Sponsored Post: This post is sponsored by Bona but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
Have you ever wondered how to clean luxury vinyl and laminate flooring? If you have, you've come to the right place. Even though both types of flooring are different, with these same tips, you can clean not only both of these types of floors, but stone, and tile as well. Almost any floor can be cleaned with these very basic tips and tools.
Have you started your spring
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There are 3 basic steps to my
How to Clean Luxury Vinyl and Laminate Flooring
Just so you know, I don't mean to through you off with the "luxury vinyl" part of this but I am so stinking excited, I'm getting new flooring soon (luxury vinyl - ooh la la) and the tips I'm sharing with you for
Sweep. This may seem like a duh step but it's a really important step. You want to get any crumbs, hair, dog food, etc. off the floor before moving on.
Vacuum. No matter how well I sweep, there is always something left behind in the corners and under the cabinets....always.
To get rid of the pesky remnants, grab your
Use the right tool to rid your floors of dust, grime, winter ickiness, and more. I previously always used a mop and a bucket (before that, on my hands and knees - wow...times have changed) but just a few weeks ago, when I found out I was getting my new floors, I knew I wanted to treat the floors I have now and my new floors to the best and that's where Bona comes in. I can't tell you how much I have enjoyed using it. It is so much easier than my previous method and the floors look and feel so fresh and sparkly with almost no effort.
I like that it's neat and tidy. Everything is right there in one handy unit. No bucket needed. No rinsing needed. All you do is spray and mop. The Bona Stone, Tile, & Laminate Cleaner is ready to use (no mixing needed), and is a quick (fast-drying) solution that leaves no residue. It's safe for your family (GREENGUARD GOLD certification) and is recommended by professionals. All of this is good enough for me (and my new or old floors).
And I really like this, the Bona
I even got one of my sons in on the action.
He caught on that it was a ploy to have someone else do the floors but the funny thing was, he actually enjoyed it!
Now, let's get spring