I suggest mopping or buffing.
Use a floor neutralizer with a PH of 8. Use a mop, just like you were mopping. Do not mix it with a cleaner, though. After mopping with the neutralizer, clean the floor with a neutral cleaner.
By evaporation, if you don't dry it yourself
after you use the water for mopping the floor you boil it and then you can use it again
Some advantages of using a floor buffer over mopping are that you will get a very good clean floor. It takes a little less effort to do, and you arnt just pushing dirty water around
Mop & Glo is a type of liquid wax for vinyl flooring that you might polish by mopping.
so it gets all the germs up
._. dappenz on how mch the area of the floor is realy i would put about a gallon if i were mopping my kitchen.
When mopping a kitchen floor, you should use a cleaner such as dish soap and a small amount of baking soda. This mixture should be strong enough to clean the dirt away but not so strong as to damage the flooring.
There are many options to use when mopping the floor. First one must either choose to use a mop with a handle or a rag on hands and knees. There are many products one can find in a store such as Walmart and Target that can assist in the liquid portion of mopping the floor. This includes bleach mixed with water, lysol, and other name brand products specific for floor cleaning like Swiffer. Other home remedies are Lipton tea, soap and water, and vinegar and dish washing detergent.
Can you please tell me where I can find a can of this! I have the swifter but can't seem to find and more of the floor cleaner.
PCH = 51 Calories
Use broom to weep all durty then after mopping never walk on the floor during this time
One can get up old floor wax by mopping the floor with one gallon of water and one cup of vinegar. You should apply the solution to the old floor wax and allow it to set for several minutes before rinsing.
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Actually, it is ammonia that signals a dog where to mark, because ammonia is a component of urine. Vinegar will neutralize it.
He tripped over the bucket while mopping the floor. The old well used a rusted bucket to bring up water.
Most likely from moisture. If you are mopping the floor, steam cleaning it, or using any kind of water (even a little) it can swell the joints. It also could be from moisture in a cement slab if its on one.
The word mopped is the past particle, past tense of the verb to mop (mops, mopping, mopped). The past participle of the verb is also an adjective.The noun form is mop and the gerund, mopping.Examples:Verb: Shanna mopped the floors yesterday.Adjective: The freshly mopped floor will be dry in a few minutes.Noun: Mopping is my least favorite chore. A new, improved mop doesn't make it better.
Avoid using steam on laminate floors. I have had nothing but trouble since using it on mine. The heat in the steam swells the floor - just use dry and wet mopping.
If the floor has just become sticky, wipe up the main area of stickiness with mild soap and water. Rinse. Then, mop the entire floor. You might rinse out the mop with each go around in the sink, rather than in a bucket. Then, fill the bucket with water and 1 cup of white vinegar and do a final mopping. Your floor should be clean. If you have not mopped in quite sometime and the grunge is pretty gnarly, go rent a commercial floor cleaner and use that for your kitchen. Otherwise, use a scrub brush for the second cleaning with water that has ammonia in it--use rubber gloves. Finally, do a mopping with vinegar water.
Mopping a wood floor with soap and water is deadly damage to the floor and certainly to the finish. Water should NEVER be used on wood. use a manufacturer approved floor cleaner and never mop or pour it on.
That is the correct spelling of "mopping" (cleaning, or collecting spilled liquids).The spelling moping (to mope) means brooding or sulking.
That depends on what type of floor you have. It's best to follow the manufacturer's directions for your type of floor. For example, you might need a regular white mop or a sponge mop. Your floor might even need a unique type of care. http://housekeeping.about.com/od/surfacefloors/ht/howtomop.htm