Cleaning Laminate Hardwood Floors

I need to know how to remove Mop and Glo build up from laminate wood floor.

By Kelli from Sacramento, CA

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Cleaning Laminate Hardwood Floors

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I sweep first with a microfiber swivel dry-mop, then spray a reach with an organic citrus cleaner in an old Windex sprayer, and use a damp old-fashioned string mop on the sprayed area. After each 10 foot by 10 foot area I rinse the string mop in hot water and wring it enough so that it does not drip. There are never any streaks, and the same silky semi-gloss as when the floor was brand new.


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Cleaning Laminate Hardwood Floors

I have tried everything and what works absolutely best is a cup of white vinegar in a 2 gallon bucket of hot water. Had to do it twice the first time because so much residue came up from using other cleaners. (04/09/2010)

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