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Cleaning tips for every floor

Whether you hire a professional floor cleaner or do the job yourself, the fact is, our floors need to be cleaned. They get dirty, attract scuffs and accumulate spills. But what kind of cleaner should you use for different types of floors?

Before Cleaning

Asphalt tile

Try to mop every week using 1 cup of fabric softener in half a pail of water. Don’t flood the floor, since excess water can loosen adhesives and grout. Remove marks with fine-grade steel wool and liquid floor wax. Rub clean, then wipe with a damp cloth.

Brick flooring

Since brick is porous, keep the surface sealed and waxed with a commercial sealer. Mop after vacuuming. Use 1 cup of vinegar mixed in water to make it shine. Use a solvent-based wax, and use a wax stripper and brush to remove buildup as needed. Don't use acids, strong soaps or abrasives.

After Cleaning

Ceramic tile

Glazed ceramic is virtually stain proof; however, if it is unglazed, that means it's porous and will need to be sealed. Don’t use harsh abrasives, acids or strong soaps on unglazed ceramic. Mop with all-purpose cleaner, and dry with a soft cloth. Strip unglazed ceramic once a year and rinse thoroughly afterward.

Reasons for cleaning floors

  • To prevent injuries due to tripping or slipping. Injuries due to slips and trips on level floors are a major cause of accidental injury or death. Bad practice in floor cleaning is itself a major cause of accidents.
  • To beautify the floor.
  • To remove stains, dirt, litter and obstructions.
  • To remove grit and sand which scratch and wear down the surface.
  • To remove allergens, in particular dust.
  • To prevent wear to the surface.
  • To make the environment sanitary.
  • To maintain an optimum traction