Ignore Wet Vacs: Some models of robotic vacuums can have mop settings that are wonderful for tile, linoleum, and similar floors. Unfortunately, they are not great for hardwood floors, even with the protective sealant on top. Water is usually left behind and can leave your hardwood flooring with slight water damage.
Soft Brushed Only: Hardwood floors are strong enough to handle daily traffic, but they can be sensitive to certain types of cleaning supplies. To avoid any scratches from the robot vacuum, choose a soft brush.