I sweep mine every couple of days and then use a microfiber mop. You can use a damp mop using warm water and a few drops of dish soap. I immediately go over the floors with a dry microfiber mop to soak up any water laying on them.
Hello, hope this helps you out,
The Bona products very highly rated. Here’s a link with reviews and Q&A for your consideration
Hope this helps;
I discovered Zep.. you just spray lightly on your floors. I use old swiffer with rag attached. You can find it at Lowe's and Home depot.
I use Bono cleaning system https://amzn.to/2FjIXHm
Here are 15 tips on how to clean your laminate flooring: https://www.diynetwork.com/how-to/maintenance-and-repair/cleaning/how-to-clean-laminate-floors
Here is a recipe for cleaning laminate flooring.
Here's an excellent recipe for home made laminate floor cleaner that works a treat, especially for cleaning high gloss laminate flooring leaving it completely streak free:
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Hi Ohiorn: To clean laminate wood floors naturally, especially when they are really dirty, try using baking soda. “Baking soda mixed with water is a mildly abrasive, eco-friendly cleaner, which can be applied with a soft cloth or sponge.
Hi! I vacuum mine and then mopwoth a Swiffer mop. Good luck and stay safe!
To keep your laminate floors fresh, mop them every 2 months. Damp mops (micro fiber) are gentle enough to use on laminate floors. If you use a regular mop, be sure to wring it out until it's almost completely dry. Do not over wet the floor. Water is laminate floors' enemy because it can cause water spots or even warping.
Every 2 months?
I use a damp microfiber mop and windex because it dries fast.
A good microfiber mop is the best tool in your cleaning arsenal. Dry, it picks up dust and dirt. Make sure to get one that has a way to "comb" and clean. Coupled with a spritzing of water, it will take care of almost everything you will run across. Laminate is so sensitive that I would stay away from true mopping and if the microfiber doesn't do the trick, spot clean by hand for things like a sticky spill from a drink.
I started with a Bono cleaning set but after many months, I noticed that my floor was getting dull. I switched to vacuuming the floor first, then using a Swiffer with a microfiber cloth. (I bought extra cloths and cut them to fit so I would have several clean ones to work with.) For the last step, I filled my sink with slightly warm water and a small amount of Dawn, dipped the microfiber cloth in the water, wrung it out, put it on the Swiffer and used that to clean the floor. Change the cloth as necessary. Slowly my floor is starting to show a bit of a shine which is how it looked when it was new. Oh, and I also have a "floor sponge" at my sink. Anytime I see anything on the floor, I do a quick wipe up. That helps too. Wishing you the best.
I tend to use a wet wipe under my feet if I can't find the dry mop! Best wishes.
I did this at my old house. I use a walker and this was the easiest way for me to do my floor. It was 1950's linoleum and never looked clean but I knew it was clean.