Feb 19, 2019 11:19 am
Hi everyone Ive reached a dead end once it comes to cleaning my vinyl flooring. I’ve tried everything from just water, vinegar, Koh and I cannot get my floors clean. I have a dog and he dribbles a lot of his water and leaves these marks. I literally have to get on my hands and knees to scrub my floor as the above and a mop is just not good enough. Just wondering what you all use.
Re: Cleaning vinyl flooring3
Feb 19, 2019 1:01 pm
I have tried just about everything on tiles, wood,vinyle, all supermarket products are rubbish as they leave a residue,vinegar sugar soap not that good either,sugar soap leaves a dry soapy film as does all supermarket products, I use wizard products which are Aussie made, you will find them in places like rapid clean, commercial retail outlets,their products are incomparably better and in the end cost effective , also use a micro fibre mop with a spray bottle attached as every time you spray product on the floor it is clean product, not dirty mop water ,it's also 2-3 times quicker,you won't regret it.
Re: Cleaning vinyl flooring4
Feb 19, 2019 1:11 pm
Floor masters greenacres , rapid clean with all the good commercial products, example is I purchased a 4litre floor cleaner about 42 dollars, have had it for 18 months, used about 1litre so far , clean my floors twice a week,about 225 square metres, so at this rate it will last another 3-4 years.
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