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Thread: Tips for cleaning sheet vinyl floors?

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    I have a machine that heats the water in its holding tank. I also put some floor cleaner in the tank. Diane C

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    We had ceramic tile installed in our kitchen and I would just mop it with whatever. The last few years used Pine-sol. Well One day I realized the grout was pretty gross. Found out that sponge mops and an oil based cleaner are the worst things for tile and grout. The cleaner leaves an oily residue that the sponge mop pushes into the grout lines. So i've been scrubbing the grout with whatever I can get my hands on. My knees can't take much of that so I still haven't gotten it all up. Mr.Clean Magic Eraser, The purple Awesome which is for ceramic floors, Soft Scrub and a special grout cleaner. It still takes a lot of elbow grease- runs out real quick. LOL
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    I have an inexpensive Shark Steam floor cleaner (check your local Wally's) It is absolutely the easiest floor cleaner and sanitizer I have ever seen. Simple to use and it does not push the dirt back into the floor.

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    Go to Home Depot and ask for Rejuvatate. Read the label to see if it is ok for your floor but I used it on really old Pergo and it worked great. One thing the Pergo people told me is that plain warm water is probably what should have been used all those years (we bought a 15 yr old house) as many of the cleaners are just too harsh for the finish

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    I have the allure flooring in my sewing room. I use the cleaning product recommended for this floor by allure.. I buy it at Home Depot...

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