What Is The Best Mop And/or Sollution Product For Cleaning Long Dirty Kitchen Floor (dried-in Stains)?

I saw the infomercial for the shark steam mop. Sounded and looked interesting, but online reviews have said it is only so-so, too flimsy of a handle apparently. I have also heard just stick with basic ammonia and water. Tile floor in the kitchen and dining room.

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3 Responses to “What Is The Best Mop And/or Sollution Product For Cleaning Long Dirty Kitchen Floor (dried-in Stains)?”

  • I always use Mr Clean with the Febreeze in it. Cleans superbly and smells good too.

  • Shortstu:

    Sudsy Ammonia & water works really well on grimy floors, but the fumes are wicked. I personally would suggest Mr. Clean or Top Job on your floors. They contain ammonia, are pleasant to smell, & cut through tough stains, grease, & dirt. I just bought the Swiffer Wet Jet cleaner & I’m really happy with it. I can get into places easier than I can with a regular string mop. It comes with a sample bottle of nicely scented cleaner that does the trick on floors. There are other nicely scented bottled cleaners you can buy to use with the Swiffer.

  • road_run:

    try awesome you can get it at dollar tree

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