Clean Your Floors Like A Pro!

Floors so clean you could eat off of them!

Floors so clean you could eat off of them!

Whether you have hardwood, laminate, carpet, concrete, or tile floors, you’ll want to know how to do the best job you can maintaining them. Here, we have a list for any floor type so you can easily read about how to clean and maintain your floors. If we missed your floor type, let us know!

Carpets: Vacuum, vacuum, vacuum! Especially in heavy traffic areas.  Dirt and grit acts like fine sand paper fraying the ends of your carpet pile.  Regular vacuuming with a high quality vacuum will lengthen the life of your carpet and keep the pile looking tall and fluffy much longer.  If you need a suggestion on a great vacuum to purchase, check out our Big Vac, a customer favorite!

Now, I’m sure you already do a lot of vacuuming, but what about spills? Spray spills and stains immediately with Red Juice and blot up with a cotton cloth.  Red Juice works miracles, I tell you! My husband spilled a cup of red tea on our living room carpet, and just blotted it up with a towel….needless to say, the stain was still there the next day. So I grabbed my bottle of Red Juice and sprayed and blotted. Voila! Completely stain free, even a day after the stain had dried.

Hardwood: If you happen to have the older high-maintenance, get on your hands and knees and wax hardwood floors, we wish you well… They require a lot of upkeep! Nowadays, most wood floors have a hard, plastic-like finish such as polyurethane, which requires much less

maintenance since it is a no-wax finish. Do be sure to keep it swept/vacuumed, but do not wash the floors with any soap-based detergent. Clean with a dilute ammonia solution or a neutral cleanser formulated for these floors.

Laminate: Laminate flooring is one of the easiest floors to keep up with. All you need is a solution of warm water, vinegar, and a mild detergent like dish soap or a neutral cleanser like Sh-Clean. Easy peasy!

Tile: The key to keeping tile looking great is to clean up dirt/grease/spills quickly. Sweep or vacuum frequently. It will keep the grout looking clean and new as well. If you do end up needing to use a tile cleaner, try Tile Juice. It is great for showers and tubs, too!

Cement: Cement floors are pretty simple to keep up with. Start by running over with a dust mop or a wet/dry mop. Follow up with a solution of warm water and a mild dish detergent or neutral cleanser like Sh-Clean. Be sure to not get these floors overly wet.

Check out these beautiful floors!

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Clean with Sh-Mop & Sh-Clean

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Clean With Sh-Mop & Light Spritz of Blue Juice

Clean With Sh-Clean & A Sh-Mop

Clean With Sh-Clean & A Sh-Mop

 

Clean With Sh-Mop & Sh-Clean

Clean With Sh-Mop & Sh-Clean

 

Copper pennies, a floor idea!

Copper pennies, a floor idea!

 

1 Comment
  1. I hate cleaning my floors because it is so time-consuming and I can never get it as clean as I want. I have never tried using a tile cleaner. It might be better for me to have a professional come clean my tiles for me.

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