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|10-30-2020 08:16 AM|
|JeremyNicholson||A floor with pores are hard to clean.|
|10-13-2020 10:48 AM|
|agratte||I do not argue, yes, the scenario described in the topic is quite working and has the right to exist, only a large percentage of students will write according to the scheme I would like to write about and will receive a + paper. And the teacher will again have to rely on his memory. Thus (of course) - the game is not worth the candle. Or does someone disagree with me? Then write what you think about it.|
|09-14-2019 02:36 PM|
|Peter James||Wood floor for sure|
|09-13-2019 03:14 AM|
Terrcotta tiles are by far the hardest to clean. It takes ages to clean, hours to dry and a lot of time to glaze.
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|10-27-2018 02:27 PM|
According to me, wooden floors are difficult to clean and maintain.
|05-10-2017 02:50 AM|
|momentum||Thanks for posting details - regular cleaning is best, but it's good to match our cleaning to the surfaces. Instead of using detergent or any harmful chemicals, you can use eco-friendly products. You can keep your house and floor clean or shiny by using energy efficient polishing equipment. Although, steam cleaner is best for carpet and hardwood floors. As we all know that the floor cleaning lubricants are made by some chemicals which will be harmful for children and for us also. So I always appreciate natural floor cleaning techniques. Hiring a professional service can save you money in the long run.|
|05-05-2017 06:03 PM|
On most tile floors, I use a "non bleach" bleach, containing hydrogen peroxide. It cleans great and the Lysol brand smells nice, too.
Hardwood floors frustrate me a lot. To get up stains, spills, etc., you do have to use something OTHER than "hardwood floor" cleaners. I use Watkins All Purpose Cleaner for this. Once spills, etc., are gone, I use various hardwood floor cleaners. They are a PAIN because you have to mop WITH the grain of the wood, not against it. In some homes, the planks are laid down in intricate patterns, making it even MORE difficult. And homeowners dont quite understand that these floors take more time! I find that very frustrating. If anyone has any shortcut answers to this, please tell me!
|05-05-2017 02:43 AM|
|Conall Smith||White tiles are not hardest to clean, we can easily clean white tile. But Wooden floors are hardest to clean.|
|03-10-2017 08:14 AM|
Hmm........ well, then how do you get up any spills or stains? Most of the hardwood floors I have cleaned so far have not been waxed. I have only run into this once, and the owner okay'd my using a damp mop with wood floor cleaner. It looked quite good when I was done.
|03-10-2017 07:28 AM|
What are the hardest floors to clean?
Originally Posted by missannienow View Post
You need to keep damp mops away from this surface, and instead sweep, dust mop or vacuum regularly.
|03-09-2017 07:06 PM|
I agree. How are you handling this??
|03-09-2017 10:23 AM|
What are the hardest floors to clean?
In my experience, waxed wood floors are the hardest to clean. It can be damaged by even small amounts of water.
|02-23-2017 08:15 AM|
I dont find ceramic floors hard, because thats what most floors are here. The only big problem is dirty grout, and I always dread hearing a new client tell me her grout needs cleaning. Because I had knee replacements, kneeling isnt an option for me.
I use Meyer's Clean Day stuff on almost all floors except hardwoods and some laminates. It cleans great and smells wonderful. Watkins stuff is also excellent. An d you dont need to use a lot. My clients always are pleased with how fresh their home smells when I am done.
|02-23-2017 07:27 AM|
|Sharon Alex||Porcelain, ceramic and wooden floor are the most difficult ones to maintain. I have used Mr. Homecare for my wooden and ceramic floor cleaning. They have done cleaning and floor polishing without damaging them, leaving it stain free.|
|02-03-2017 09:28 AM|
White tile floors arent hard for me to clean. In fact, I think they are easier, because you can SEE the dirt. Hardwood floors and some laminates are, for me, the hardest to clean. Hardwood especially, because you have to remove any spills, and wood floor cleaners dont get them up well. I use Meyers Clean Day all purpose for this, and sometimes have to use a plastic knife to gentle scrape up something spilled (such as a carmel candy). After I get the spills or whatever up, THEN I use hardwood cleaner. It takes longer because of hacving to mop with the wood grain.
Tile floors that have a ridged surface (the ones that look like wood) can be tricky.
Old linoleum floors are a pain, too. I read somewhere the best cleaner for them is something like Scrubbing Bubbles. I havent tried that yet, but it makes sense.
Terrazzo floors are also difficult, because they are OLD, and if they are a dark color, you cant see where the worst dirty spots are.
|12-30-2016 11:02 AM|
|xtralondon||No secret - white wood floors are the hardest. Never suggest someone having that at home|
|11-04-2016 08:51 AM|
|ecocarpet||VCT floors are hard to clean, but with eco carpet pro, it will be more reliable and easy, because of its eco-friendly service.|
|08-16-2016 03:24 AM|
|michaelflynn||I have a white floor . Its really hard to clean|
|07-07-2016 04:43 AM|
|JessieG||for me - hardwood floors. It's necessary to know hardwood floors don't like wax cleaners, vinegar or oil soaps|
|02-17-2016 04:20 PM|
Personally, I find hardwood floors to be the most difficult to clean because when there's really sticky stuff on it that's hard to peel off or even stains that don't come off with just a towel wipe, it can be tricky to get the dirt off without actually damaging the hardwood itself. Often you need to resort to vigorous floor scrubbing and that itself basically guarantees that you'll be leaving a huge scratch mark on it
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