Floor cleaner recipes

Keep your floors spotless with these easy DIY floor cleaner recipes. Discover natural ingredients that will leave your home sparkling clean and smelling fresh.
This floor cleaner got the grime out of our 25-year-old linoleum. Dissolve 1/4 cup baking soda in 2 gal. warm water. Add 1 Tbsp. dish soap and 1/4 cup white vinegar. Pop, Cleaning Recipes, Homemade Floor Cleaners, Diy Cleaning Products, Homemade Cleaning Products, Diy Cleaners, Dish Soap, Cleaners Homemade, Cleaning Household

If you have kids you know how often you must mop your kitchen floor. You also know how impossible it is to keep that floor clean, my toddler loves to spill his milk or snack right after I just mopped. As frustrating as it can be mopping is a necessary part of housework. My floors usually need a good mopping every other day, if not daily. Since I mop a lot I go through cleaners in a hurry, even by using coupons this has been getting expensive. After doing some research I decided that we would…

Sharon Earls
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I spent months trying the best mopping cleaners to use with a mop so you don't have to! See the 15 recipes I tried and what I thought of each. This post reviews popular formulas like Tide powder, Fabuloso, bleach, dishwasher pods, and more. It all started with a new mop. A couple of years

Michelle Groves
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Here are several different recipes for mixing up your own cleaners for hardwood flooring, just a few simple ingredients are all that's needed. Keep in mind that a little goes a long way, you just need enough liquid to dampen the mop (or cloth) and scrub away. If you're content…

Heidi Herzberger-Alexander