Highly abrasive scrubbing tools are not recommended as they can damage your Flooring.
Never use ammonia or bleach to clean your Resilient Flooring/Vinyl Flooring.
Due to the high temperatures, steam mops may cause damage to Resilient/Vinyl Flooring. Review the manufacturer guidelines for your flooring before using a steam mop.
Remove loose dirt with a soft bristle broom.
Clean with a damp mop for everyday care.
Wash the floor occasionally with a gentle (non-abrasive) floor cleaner - always follow cleaning product instructions and adhere to cautions before use.
Do not use detergents, abrasive cleaners or “mop and shine” products. These may leave a dull film on your Flooring.
When using a vacuum cleaner, disengage the beater bar or use the “bare floor” setting to avoid damaging your flooring.
Resilient/Vinyl Flooring has a protective film. But there’s some stuff that just won’t come off easily. Glue, asphalt, chewing gum, oil, grease, candle wax and tar are hard to remove. Follow these simple steps to get stubborn stains off your Resilient/Vinyl Flooring.
Scrub the area with a floor cleaner and a nonabrasive white scrubbing pad, following instructions on the label.
Caution: Isopropyl alcohol, odorless mineral spirits and paint thinner are flammable solvents.
Follow these steps to remove the spill:
Gently rub the area with your finger or an eraser (avoid using sharp items, which can scratch your Flooring.
Here are specific steps for challenging spills and stains. Unless stated otherwise, use a clean, white cloth or towel when cleaning Resilient/Vinyl Flooring products. Always rinse the area with clean water as your final step.
Common causes include blood, catsup, mustard, cleaners, dyes, food, candy, juices, grass,rust and pet accidents. To remove these and more, follow these steps:
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