Mohawk LVP Maintenance and Care

Everyday Care


  • Sweep the floor regularly with a soft bristle broom to remove loose dirt.
  • For a deeper clean, a mop moistened with warm water and a non-abrasive, neutral PH floor cleaner will suffice.
  • Spills should be cleaned up immediately.

Simple Repairs 


  • Prevent indentations and scratches by using non-staining floor protectors on the legs of chairs, appliances and all heavy furniture. Floor protectors should be at least one inch in diameter.
  • Do not flood floor or subject to standing water.
  • Protect your floor from tracked-in dirt by using mats at all outside entrances. Mats should have a non-rubberized backing and be marked as non-staining.
  • Avoid tracking-in tar or asphalt from driveways.
  • Avoid high heel shoes on your floor as they can cause permanent indentations.
  • Protect your floors against burns. Burns from cigarettes, matches or other extremely hot items can cause permanent damage.
  • Avoid exposure to direct sunlight for prolonged periods, as this can cause discoloration.

Stain Removal 

  • Remove spills promptly. Do not allow topical moisture to remain on the floor.
  • Immediately use an absorbent cloth to remove as much of the liquid as possible.
  • Mist a clean microfiber cloth with a Mohawk recommended cleaner, if needed, and rub the area, working from the outside of the area toward the center.
  • Take care to wipe the surface thoroughly.
  • Do not allow liquids to stand or remain on the surface of the flooring to reduce spotting.

Products and Tools to Avoid 


  • Do not use oil soaps, wax, detergents, abrasive cleaners, polishes, or other household products to clean the floor.
  • Vacuums with beater bar or power rotary brush head should never be used on vinyl flooring.
  • Never use power scrubbers to clean the floor.




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