While there are so many tricks and hacks on the web with regards to cleaning any kind of flooring especially vinyl flooring, it is still best to do the usual kind of cleaning since they’re more tested and proven throughout the years. Vinyl flooring is one of the most used kind of flooring in the world and it can be considered as a basic household type of flooring. It may be a bummer to some whenever their vinyl flooring gets unwanted dirt but worry no more.

If you are looking for ways to clean your vinyl flooring then you are definitely on the right page. Here are the five simple ways that you can do to remove those stains from your vinyl flooring:

1. Use a Doormat

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Every single day we go out of our house and when we come back it is obvious that we have obtained a huge amount of dirt and dangerous chemicals through our shoes or slippers. It is important to find a way to lessen the dirt coming inside especially if most of you are not removing your footwears when you enter your home. Doormat is one tool that you can use. Doormats prevents dirt from sticking into your home flooring especially vinyl flooring. Before you enter your house, you have to scratch your footwear against the doormat so that the stains and dirt will be removed. There are doormats everywhere especially in hardware stores so you have to make sure that you are buying a doormat that has great quality since there are cheap ones that break easily.

2. Pick the Right Cleansers

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While buying cleansers are somewhat dangerous because of the chemicals that may cause damage and breakage to your flooring, it is still one of the best ways to clean your vinyl flooring. As a consumer, you have to be vigilant and aware of the best cleansers in the market. You don’t just buy a certain cleanser and use it without even knowing what it’s for. Remember, you are taking care of your own vinyl flooring so it’s best to be meticulous than not care at all. Ask the salespeople regarding the best cleanser and the ones that are truly effective. Cleansers are naturally manufactured for the use of cleaning home floorings so you better choose the ones that are best and efficient in cleaning a vinyl flooring.

3. Sweep Every Day

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There’s no harm in sweeping. Sweeping home flooring is the most common ways of taking care and maintaining the beauty and elegance of your vinyl flooring. It is important to buy a sweeper that is fine and durable in form as some of the ones in the market may cause damage and scratches to your vinyl flooring. Sweeping your vinyl flooring will temporarily remove unwanted dirt and dusts that may not only harm your flooring but also your family. Dusts may cause allergies and unexpected sneezing from you or your children so sweeping your vinyl flooring isn’t just about the flooring itself but it is also about taking care of your family.

4. Use Baking Soda

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If you are the type who is not into cleansers then use a baking soda. Baking soda can be used as a substitute to clean your vinyl flooring. In fact, it is one of the most effective cleaning tools that you may use to remove home flooring stains especially for your vinyl flooring. Creating your baking soda paste is just easy, you just have to mix the baking soda with a small amount of water and you can already use it as a tool to clean your vinyl flooring. Tip: use a fine cloth to swipe your vinyl flooring with the baking soda paste.

5. Rinse with Water

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The simplest of them is probably using water. Water cleans any kind of stains at most times and using water to clean your vinyl flooring is effective and reliable. Whenever you see a small stain or dirt, rinse it with water immediately so that you can prevent your vinyl flooring from being damaged. You have to use a lukewarm water so it would be easy to remove the dirt.

Cleaning your vinyl flooring isn’t that hard. You just have to know the simple and basic ways to clean it so that you will know what to do in case there are dirt and stains in your flooring. As an owner, it is really your responsibility to take care of your flooring so make sure that you are definitely doing it right.

Author Bio: Mark Aldrin Hipolito is a daytime writer for CTM Flooring, an Australian business providing home flooring services in the retail market since 1998. Mark is also fascinated by the idea of giving out tips and ideas to people who are courageous and serious in bringing out the best in their households.