Green Oasis, Inc. Hardwood Floor Deep Cleaning and Re-coating System  is available in Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Durham and Chapel Hill, NC. With BONA certified staff, our deep cleaning system takes floor care to a new level by offering a complete floor cleaning and maintenance package. Green Oasis uses Bona GreenGuard certified cleaning solutions and floor finishes. Our Hardwood Floor Deep Cleaning and Re-coating System is 100% dust free and most projects can be completed in just 1-day.

Our Hardwood Floor Deep Cleaning system leaves no residue and will not dull the finish.

Green Oasis uses Bona Power Scrubber for wood floor deep cleaning. Power Scrubber  removes all the dirt and grime from the hardwood floor surface. Bona Power Scrubber is a non-toxic, waterborne cleaner specially designed for unwaxed, polyurethane finished wood floors. Therefore, our hardwood floor deep cleaning is the perfect solution for dog/pet owners, also for individuals with allergies.

This eco-friendly cleaning system leaves no residue and will not dull the floor finish.

  • Compact design for complete scrubbing in all areas
  • Rotating brushes for maximum cleaning power
  • pH neutral, non toxic cleaners
  • No excessive water/cleaner usage that can damage the floor
  • GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified®

Bona Power Scrubber System is designed for hardwood floor deep cleaning.

  • Well maintained floors don’t need to be polished or recoated after deep cleaning
  • Floors that are lightly scratched or worn may be polished or recoated with Bona Traffic HD™
  • Floors that are heavily scratched and worn must be refinished

Hardwood floor re-coating system is 100% Dust Free.

Green Oasis  hardwood floor Recoat System features Bona Remover. The re-coat system is formulated to remove contaminants known to cause finish adhesion issues from sources such as acrylic polishes, waxes, oil soaps, oily cleaners, etc. The system can be used on polyurethane finishes or a prefinished wood floor. Bona Recoat System also aides in abrading the wood floor to maximize adhesion of Bona Traffic HD®.

  • Non-flammable, non-toxic
  • Sandless, dust free
  • GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified®
  • All work performed by Bona Certified Craftsmen

This System is designed for contaminated hardwood floor recoating.

  • Heavily contaminated floors need to be scrubbed with Bona
  • Remover and recoated with one or two coats of BonaBona Traffic HD® or Traffic HD™
  • Heavily scratched and worn floors must be refinished

How to care for your hardwood floors

It’s important to sweep or vacuum your floor at least once a week, therefore you can  get all the grit off the floor. Also sand and dirt act like a sand paper on your floor and wear down the finish.

  • Never use water to mop your floor- Vinegar and water seem like an economical way to clean your floor but its not recommended. Vinegar is an acid and it will break down the finish over time on the surface of your floor, and will reduce the shine and leave a dull appearance. Also don’t use mop and bucket, which leads to an excessive amount of water on the floor.
  • What should I use to clean my floor? Fine spray mist cleaners and products that are specifically made for hardwood flooring. We recommend Bona Hardwood Floor Cleaner. This kit comes with everything you need to care for your hardwood flooring.
  • Professional hardwood floor deep cleaning is recommended once every 1-2 years. High traffic floors may require maintenance coats or polish as needed.
  • We recommend using felt pads under furniture legs, these important scratch and scuff protectors can be found in most hardware stores available in all shapes and sizes.
  • Keep your pet’s nails trimmed, especially indoor dogs, because when running around on hardwood floors, they can cause expensive damage over time. Softer wood species are more prone to gauge and scratch, therefore even most durable floor finishes will not prevent this from happening.
  • Use area rugs at the main entrances to your home, since small rugs collect grit from your shoes, so you end up having less of it on your floor.
  • Try using area rugs with a sealed bottom where water exposure is present, since water and other liquid drips from ice maker, sink, dishwasher, toilet or pet’s water bowl area can eventually damage the flooring when not swiped up.
  • Placing plastic trays under plants that are on the floor will prevent constant excessive moisture from the moist plant soil. Otherwise it would cause the hardwood flooring expansion and discoloration in that area.
  • Finally, if possible, avoid direct sun exposure to your hardwood floor, use blinds, curtains, etc. We recommend UV blocking window film on glass that exposes direct sunlight to the hardwood floor.