How do you clean a wood laminate floor that has cat litter dust?
We just got wood laminate floors about a year ago. We also have cats. The area around the litter box, has the litter dust embedded into the grain of the flooring. I have tried pads under the litter box, but those just trap any moisture under them. I already have a couple spots of warping from the wetness being trapped. I have tried rubber mats, same problem of trapping any moisture. I mop all the time, but it still dries the same. I even bought an expensive wet/dry vacuum that just seemed to spread the problem. I was told by the installers not to use Murphy's Oil Soap. Is there anyone out there with the same problem or someone who knows what to do? Thank you.
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