Removing Salt From Flooring

December 28, 2017

It's that wonderful time of year again!

But how can you enjoy the pretty falling snow, when your entry ways look like a salt mine just took over?

 

Not only is salt unsightly, but it's also damaging *EEKS*

 

There is a simple solution to this problem, *que the droll roll please*

Your first step is to find a french fry truck...just joking..can you guess what the main ingredient we will be discussing?

Vinegar! That's right, you can look under your kitchen sink or the pantry for this simple all natural cleaner.

Simply pour 1 part vinegar to 4 parts hot water in a mop bucket.

Mop until your hearts content and you floors are shining!

This is a two step process, and be sure to implement the next step in your salt removing adventure.

 

After you have completed the first step, rinse your mop and empty your bucket and fill with straight hot water and a dab of  Dawn, (if you are feeling adventurous) and mop again to remove any vinegar residue.

This easy, safe cleaning method can be utilized for residential and commercial flooring.

 

 

 

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