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Hi all,

I have a question in regards to a wooden tile floor i'm trying to get clean. I have tried Bona wood cleaner, vinegar, bleach, scrubbing it hard with literally no success. The one time I've had ok to limited success is with a steam cleaner combined with Jif Cleaner but even this is super slow (steam cleaner not that powerful and none to rent out near by) and gets some of the dirt out but not all so the wood tiles look worse with clean streaks with dark tile around them. I think some of the darkened patch's are due to wear and tear (hard to see in the picture).


Black Rectangle Hood Road surface Wood
 

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nokidding.. some of my commercial customers have installed the LVT--Luxury Vinyl Tile flooring, of the 2 manufacturers of this type flooring they recommend using a neutral ph cleaner and no steam cleaning but a slow speed floor scrubber can be used.
I quit using bona and switched to LVT -Clean by NCL. this product can be diluted to Normal or Heavy Soil as is more cost effective than the ready to use Bona.
SquareScrub sells a scrub pad--blue? made just for LVT Flooring (They Claim). Perhaps buy the scrub pad and scrub the floor by hand with the NCL product or similar product.
Brad BD Janitorial
 
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