Sealed wood floors & any non-porous tile can be thoroughly cleaned with a little vinegar and water!
- White vinegar
- Spray mop, or bucket and cloth
- Mix Your Solution. Combine approximately one cup of white vinegar with one gallon of warm (not hot) water. You can use a fraction of the solution if you’re only working on a small area, but the solution stores just fine for later, so don’t be afraid to make the whole batch. If desired, add a drop or two of essential oil.
- Spray and Wipe Your Floors. If you’re using a spray mop, fill the mop’s reservoir with your homemade solution. Spray and wipe your floors, being careful not to over-saturate wood floors. Everything should be left scrubbed and gleaming – not soggy. Wring out your cloth each time after dipping it in the water. If necessary, wipe everything with a clean, dry cloth.