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Laminate floors don’t easily succumb to stains and spots – that’s another great thing about them. However, sometimes you can’t really avoid stains, so it’s better to be prepared. The right way of dealing with stains on laminate floors depends on what caused the stain.

Here are some tips:
1. Blood
Use a commercial laminate cleaner and scrub with a damp cloth.

2. Liquor
Use detergent and warm water and scrub. You can also use denatured alcohol.

3. Grease
Grease can be hard to get rid of. Try using an ice pack to make the grease harden, which will make it easier to scrape off. Steam mops do a great job with grease, if you’re willing to make an investment.

4. Nail polish
Nail polish can cause quite a stain, so some scouring powder will help keep the color from spreading.

5. Ink
If the regular home cleaning detergent doesn’t work, use an ink remover but make sure that it’s safe to use on laminate floors first.
 

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I have laminate floors and i find Citrus degreaser works great for almost all stains in this type of flooring.
Absolutely agree with you! Moreover, laminate floors can be also cleaned with home-made cleaning solutions.
 
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