I vacuum mine pretty much daily (Dyson cordless) and mop when needed using an e-cloth mop (you can chuck the mop cloth in the washing machine, which I like). I use Flash for full on wet mopping and Method wood floor cleaner for quicker wipe down.
As far as I know it’s a normal dyson. It’s my first Dyson. Had a heavy old Bosch until about a year ago. Like most vacuums it comes with different fittings. The hard floor head does a reasonably decent job of getting crumbs up (my children are horribly messy eaters). It looks best after a mop though, even a quick “cheat” mop with the Method squirty Stuff.
I really have to wet mop - it gets so filthy with the children & pets. It’s fine to mop though. As I said I use an ecloth mop. You can wring it out so that it isn’t soaking wet.
I have washable door mats at front & back doors to try & reduce the muddy footprint situation. Had Turtle mats until recently and replaced with Hug A Rug which seem to take longer to dry after washing)
We do treat it with a floor wax every couple of years which makes a difference.
That's excellent news, I'm going for an engineered wooden floor in the next couple of months! Is yours oiled or lacquered? I'm leaning towards oiled as I prefer the non-shiny look and I like that you can re-sand any scratches.
It is oiled. Lovely matt finish! But you do need to treat it every now and again. We are supposed to do it annually I think, but as it’s the kitchen and we use it all the time and the oil takes 12 hours to dry, it usually gets treated more like once every 2 years. We last did it in July and decided to use a slightly lighter oil than the previous time - it looks great! Obviously your going to choose one you love when it goes down but it’s good to know you can tweak the colour slightly by re-oiling it if you feel like it. We repainted the walls this summer and felt the floor colour needed a freshen up too. (We also have underfloor heating and it feels fabulous underfoot on winter mornings).