Cleaning Laminate Floors

Use equal parts water, white vinegar, and rubbing alcohol together in a squirt bottle to clean laminated floors. Use a soft towel or microfiber cloth. The rubbing alcohol will make floor dry quick and not leave a film or spotting. I would not recommend steam mops, they will eventually loosen and lift the flooring, or any excessive amounts of water.


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June 3, 20140 found this helpful

I'll check this one out; I'll a little leary of the alcohol on my wood laminate floors. I've been using water and vinegar only.

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February 8, 20160 found this helpful

I just saw a video that states that vinegar is an acid and is harmful to laminate flooring.

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June 29, 20190 found this helpful

We just had laminate put down in foyer kitchen dinning room floor in our condo.
I bought at a hardware store Bruce kit for laminate flooring. I have an awesome electric carpet sweeper. First I vacuum then damp mop when floor is dry liquid Bruce cleaner. Beautiful

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