How To Clean And Spot Kitchen Floors
We know that cleaning the house can be exhausting on many occasions. Cleaning bathrooms and carpets can leave us exhausted, and above all, we know that kitchen floors are usually the most laborious since they are in constant use and are the most prone to staining or dirtying.
In this post, we will explain how to keep your kitchen floors in the best conditions for the longest time. We will give you some tips for cleaning your floors, we will also talk about washing, disinfecting and polishing the surfaces.
How To Remove Stains
There is always the possibility that our floors can be stained. These defects will need a little more than soap and water, but you can solve it very easily with an automatic floor scrubber (เครื่อง ขัด พื้น อัตโนมัติ, which is the term in Thai) depending on the source of the stain.
- Humidity stains: With water, it is common for moisture or mold spots to appear. You can easily clean them with warm water and neutral soap.
- Food stains: If your floor has an organic stain, you can remove it with a little ammonia. Just put a little ammonia on the stain and let it work overnight. In the morning, you can clean the surface with soap and warm water.
- Grease stains: Immediately clean the fat with a rag or napkin and add a little talc or flour on the damage. Next, wash the surface with water and neutral soap.
- Shoe stains or dirt: We recommend mixing water and hydrogen peroxide to clean the dirt. Subsequently, use soap for crockery to remove the last stains and leave the floor spotless.
- Rust stains: To remove rust marks, it is necessary to use special products for this purpose. Look for those that are specifically for your type of floor. For these products, it is advisable to test them in areas of low visibility.
So now you know, you don’t have to spend a fortune keeping your kitchen floors looking flawless. You just need consistency and a little effort. Do not forget the importance of a walk-behind scrubber (เครื่อง ขัด พื้น เดิน ตาม, which is the term in Thai), doing a regular washing of floors as well as polishing, disinfecting and polishing all your surfaces so that they last longer.