The Best Method To Get Stubborn Dirt Out Of Linoleum Flooring

If you are doing renovating projects in your home, you might have an issue with the fact that it seems impossible to get linoleum floors completely clean. The linoleum flooring is not completely smooth, so dirt and grime get ground into those nooks and crannies. Even vigorous mopping was not enough to lift the stubborn dirt in my linoleum floors! Keep reading and see how to finally get the dirt out of the linoleum floors in your bathroom.

Hence, for this DIY, you will need the following ingredients:

– ammonia
– hot water
– iron
– clean washcloths

1. Thus, start by plugging in your iron near the area you’ll be cleaning.

2. Next, mix together one part ammonia with one part hot water. Dunk a clean washcloth into the ammonia solution and wring it out a bit. You want it to be damp, but not dripping.

3. Lay the wet cloth out on the area you wish to clean, then place the hot iron on the towel. Move the iron around constantly for about 30 seconds or so, then check the underside of the towel to see if the dirt is lifting out.

4. If there are spots of dirt on the underside of the towel, that means it’s working! The washcloth may not lift all of the dirt out of the floor, but the ironing process will loosen the remaining dirt enough that you can easily wipe or scrub it away.

Continue the process until the whole area is clean. You don’t need to use a clean towel for each individual section, but you’ll probably want to switch your towel out when it starts to get grimy.

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