One of the most popular kitchen flooring materials is vinyl, and for good reason. Vinyl flooring is extremely water resistant against those inevitable spills or leaks. It’s durable too, able to resist dents, scuffs and stains. It’s also a way to get a timeless wood or stone look for less. Despite its durability and resistance, however, vinyl can still get dirty. Here are some tips for cleaning your vinyl floors.
Sweep or vacuum to make sure everything is picked up from the floor. Just like any other floor types, it is recommended to sweep it every day to ensure the cleanliness of your floors.
Mop with warm water and vinegar or a cleaner designed for vinyl flooring. Always read the instructions or warnings on the packaging of the cleaning solution you are going to use.
For those pesky spots, use a soft towel to scrub with a water and dish soap combination. Scrub in a circular manner to evenly take the spots off.
Make sure to towel off any moisture and allow the floors to dry completely before walking on them. Safety will always be the best policy in cleaning.