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Asked on Dec 17, 2018

How do I clean older hardwood floors?

LeahBrittany @by Brittany GoldwynCindy


6 answers
  • Kelli L. Milligan
    on Dec 17, 2018

    Just like newer hardwood floors. Vacuum, damp mop with vinegar and water, hand scrub severely dirty areas. What's the issues ?

  • William
    on Dec 17, 2018

    Bona for hardwood floors.

  • Sindy
    on Dec 17, 2018

    A product called Floor restore works great, It makes floors look new again

  • Cindy
    on Dec 18, 2018

    Hi Jo-Ann. I'm Cindy. Begin by making a bucket of warm water. Add a quarter-cup of vinegar. If grease and grime are involved, add a couple squirts of Dawn dish soap. Put your mop in the bucket and totally saturate it. Wring it out until it's only damp. Wipe the entire floor with this solution, freshening the mop often. After this, wash your floors again with Murphy's Oil Soap according to the directions on the bottle. The soap will give an extra cleaning and the oil will condition the wood. Good luck Jo-Ann and Happy Holidays.

  • I really like Murphy's Oil Soap.

  • Leah
    on Dec 18, 2018

    Before you use floor restore, clean with original Krud Kutter. It will easily clean floor. It is a concentrate, so put in spray bottle with directed amount of wwater. This is a hand and knees project. Spray an area. Leave on for a few minutes. Wipe off wit a damp microfiber rag. The results will be worth it.

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