How to Clean Vinyl Floors
Continue on until you have completed the entire floor. Set up your fan and let it dry. This will take about a half an hour or so. When it is dry, put on a second coat of floor polish. Use the criss-cross pattern for even coverage. You will notice the mop glides easier as you build up the polish. If a third coat is desired give a little more drying time for the second coat (45 minutes to an hour). A third coat will extend time between cleanings; I usually polish two to three times a year in a high traffic kitchen. Three thin coats are more desirable than two heavier coats.
Let the final coat of floor polish dry as long as you can before you put your furniture back, two or three hours would be ideal. Now your vinyl flooring looks like new!
Vinyl floors are easy to maintain if kept up. When the shine begins to look dull, take the time to renew it!
Wipe up spills as they happen or mop with water as needed between major cleaning.
Sweep up dirt regularly before it scratches or becomes imbedded in your flooring.
If you keep your vinyl flooring maintained, you reduce or avoid the more arduous task of stripping the floor.
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