Hello there. I'm Cindy. Add a half cup of hydrogen peroxide to a gallon of hot water. Use a mop to clean your floor with this solution. If your floor is tile, you can use this recipe to clean it and use an old toothbrush to clean grout.
Thanks. I will try this on the old asphalt linoleum style tiles this weekend. I will also try Krudkutter as someone else suggested. This is an area that continually gets oil and sand from the machinery mechanics going through and meeting there.
I use one cup of lemon scented ammonia to one gallon hot water. I use 1/3 bottle of hydrogen peroxide when I wash my whites. Safer than bleach and whites don't look dingy. Never heard of cleaning a floor with peroxide. Some use it to bleach pet stains from wood floors.