Have you tried using a good microfiber mop for the floors? First dry dust then damp mop, changing the pads often
went out and bought one. just a libman from "home cheapo"
and followed your advice on the dry/damp mopping. boy did it make a difference.
thanks so much. vacuumed them a bazillion times first of course. but they looked great after the microfiber.
unfortunately, they won't stay clean because the painters are still there dry sanding walls and woodwork. but it's the contractor's house and he wanted to move in this weekend. it's insane trying to work around the painters, plumbers, inspectors. clean it and they track it, gunk it up, etc. very frustrating and not cost-efficient for the contractor.
don't like working that way but he's a friend of my son-in-law and pays well. i dread going back because now they will have some of their furniture in the way and they will be in the way. just going to do the best i can and clean around the "stuff".
and did i mention they have 2 dogs?
will definitely hit a jani-supply store and get a good microfiber mop system for the next job.
thanks for the time-saving tip!