Cleaning the floor is one of my least favorite cleaning chores. Although whenever I finish the task, I always feel good. If you have small children who spend a great deal of time close to the floor, you will want to keep your floors as clean as possible. Be sure to vacuum your carpet at least twice each week and clean your carpet at least yearly. Scrubbing or mopping your linoleum depends on the level of traffic, but most agree that cleaning linoleum floor materials is quite easy if you keep up to it.
Cleaning Linoleum Floor Tile – How Often and What to Use
If you have linoleum flooring you should sweep your floor often to keep the dirt from becoming embedded in the linoleum. In a house with children, I recommend sweeping daily, and find that after dinner works best. When cleaning linoleum floor tiles on a regular basis you will help insure your flooring will have a long life. After all flooring is an investment and with proper cleaning, linoleum floor material will retain its beauty. Using a mixture of hot water and simple ammonia is an inexpensive bacteria combatant and will not harm or cause build up when cleaning linoleum floor materials. After cleaning linoleum floor tiles there is no need to apply wax as our modern linoleum stays shiny and remains durable without a thick wax coating.
Regularly cleaning linoleum floor products adds life and value to your home. Also, regularly cleaning linoleum floor materials allows you to feel comfortable that your home is safe and free of bacteria which might otherwise infect small children.