Do you know when you clean the floor (sweeps and rags, using the right products ) but, even so, it still looks dirty? This happens when the surface is grimy - that is, with stains and impregnated dirt. The good news is that, with a few tricks, it is possible to solve this type of problem very simply. To help you, we have separated tips on how to clean grimy floors (be it laminate, tile, stone, or putter) to make the floor of the house shine. Check out!
To clean grimy ceramic floors, use a solution of water, white vinegar, baking soda, and detergent
After washing the floor with this mixture, just wipe it dry, and that's it! This combination of products tends to be super sure and, if the stain is difficult to get out, a good tip is to let the solution work for about 10 or 15 minutes before rubbing. Very simple, right?
Note: To prevent the floor from getting grimy on a daily basis, it is very important to create a cleaning routine - remove dust every week with a broom or vacuum cleaner and wipe with a damp floor cloth with disinfectant (or multipurpose cleaner) to remove all dirt and leave a pleasant smell. Following these tips, you can bet that it will be difficult for the floor to be soiled!
You can also use bleach to discard bathroom tiles
Note: When dealing with bleach (and other heavy cleaning products ), remember to wear protective gloves, okay?
Laminate flooring or grimy parquet floors can be cleaned with a mixture of vinegar, water, and detergent
Splash the solution only in the dingy spot, use a brush or flannel to scrub, then wipe with a dry cloth. It is worth mentioning that, to prevent laminate or parquet floors from becoming stained, it is necessary to clean them every week (or at least every 15 days) with a disinfectant that serves on wooden surfaces. Following this tip, there's no mistake!