Batman Will Save You from the Wet Floor

Batman Will Save You from the Wet Floor

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Wood Flooring Cleaning – Spot Mopping – Residential

Wood Flooring Cleaning – Spot Mopping – Residential

With resurgence in popularity of wood floors, how to perform Wood floor cleaning is a common question that many readers ask. There are many different ways to clean wood floors including methods, tools, supplies, etc. However, this article’s goal is to address Spot Mopping as a way of performing wood floor cleaning. Nowadays for the residential homeowner time is a precious commodity. Homeowners are always trying to find ways to fit...

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Cleaning Linoleum Floors – Regular Cleaning – Residential

Cleaning Linoleum Floors – Regular Cleaning – Residential

This is a common question from residential homeowners. The question comes because many homeowners that have linoleum floors in their homes have seen their floor turn yellow or lose its smooth surface and appears rough. The reason for this is because linoleum floors are basically a wood floor. We are talking about true linoleum floors and cleaning linoleum floors have to be cleaned using the same precautions when cleaning a wood floor. The...

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How to Clean Floor Tile Grout – Hydrogen Peroxide – Keep It Looking Great

How to Clean Floor Tile Grout – Hydrogen Peroxide – Keep It Looking Great

With so many residential and commercial buildings using non-resilient flooring like ceramic, marble, stone, etc. that require using grout as part of the flooring, the issue  of cleaning and the question of “How to Clean Floor Tile Grout” is becoming a common question by homeowners and building property managers. Grout is very porous and even if the grout is sealed, eventually the seal wears away leaving the grout as porous as it was...

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Hardwood Floors Cleaning – Removing Gum – Residential & Commercial

Hardwood Floors Cleaning – Removing Gum – Residential & Commercial

When it comes to floor cleaning at some point in time gum will need to be removed from the floor. This is true whether it is in a home or in a commercial facility. However it is equally important of how gum is removed on hardwood floors during the hardwood floor cleaning process. The reason why how gum is removed during hardwood floor cleaning is important is the type of protective coatings used on hardwood floors. Most hard wood floors are...

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Hard Floor Cleaning – Damp Mopping Versus Spot Mopping – Commercial

Hard Floor Cleaning – Damp Mopping Versus Spot Mopping – Commercial

The topic of hard floor cleaning for commercial facilities has been a question for many years. Commercial facilities are constantly trying to find ways to cut or control expenses. However, hard floor cleaning on a daily basis is not an option. It is necessity for keeping hard floors looking great. If appearance is paramount to a commercial facility than daily cleaning of hard floors is critical to maintaining them at a level that meets the...

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Best Way to Clean Wood Floors – Steam Mop Cleaning – Residential

Best Way to Clean Wood Floors – Steam Mop Cleaning – Residential

The purpose of this article is to provide our visitors with the best way to clean wood floors. With so many options to clean wood floors, it can be a difficult decision for the residential homeowner to decide what the best way to clean wood floors is. If you are a new visitor to our website – Keeping Floors Clean, you might want to look at other topics on how to clean floors. Our site is dedicated of finding the best way to clean...

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Clean Wood Floor – Vacuuming Wood Floors – Easy & Fast – Residential

Clean Wood Floor – Vacuuming Wood Floors – Easy & Fast – Residential

As discussed in prior articles on cleaning wood floors, it is critical that loose soils are removed from the wood floor. It is critical because loose soils like sand, grit, dust, dried soil are abrasive and cause scratches and small gouges into the wood floor’s protective seal coat and these loose soils can also penetrate deeper into the wood flooring scratching the wood itself. These scratches not only detract from the beauty of the wood...

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How to Clean Wood Floor – Unsealed Wood Floors – Residential

How to Clean Wood Floor – Unsealed Wood Floors – Residential

What does a homeowner do for a newly installed raw unsealed wood floor? How to clean a wood floor that is unsealed is a critical issue and the purpose of this article is to discuss several options that the homeowner has when it comes to protecting a wood floor and preparing for the question of how to clean wood floors. The most important thing to remember when it comes to unsealed wood floors is to protect them with a seal or wax before...

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How to Clean Ceramic Tile Floors – Greener Way to Clean – Residential

How to Clean Ceramic Tile Floors – Greener Way to Clean – Residential

The majority of homes throughout the world have some form of ceramic floors. Ceramic has been long used on bathroom floors but more and more are also using ceramic floors in kitchens and also in family rooms as well as over the top of concrete floors in basements. W\So it is no wonder that one of the most popular questions for cleaning floors is “How to Clean Ceramic Tile Floors”. There are several ways to get great cleaning results but...

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Cleaning Hard Wood Floors – Best Way to Remove Scuff & Black Marks

Cleaning Hard Wood Floors – Best Way to Remove Scuff & Black Marks

There is such a simple and easy procedure and common easily accessible products to remove scuffs and black heel marks when cleaning hard wood floors. This article’s goal is to provide our readers with information that will allow them to easily remove these marks from their floors while cleaning hard wood floors for a low inexpensive cost. Cleaning hard wood floors is relatively easy when using the correct tools and products but there are...

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