Here is the second in a series explaining how to think about remodeling projects in terms of the ease of regular cleaning after installation. Thanks to guest blogger, Andrea Erickson of Innovative Building Materials, innovativebuildingmaterials.com. Sealed Wood Surfaces
Sealed wood surfaces are a great way to keep up a polished and natural look in your home. You can pick any color or type of wood you want, whatever stain inspires you, and then seal it in so it lasts as long as possible.
In the spaces where you want gorgeous wood, find the best interior wood stain and sealer
you can afford, and invest in this. This awesome wood protector will keep your wood surfaces dirty and grime-free while also giving you the chance to enjoy the beautiful home interior of your dreams.
Garage Floors That Repel Stains
Most garage floors have stains due to a vehicle leaking or something spilling. Unfortunately, this ruins the pristine and gorgeous look they usually have. To fix this, you can either use a liquid and stain repellent paint, or you can seal your concrete, so it doesn’t have any chance of absorbing anything that spills or drips.
This will make your garage look fresh and new for longer and will allow you to increase the number of ways you use your garage since you won’t have to worry about your things getting dirty or stained while they’re in there.