I just had a new laminate floor installed and I love it. So far (because it's new and hasn't had time to get really dirty) I've just damp mopped it. My question is: When I do clean it is there anything I "should not" use? I want to be careful not to dull it. Thank you.
By chef4u from Sylvania, OH
I would just continue to damp mop them and use a microfiber cloth for a thorough cleaning job. You can use plain warm water or you can use vinegar in the water if you'd like. (05/31/2009)
Once it get's dull, you can use "Mop and Glo". (05/31/2009)
I just read to never use ammonia on a laminate. (06/03/2009)
I read a lot on this web-site about people trying to get Orange Glo off their floors, so that's probably one to avoid. (06/03/2009)
I just tried a solution of 4 oz. white vinegar to 32 oz. distilled water and I could not believe my eyes. Every smudge and mark disappeared and the floor is shiny new. I love Thrifty Fun. (06/03/2009)
I have had wood laminate in my bedrooms for 2 years and have used only Bruce Hardwood and Laminate floor cleaner. In the rest of the house I have stone laminate and use only vinegar and water or just plain water. The floors have not dulled at all, still look like the day we put them in! (07/06/2009)
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