Cleaning laminate floors can be a tricky thing to clean. If you don't clean them correctly, they will look dull and dirty. The good news is that there are some easy steps for cleaning your laminate flooring! In this blog post, we'll show you how to clean your laminate flooring step by step so that it's shiny and beautiful again in just a few minutes!
Use a Vacuum Cleaner to Clean up Dust
The first step is always the most important. Make sure your floor has no dust on it by using a vacuum cleaner! Otherwise, all of that dirt will just get stuck in between the cracks and look even worse than before you started cleaning.
Sweep with a Broom or Use an Old Toothbrush for Hard-to-Reach Places
Once you've used your vacuum cleaner, make sure to sweep any remaining dust out from around the edges of furniture and corners with either a broom or an old toothbrush. These areas are often overlooked when sweeping but they're still full of hidden dust so make sure to clean them too! This will also help loosen up any dried spills or stains so that they're easier to clean off later.
Soak y\Your Floor with Warm Water and Dish Soap
The third step is soaking the floor in a bucket of hot water and dish detergent. Make sure you mix it up so that all of the corners are soaked evenly! This will help remove any dirt or stains on the surface as well as removing some stubborn, sticky spots like spilled drinks by loosening them from the top layer. For this step, make sure to wear gloves to protect yourself while handling anything wet! We recommend using lemon juice for extra stain removal since most detergents can't do much against grease but be careful not to use too much because it might start reacting with other surfaces nearby (such as furniture).
Dry off the Floor Using a Clean Towel and Apply a Wax
The fourth step is to wipe up any excess water from the surface with an old rag or clean, dry towel. You can also use your vacuum cleaner if you need it in this moment. Afterwards, get out some paste carnauba wax and rub it into your two hands before rubbing onto the floor as evenly as possible for extra protection! This will make sure that dirt doesn't stick on so easily afterwards but don't worry about doing too much because there's no point since we're going to be cleaning again soon enough...
Wipe Away Remaining Loose Dirt with Another Clean Sheet of Paper
For our fifth step, clean off any remaining dirt from the floor with a clean sheet of paper. You can also use your vacuum cleaner again to make sure everything is completely clean! After this, you should have clean and beautiful laminate floors that will last for years without needing much work at all!
Dry up Excess Moisture on Hardwood Floors by Using a Dry Towel
Everyone makes mistakes but don't worry- there's still hope! For our sixth step, we're going to show you how to clean hardwood floors easily since they're similar in some ways when it comes to cleaning them. This time around, take out an old rag or clean towel and wipe away any residual water from the surface so that it doesn't permanently stain.
Clean off Any Stains by Using an Old Toothbrush or a Clean Rag
Last but not least, the seventh and final step is to clean away any stubborn stains with either an old toothbrush or clean cloth. Once you're done, your floors should be completely clean! This process might take some time depending on how dirty they are but it's important that you clean all of them out before moving onto another task so don't give up too early! The last thing we want is for our laminate flooring to end up just as filthy as when we started this whole ordeal.
Cleaning laminate is not as difficult as one might think. With just a few steps, you can clean your laminate flooring and have it shining again in minutes!