Where to start
Vinyl floors are known for their unmatched durability and resilience, but that doesn't make them invincible. Dirt and soil tracked in from outside can wear down your vinyl floors, dulling them. That's why we suggest you keep doormats at all entryways and remove your shoes once inside.
For regular maintenance, sweep, vacuum, and mop your vinyl floors on a weekly basis. This will keep dust, dirt, and crumbs from accumulating, preventing wear and tear.
You may also consider placing your furniture on protective pads to reduce the risk of leaving an indent in the floor.
Spills & stains
All vinyl flooring is water-resistant, and much of it is waterproof, but spills and stains can still be a hazard. Left too long, a spill can cause discoloration and even warping, so it's important to clean it up right away.
If a spill leaves a stain, use a cleaner approved by your manufacturer's guide, and never use bleach.