It’s important to note that you don’t want to clean your luxury vinyl flooring with bleach, ammonia, or any high-pH detergents. These cleaners are corrosive and can damage your floors. Instead, you need to look for pH-neutral cleaners. You can also make a simple solution in a gallon of water: add either one ounce of mild dishwashing soap or one cup of apple cider vinegar.
Since standing water can damage or stain vinyl flooring, it’s important to use a microfiber mop as opposed to a string mop and wring your mop of any excess water before using it. If you’re using dishwashing soap in your cleaning solution, don’t forget to go over your floors with clean water when you’re done to give them a good rinse. Dry your floors thoroughly with a clean rag or towel.
If you have a stain on your vinyl flooring, you can try to rub it out using isopropyl alcohol, a water and baking soda paste, or 3 percent hydrogen peroxide.
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