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post #21 of Old 08-03-2011, 05:06 AM
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5 tips are

1. Twice a week brush and sweep the floor.
2. Add wood flooring cleaner to the mix.
3. Consider leaving shoes at the door.
4. Quickly clean spills, stains and foot tracks.
5. Use a damp mop using warm water.
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post #22 of Old 08-04-2011, 06:08 AM
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Wash any soap dishes, toothbrush holders, and containers that usually sit on the sink area out, or wipe them down. If you regularly use a vacuum on your floors, make sure you use the soft-bristled attachment rather than the hard sweeper attachment.
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post #23 of Old 08-09-2011, 01:29 AM
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Slate is a fine grained, consistent metamorphic rock composed of clay. It will be a expert of happiness for your family and guests for years to come. There are many types of stone floors accessible arrange from slate to marble or limestone and all of them make good choices for carpet.
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post #24 of Old 08-11-2011, 01:18 PM
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Thank you for the useful tips! My floors are easy to clean, because I have two carpets in my apartment and I hire professional cleaners to do my carpet cleaning for me. However, I cannot live without my mop, because it makes my everyday floor cleaning so easy.
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I'm so glad I have floors only in my kitchen and bathroom. I don't use a mop. I clean them by hand... a bit OCD... I know...lol

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I'm so glad I have floors only in my kitchen and bathroom. I don't use a mop. I clean them by hand... a bit OCD... I know...lol
Wow, I bet that takes forever. Do you have something against mops?
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Thanks for sharing

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post #28 of Old 10-11-2011, 08:49 AM
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According to me, 5 floor cleaning tips are define as below
1.Hardwood floors are protected by a sealer
2.Do not wax a urethane finish
3.Never use a water-based cleaner
4.Twice a week brush and sweep the floor.
5.Weekly Debris Removal
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post #29 of Old 10-14-2011, 05:35 PM
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I always take of my shoes outside of my house. I think this helps keep the floor a lot cleaner than when people wear shoes inside the house. This is especially true in the winter time.
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post #30 of Old 10-15-2011, 09:22 PM
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I always take of my shoes outside of my house. I think this helps keep the floor a lot cleaner than when people wear shoes inside the house. This is especially true in the winter time.
Or anytime it rains. Well if your yard is muddy especially.
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post #31 of Old 10-18-2011, 05:12 AM
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Floor should be clean otherwise it would lead to creat diseases. 5 floor cleaning tips are Use a Squeegee, Iron off Wax, Do Away with Hairspray and many more.

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post #32 of Old 10-20-2011, 05:38 PM
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I highly doubt a floor that is clean, but wasn't necessarily cleaned the "right" way could cause a severe disease. Just saying. Most people don't make a habit of eating off of the ground.
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post #33 of Old 10-25-2011, 11:07 AM
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These are my tips for carpet cleaning

Beer Stains
Not very common in a workspace, but whoever hasnít spilled beer on a carpet can throw the first can! Mop up the stain with a paper towel and sponge with warm water or soda water.
Wine Stains
You probably have heard this one before, to remove red wine stains simply pour white wine over fresh red wine stains or squirt with soda water. For white wine simply squirt with soda water.
Chewing Gum Stains
No doubt the most feared of all carpet stains, do it wrong and you damaged your carpet for good. So get a blunt knife and scrape up as much as you can, if the gum is still sticky place ice in a plastic bag around the gum to harden it and keep scrapping as much as possible. Apply carpet shampoo to the area and clean, wait until itís dried them vacuum it off.
Coffee Stains
Very common both in an office or at home, blot with kitchen towel or similar, sponge with soda water, blot dry and repeat until the stain has gone.
Ink Stains
Another great enemy of carpets. Removing ink stains will depend on the type of ink. For ballpoint ink stains dry it up as quickly as possible. Dab with menthylated spirits or use a stain remover.
Fountain pen ink stains need to be diluted with soda water then mop up as much as possible. Make a hot solution of soapflakes and apply on the stain and leave it for 15 minutes then blot. Repeat the process until the stain disappears.
Fat, Oil, Grease or Candle Stains
Lay blotting paper or brown paper over the stain, place a cloth over the paper and apply a medium iron to draw the grease into the paper. You may need to follow this up with a good quality carpet shampoo. If the grease has penetrated into the pile, the stain may reappear weeks later as it seeps upwards, requiring further treatment.
Tar Stains
Another nasty carpet stain that if incorrectly removed can damage the carpet for good. First, scrape the excess tar off, make a solution of equal parts of glycerine and water, apply and leave it for an hour then rinse it with water. Again repeat the process till the stain in completely gone.

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When it is a question of stain removal you should always consult the web or at least know what substance caused it. it will leave a permanent mark if you start applying cleaning product that is not really appropriate.
Check some of these tips:
http://www.cleanerconfessions.com/ex...n-removal-tips
http://www.cleanerconfessions.com/ex...emoval-tips-ii
Very useful links, Marie. This site seems to contain a lot of cleaning tips.

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One of the many mistakes people tend to make is using harsh cleaning agents on the floor. This will damage the quality of the floor.
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post #36 of Old 11-04-2011, 07:21 AM
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That was really good advice and most beneficial is that I have at the right time, as I'm ready to start my own business in a year. I will take into account and use it to improve my business.Please keep up sharing.keep
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Floor cleaning is required task for home owners otherwise it would lead to create diseases. there are some floor cleaning tips like Use a Squeegee, Iron off Wax, Do Away with Hairspray and many more.
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The floor of your home is something you can't run away from when trying to achieve a clean and neat environment. It will make or break the look of your home. Even slightly revamping your home makes all the differenceĖ brings new life and refreshes the atmosphere. One way you can achieve a great revived environment is by introducing a fresh carpet to your home by simply having it cleaned. SVMbyC2CRestoration offers state of the art cleaning with exceptional and unparalleled results. No carpet? We offer hard surface floor cleaning that brings an invigorating, refreshed life to any room in your home. Replacing carpets or floors are not only costly, but they also cosume a large amount of your time. We, along with our costumers, have found that our methods and process provide long-term and successful results, so you wonít have to go searching for a last-minute fix when guests are in town! Contact us with any questions or concerns, and our highly trained professionals will be at your service to help find the best options for you. Check out our website or blog for more tips !
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One of the many mistakes people tend to make is using harsh cleaning agents on the floor. This will damage the quality of the floor.
I clean my floors at home only with natural products. The all purpose vinegar/water cleaning solution is a good replacement to chlorine-based detergents.

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post #40 of Old 11-21-2011, 05:04 AM
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Floor cleaning is very important in a home. Especially when there has been water damage or flooding. Because mold and mildew can grow on its soil and these organisms are very harmful to human health, as well as their own.
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