Pergo flooring is engineered in a way that makes the cleaning as easy as possible. One does not require any alien skills or expensive items for cleaning Pergo; the ordinary conventional methods always work.
Pergo flooring has the Luster Gard surface protection which makes sure that dust, dirt, etc. don’t stick to the floor. This feature guarantees a stain-free and non-fade floor.
For daily maintenance, this laminate flooring requires the normal sweeping using an appropriate broom. Occasionally, you can damp mop the floor, and if resources allow, you can apply some light vacuuming. In all these endeavors, it is recommended that neither soap nor detergents should be used. Similarly, no cleaners with wax should be used, reason being that they may leave a film and leave the floor very dull. Avoid the use of any abrasive cleaner, rotating beating bars, steamers, floor scrubbers and jet mops as they may damage the floor.
Sometimes you may want to get rid of difficult spots such as nail polish, markers, cigarette burns, tar drops, markers, crayon, shoe polish, ink, lipstick oil, etc. Pergo has a handy product for this work, that is the Pergo’s Laminate and Hard Surface Cleaner. Also of importance for spot removal is acetone, nail polish remover or denatured alcohol. You may be among those who like home-mades. Add 1 cup of vinegar to a gallon of water and thoroughly mix the two. Otherwise mix ½ cup ammonia with 1 gallon of water.
If candle wax or chewing gum happens to stick on your floor, just allow it to harden first, then scrape it off using a blunt plastic scraper. Make sure you don’t scrape the floor itself. To harden the wax or the chewing gum faster, you can place some ice cubes on them for some minutes.
An easy cleaning procedure like this surely wouldn’t worry you of having pets and a squad of kids in the house.