Ammonia __ Combine 1ǚ cup of ammonia with 1 gallon of warm water in a bucket. Soak a mop in the solution and wring out the excess water. Mop the tile floor to disinfect it. If the tile floor contains odd yellow discolorations or mildew, the ammonia will return the tiles back to their original shine. Dip a sponge or a nylon scouring pad in the solution and scrub on the floors gently. Rinse the ammonia solution with clean water and wipe the floor with a washcloth to remove any lingering residue.
How to Make Hardwood Floors Shine: To bring back the shine to dull, worn out hardwood floors all you need is a little vinegar and warm water. First, clean your floors properly by vacuuming up any dirt, dust or particles to avoid scratching your hardwood while shining. Fill a bucket up with hot water and depending on how large your space is add 3ǚ _ 1 cup of vinegar. Soak your mop and squeeze out as much water as you can _ you want your mop to be damp not wet. Mop up your floors and continue dipping it into the water/vinegar mixture to bring back as much shine as possible.
by Gregg M. Brown on Aug 01, 2018 Ceramic Tile