I have a beautiful kitchen linoleum. It has small indentations in it that collect dirt. I believe a scrub brush would work, but I don't have the knees for that. What would be a good floor machine or what worked for you?
By catbuttons from KS
What you will need:
Mop (sponge or cloth, preferably self-wringing)
Rubber gloves (optional)
Vacuum the floor thoroughly , paying special attention to under cabinets, appliances and corners where dust accumulates.
Put 1/2 cup of pineoil in the bucket and fill with a gallon of water.
Dip mop in water and wring thoroughly to avoid putting excess water on the floor
Mop one section of floor at a time, rinsing mop in water and wringing thoroughly before each section, let dry, good luck.
I bought a long handled deck brush at the hardware store and I scrub my floor with that,then mop as normal. That way I don't have to get down on my knees.
I bought a H2O steam mop and I haven't used a mop since. Its one od the best investments ever. I couldn't imagine life without it.
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