Carpet Cleaning and Floor Maintenance Tips

TILE & GROUT CLEANING TIPS => Tips on How to Clean Grout and Tiles => Topic started by: 3imosp on December 06, 2015, 11:58:06 AM

Title: 7 Tips for Cleaning Floors and Tile
Post by: 3imosp on December 06, 2015, 11:58:06 AM
7 Tips for Cleaning Floors and Tile

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Lighter Fluid

You don’t have to scrub to remove those black heel marks on the kitchen floor. Just pour a little lighter fluid on a paper towel and the marks will wipe right off.

Pencil Erasers

Those new shoes of your husband’s have left black streak marks all over the kitchen floor. An eraser will take them off in no time. Give him the eraser and have him do it.

Steel Wool

Those black marks that rubber soles leave behind just don’t come off with a mop, no matter how long you try. To rid a vinyl floor of unsightly smudges, gently rub the surface with a moistened steel wool soap pad. When the heel mark is gone, wipe the floor clean with a damp sponge.

Tea

Freshly brewed tea is great for cleaning wood furniture and floors. Just boil a couple of tea bags in a quart (liter) of water and let it cool. Dip a soft cloth in the tea, wring out the excess, and use it to wipe away dirt and grime. Buff dry with a clean, soft cloth.

WD-40

A new coat of polyurethane can sometimes make a wood floor look a little too shiny. To tone down the shine and cut the glare, spray some WD-40 onto a soft cloth and wipe up the floor with it.




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