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What is the best way to clean Pergo floors?

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About.com states that the best way to clean a laminate floor is to dry-mop it to remove dirt, spray it with a bit of water and vinegar, and then mop it with a microfiber cloth. Using a traditional mop can damage the laminate by causing the panels to swell.

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There are also laminate cleaners that can be purchased specifically to clean laminate floors like Pergo, but even these should be used with caution. Using too much cleaner leaves a soapy residue, and just as with the homemade cleaning mixture, using too much water causes damage. Buffing the floor with a clean microfiber cloth polishes it, although this is optional.

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