Wooden floors are very frequently used in home decoration, and many people choose wooden floors because of its beauty and comfort. But wooden floors need careful cleaning and maintenance. After using the wooden floor for a long time, it will become dirty, the gloss will decrease, and it will become unsightly, so how to mop the wooden floor to make it clean and bright? Here are 6 tips for cleaning wooden floors.
We mop every day, and wood floors will look better after mopping. However, many people use clean water to mop the floor, and it is still not so clean and bright, which is really troublesome. So how to mop a wooden floor to make it clean and bright? Let's take a look below.
1. Mop the floor with conditioner
Mopping the wooden floor with clean water and wood floor wipes mop will easily generate friction between the wooden floor and the mop, thus forming an attraction, and the floor will naturally be easily polluted with dust. What we need to do is to prevent friction, and we can squeeze a little conditioner into the water. Since the conditioner contains antistatic effect, it can reduce the friction between the wooden floor and the mop, so the wooden floor after mopping with the conditioner is not easy to be stained with dust.
2. Mop the floor with rice water
If mopping the floor with conditioner is too wasteful, we can also mop the floor with rice water. But it is best to use the rice water that has been left overnight to mop the floor, because the cleaning ability of the rice water at this time is stronger, and the wooden floor after mopping is very shiny, and it can also suppress the flying of dust, making it difficult for the wooden floor. This method is simple and practical.
3. White vinegar water mopping
In summer, bacteria are the most likely to be produced in the home. So if you want to make the wooden floor clean and sterile, we can add some white vinegar to the infuse hardwood floor mop to mop the floor. You only need to add an appropriate amount of white vinegar to the water. White vinegar is a natural sterilizer and disinfectant. It has a strong cleaning ability and can quickly decompose bacteria and stains, while keeping the indoor air fresh.
Accumulate the remaining candle heads from burning. When a certain amount is collected, cut it into pieces and remove the candle wick, weigh the amount, add the same amount of turpentine to the wax, and place it in a pot with cold water. Melt the candles, stir and pour into a jar to cool and set aside. To make cleaning wood floors easier and less labor-intensive, warm the floor wax slightly before use.
2. Self-made lotion
Put 450g each of soft soap, fuller's earth, soda and 2270ml of water in a large pot and mix well, bring to a boil and boil to half their original volume, then cool. Use a stiff brush with this solution to remove stains from the floor, usually along the texture of the floor, then rinse with hot water and allow to dry.
3. Salad oil, milk and tea
When cleaning wood floors, adding a few drops of salad oil to the water can make wood floors very shiny. Or use sour milk with a little vinegar, which can not only decontaminate, but also polish the floor very brightly. In addition, the dirt on the painted floor can be wiped off with strong tea juice.
4. Use concentrated alkaline water to remove grease
Oil stains such as grease on wooden floors can be cleaned with a boiled concentrated lime caustic solution, then covered with a dough made of fuller's earth and hot water on the stains, and kept overnight before cleaning, repeat if necessary conduct.
5. Refined salt to remove egg stains
There are broken egg stains on the wooden floor, you can sprinkle some salt on the stains, sweep the floor after 10-15 minutes, and the stains on the floor can be easily removed.
6. Remove glass fragments with tape and vacuum cleaner
Shards of glass scattered all over the floor are very dangerous. If it is visible to the naked eye, stick it with tape. If the pieces are already powdery, they should be sucked up with cotton dipped in water, or sprinkled with rice grains to stick them up, and then sucked up with a vacuum cleaner. If there is glass scum on the floor, you can also use a bar of damp soap to wipe it off. The glass shards will stick to the soap bar, then scrape it off and press it until it is removed.