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The Household Staple You Should Avoid Using When Cleaning Wood Floors
While regular cleaning is vital to maintain the shine of wooden floors, there is a common household product homeowners should be wary of using for this purpose: hydrogen peroxide.
Although it isn’t as potent as bleach, hydrogen peroxide is still a strong cleaning agent that, much like bleach, has the ability to discolor
wooden flooring.
Leanne Stapf, the chief operating officer at The Cleaning Authority, recommends avoiding hydrogen peroxide entirely when cleaning wood floors to be on the safe side.