These days, laminate flooring has certainly become a favoured solution for many folks, and not only inside of their homes, but in business also.
And just as a laminate floor provides some certain character to anywhere it gets laid, this kind of flooring is much more practical than its counterparts such as hardwood or carpeting.
As you may already know, the entire process of cleaning laminate floors is that much easier and simpler than anyone without it would ever guess!
- The very major shock when it comes to a laminate floor is that it usually requires only a simple mopping to make it look good.
However, instead of the usual mop and bucket of water, try using a dry mop instead. Dry mops have a small pad that efficiently picks up dust and dirt from a floor’s surface.
- After the pad is full, simply dispose of it and replace it.
Only if you’re dealing with any kind of spills or stains, that’s all you needed to clean the flooring!
If There Is Any Soiling
However, if you’re looking at having to take on any heavy soiling, you must be a little bit more thorough to clean it up. This will mean the use of a sponge mop with a special cleaning agent.
- You should look for the perfect cleaner via the manufacturer of your flooring or from flooring stores in Brisbane.
They can provide you with all the guidelines on what and what not to make use of without damaging your lovely floor.
- If for whatever the reason you can’t get hold of the manufacturer’s guidelines, just clean it with a soft agent without any harsh chemicals.
- An easy mix is made from white vinegar and water and even a mild window cleaner will help to do the job.
- However, you may want to try using these mild cleaning agents upon a smaller part of the laminate surface to ensure that there’s no damaging side effects. This will help you to know if the cleaner will fade or otherwise do harm to your flooring.
The Not That Often More Thorough Side of Cleaning
There will be times when you will have to scrub the laminate flooring’s surface by using a sponge or soft brush.
- Do not use abrasive items like scouring pads or stiff brushes as they will surely damage its surface.
- Use a soft brush or sponge to massage a cleaning agent into the flooring and remove any unsightly grease or grime.
- If you don’t have a sponge or soft brushes, try making use of an old dishcloth or washcloth.
Remember to Rinse off any Surplus Liquid
When you clean your laminate floor(s), check that you have removed all surplus liquid that was on the surface of the flooring.
If not and repeated, this will lead to the floor being damaged, so simply get a dry mop or towel and remove the liquid and your floor will then dry quickly and look wonderful again!