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How to Clean Vinyl Tile: Cleaning Guide for Homeowners (2022)

 

Vinyl tiles are engineered to be tough. So, they can withstand a lot of abuse and dirtiness. However, you’ll still need to give it attention from time to time. If not, the planks are going to degrade and begin to look bad in only a year or two.

 

Here’s A simple guide on how to clean Vinyl floors from The King Live!

 

Basic Cleaning

 

For day-to-day cleaning, the most important rule that you need to know about vinyl is that it’s very vulnerable to moisture and stains. So, whenever water or any type of liquid that can stain (such as wine) is spilled on the vinyl, clean up the mess immediately with a mop or a clean, dry cloth.

 

Next, once a week, you need to give the floor a thorough clean, especially in high-traffic areas like the living room or the kitchen.

 

The first step is to vacuum or dry mop the floor to take out any dirt, dust, or debris. After that, use a mop to wipe down the area with floor detergent and ensure that it’s squeaky clean.

 

For the detergent, there are many floor-cleaning solutions on the market that are formulated specifically for vinyl floors.

 

But you can also “brew” your own detergent at home by mixing one cup of apple cider vinegar with one gallon of warm water. Mix well in a bucket. If you want to enhance the strength of the cleaning solution, you can also add a few droplets of dish soap into the bucket and swirl until the solution bubbles.

 

Mop the floor with the detergent of your choice. Then, mop for a second time with clean water from a different bucket. To cap it up, go over the floor again with a clean, dry cloth to soak up all of the moisture. Don’t let any excess moisture sit on the vinyl floors for too long.

 

 

Cleaning Scuffs and Stains on Vinyl Floors

 

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For common stains like those made by ketchup, tomato sauce, or wine, you can use a baking soda cleaning paste. Mix in a bowl 3 parts baking soda, 1 part water until it turns into a paste with consistency similar to toothpaste).

 

Lather the paste onto the floor, directly above the stain and scrub with a soft towel or mopping pad until the stain is lifted. Wash the baking soda residues off with a wet mop, then pat the spot dry with a clean, dry mop.

 

For tougher types of stains like lipsticks and crayons, use rubbing alcohol and scrub at the spot with a soft-bristle brush. Avoid using abrasive types of cleaning tools like steel wools.

 

And lastly, if you have scuffs on the floor, you can use WD-40. Apply it to a towel, then scrub at the spot until the scuffs go away. Clean the place with water to wash off the residues, then use a dry mop to clean up the area until there’s no excess moisture left.

 

 

Conclusion

 

And that’s how to clean Vinyl tile! This floor type is famous for its low-maintenance and ease of cleaning. As you can see, it’s not hard to clean vinyl at all so long that you know the correct technique. We hope this guide has helped!

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