Although vinyl floors are among the easiest to clean both the cheap vinyl tile [กระเบื้อง ยาง ราคา ถูก which is the term in Thai] and the costly ones, these tips will make it even easier and help you keep your floors as new for much longer and with less effort.
Keep Dirt Away Using A Doormat
A doormat helps keep your vinyl away from its two worst enemies: dirt and chemicals. Dirt that comes from outside means extra sweeping time; for example, the sand we drag from outside acts like sandpaper, removing the vinyl finish. Although they cannot be seen, asphalt chemists adhere first to your shoes and then to the vinyl, making it somewhat yellowish.
Keep Your Floors Clean
The key to keeping any floor in good shape is to keep it clean, and vinyl is no exception. It is good to remove dirt before it accumulates so that your vinyl lasts longer. It is also a good idea to get used to applying a quick sweep with a soft broom on the kitchen floor after putting the dishes to be washed.
Use Shampoo To Remove Hair Spray
If your bathroom floor is stained with hair spray, you can remove it with shampoo. If it works with your hair, you can also do it with your floor. Mix a little shampoo in a liter of warm water, mop, and then rinse with a damp cloth.
Resist the temptation to remove dirt with heavy cleaning products. Try to clean your vinyl using milder methods. To clean dirt that is not removed by sweeping or vacuuming, it is better to use a mop soaked with warm (not hot) water. If all this fails, use soap, but always verify that the soap is designed for your type of floor.
Use The Correct Cleaner
If your anti-wax vinyl floor needs cleaning, it is good to wash it with a cleaner designed for such floors, that information is in the cleaner container. If the vinyl is old and requires waxing, it is better to wash it with warm water and detergent. Moisten a sponge or mop in the mixture and rub the floor only enough to remove dirt. Try not to mop excessively so as not to remove the wax and not have to reapply it. Rinse with clean, cold water (even if the soap specifies that you do not need a rinse) to avoid keeping debris on the floor.