The Correct Way To Clean Your Floors

When spring’s soon rolling by carrying along with it long days and lots of flowers, another energy draining activity waits to turn you into a lean, mean, cleaning machine. Even if it’s not spring and just a typical Sunday in summer when you suddenly felt an urge to clean your house spotless, a rare occasion I know, cleaning your house can be a daunting experience from mentally preparing yourself to not get carried away with a long lost ceramic plate that was passed on to you by your great aunt and easily procrastinate to physically getting all your limbs to not act lethargic. To help you get started on your Floors and clean them the right way, read on.

Wood Floors.

Whether you’ve got a vinyl flooring installer to give your floor a new wooden finishing or haven’t changed the cork flooring for years now, working your way through a wooden floor and cleaning them isn’t as chaotic as the other types. However, the fact they’re conveniently durable doesn’t mean you can brush them like you brush your teeth. In fact, you need to be less aggressive as natural wood Floors should be treated gently and products specifically designed for these surfaces must be used. It’s advisable to avoid using acidic solutions and you need to get your family members dragging furniture if you want to reduce the damage. Another handy tip to get reignite the sparkle in them would be by soaking a clean cloth in freshly brewed tea and using them to wipe your Floors.

Laminate Floors.

If you’re like me and have a tendency to magically spill things everywhere you go, and you’ve got laminate flooring Castle Hill installed at your house, then you’re going to spend most of you time squatting in the floor, wiping them dry. One important thing to keep in mind is to wipe off spillages as soon as possible to prevent the moisture from leaking underneath and damaging the laminate. The key is to not keep them too wet for long, so the perfect way to clean them would be by using microfiber clothe soaked and squeezed in soapy water. And let me not forget that tennis balls are life saver when it comes to cleaning floor scruffs. The tight fibres of the ball will help remove stains and dirt marks from the sole of shoes.

Tiles and Marbles.

If you’ve got white tiles, then they probably resemble the colour of milk tea most of the time getting dirty all the more often and asking more attention than a fat Persian cat. If you’ve got a tendency to clean ceramic tiles with a sponge mop, then let me tell you it’s a bad idea. And that’s because using a sponge mop will push the dirt in to the grout, filling it up and making the surface look messy despite the fact that they’re mopped spotless. Also if the grout did get dirty, use a tooth brush and some bleach diluted with water to scrub them. Use a dried cloth afterwards to scrub them and you’ll have them sparkling in no time.