here: https://millerholz.com/care-and-maintenance/