Vinyl flooring has many advantages from affordable installation to it’s low maintenance needs. Vinyl floor has come a long way and is offered in many faux textures and colors to add style to any room nut commonly used in bathrooms and kitchens. Known for its durability, vinyl flooring can be easily cleaned with a brief mopping to remove any spots or sticky residues as well as a quick sweeping to remove the dirt and debris. We at Baker Sandoval Cleaning would like to share some tips and advice on how to deep clean your vinyl flooring with the occasional stains prove to be challenging to the scuffs need removing.
Vinyl Floor Cleaner & Other Supplies Needed
To give the vinyl flooring a deep cleaning, you can remove the scuff marks and stains with a few simple and readily available tools and products and a little elbow grease, you can remove the scuff marks and stains with a few simple and readily available tools and products. Below are a few supplies you will need before you get started.
– Baking soda
– Broom or vacuum
– Microfiber cloths
– Microfiber mop
– Putty knife
– Commercial cleaner or vinegar
– Dish soap
How to Sweep or Vacuum & Mop Vinyl Floors
Making sure you get the sides and corners by thoroughly sweeping or vacuuming your vinyl floors. To avoid the beater bar from rotating and causing scratches if you opt to use the vacuum ensure it is on the bare floor setting. Grab a microfiber cloth and dampen with water to buff out scuffs that are blemishing the vinyl after you finish vacuuming. Take the putty knife to clear away any bulky residues, like gum, dried gum, or even paint after the scuds are removed. So that you do not gouge the vinyl surface, be sure to do so gently and cautiously. With a little muscle and putty knife, any compacted substance that is clumped above the floor should come off fairly easy. Use a baking soda paste to eliminate the tough stains like as juice, tomato sauce, ketchup, lipstick, ink, and so on. Consider how much you need and go from there add a little of water at a time to baking soda to create a thick paste. You will see it fade until it is gone as you a soft rag to work the paste into spot. Mop the entire floor for a deep disinfecting and removal of lingering residues once the thick clumpy debris cleared and the stains are worked out. Follow the directions on the label if you use a commercial cleaner specific for vinyl flooring. Combine 1 cup of white vinegar with one gallon of hot water and 2 or 3 drops of mild liquid dish soap should you prefer homemade solutions. Mop the floor with the solution and use your microfiber mop.
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Before scrubbing and once you have finished mopping, follow up immediately with a clean dry towel to dry the lingering moisture, avoid over saturation by wringing out the mop well. Drying it is very important since over saturation can damage your flooring, so make sure to wring out the mop prior to scrubbing. Contact Baker Sandoval Cleaning in the event you need help cleaning your vinyl flooring or any other aspects of your premises.