7 Tips To Keep Your Wooden Floor Scratch Free

Remove Your Shoes

Good manners and good practice, getting guests and family to remove their shoes will go a long way to sparing the floors.


As well as being great for hiding the worst scratches and dents, rugs will cushion the floor from any potential scratch-inducing impacts

Protect Furniture Feet

Try putting felt pads under the feet or if you’ve got old carpet or a rug lying around you could always cut it up.

Pet Claws

We recommend one of the best robot vacuums for pet hair to reduce shedding, but sharp claws can damage wooden flooring and require more than a dog-lick.

Furniture Rearrange

Moving furniture can damage wooden floors. If you catch it while moving, it may scratch the floor, so lift it high.

Protective Oils And varnish

There are plenty of oils and varnishes that can clean and protect your floor from stains and scratches.

Vacuum Regularly

Vacuuming regularly will stop any dirt and debris from being trodden into the floor and save you a lot of work in the long run.