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Can Smart Cleaning Robot be Used for Wooden Floors?

The use of smart cleaning robot on wooden floors

Smart cleaning robots can be used on wooden floors. There are generally two problems with wooden floors: scratches and water. Smart cleaning robots do not scratch or damage the floor. If they did, no one would buy them. As for water, the smart cleaning robot combines wet mopping and dry mopping to quickly dry the water on the floor and reduce the chance of water seeping into the floor.

How to choose a household smart cleaning robot?

  • Big brands are the safest option. With the growing popularity of the smart cleaning robot, more and more brands are appearing in the market. Most people prefer to choose well-known big brands which have accumulated decades or even hundreds of years of experience. When a product fails, big brands have a much more effective and comprehensive after-sales service system than some smaller brands.

  • Strong suction is more thorough. Most smart cleaning robots on the market use the sweep-suck exchange cleaning mode to adapt to more cleaning scenarios. In addition to sweeping, there is also suction. Suction refers to the suction power, which depends on the motor in the smart cleaning robot's hardware. High-quality motors have the advantages of large suction power, low energy consumption, and a lifespan three times longer than ordinary motors. The motors of the smart cleaning robots on the market are mainly of two types: ordinary motors and brushless motors, and the latter is currently the best vacuum cleaner motor on the market, with a lifespan of 7-10 years under normal circumstances.

  • Dual positioning is more worry-free. Smart cleaning robots have gone through many twists and turns from their launch to their acceptance by consumers. The biggest change is that the random cleaning mode of smart cleaning robot has been transformed into planned cleaning mode, making them more intelligent. The primary factor determining whether a smart cleaning robot is intelligent is the positioning system. The positioning systems used by the smart cleaning robot on the market are roughly divided into three categories: RPS laser navigation positioning system, vSLAM image displacement positioning system, and wireless carrier indoor positioning system, each with its own advantages and disadvantages.

  • Better wet mopping is more considerate. Many smart cleaning robots incorporate wet mopping technology, but due to technical reasons, wet mopping technology is generally not ideal. Instead of helping, it can cause various problems, such as uneven water seepage, which ultimately leads to consumer disappointment. With the continuous improvement of technology, many brands of smart cleaning robot have overcome this difficulty, such as our sweeping and mopping robot, which not only overcomes the difficulties of wet mopping but also becomes more intelligent.

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