Laminate flooring ?

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I had back surgery and someone, being a Good Samaritan wanted to clean my house before I came home from the hospital, they put mop and glo on my laminate flooring any suggestions how to get it off without damaging the flooring They were than a month old. Help ‼️‼️


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  • Gk Gk on Apr 05, 2020

    It will come off with time as you keep washing your floor. This article suggests using vinegar and lemon juice mixed with warm water to wash your floor.

    https://www.wikihow.com/Remove-Mop-and-Glo

  • Mogie Mogie on Apr 05, 2020

    Fill a gallon bucket three-quarters full of hot water.

    Add 1 cup of white vinegar to the bucket.

    Dip a mop into the solution. Wring it out and use it to mop the floor. Cover the entire surface of the floor, using circular mopping motions and working from one side of the area to the other.

    Dry the floor by wiping it with a lint-free cloth.

  • Deb K Deb K on Apr 05, 2020

    Hi Betty, vinegar is the miracle worker here, just use it for washing the floors from now until the mop and glo is all gone. Remember to dry the floor to avoid streaking. You really don't need to over work to do this, it will come off.

  • Vimarhonor Vimarhonor on Apr 05, 2020

    Yikes...I would suggest calling mopnglo and see if they might recommend the lest offensive cleaning method as not to damage your newer floors. Their expert recommendations might be the safest.

  • You might call the manufacturer of the flooring and/or cleaner for exact advice to avoid damage.

  • William William on Apr 05, 2020

    Vinegar is good for cleaning but won't remove wax. One cup of lemon scented ammonia to one gallon hot water. Ammonia will remove wax.

  • Peggy L Burnette Peggy L Burnette on Apr 05, 2020

    Hi Betty, sorry you are having this problem. At least you know their heart was in the right place to help you when you needed it. I hope this helps. Stay well. Best Answer

    1. Mix one cup of vinegar with a gallon of water and mop your floors. Afterwards, rinse the floors with water. ...
    2. If the vinegar solution doesn't work, try adding 1/2 cup of baking soda to one gallon of water. ...
    3. If the first two options didn't work you will need to use ammonia to clean the floor.


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