How to Get Stains off of Linoleum?


To get stains off of linoleum you mix a half cup of minor floor cleaner to three gallons of water in a container. Clean the linoleum with the floor cleaner water. Apply a small amount of acetone nail polish remover to a soft cloth and rub out the stain. Make a paste with one tea spoon of baking soda and a half tea spoon of water if cleaning liquids. Mix two parts of distilled vinegar with three parts water in a small bucket. Use more mixture for large stains. Wipe clean with a clean cloth.
Q&A Related to "How to Get Stains off of Linoleum?"
1. Sweep and mop your floor as you would normally. 2. Mix one gallon of white vinegar with 1 cup of cream of tartar in a mop bucket. 3. Dip the scrubbing brush in the solution and
My nephew had applied polyurethane to the bedroom floor and accidentally got some on the linoleum flooring outside of my bedroom. I tried taking it out with goof off and paint thinner
1. Fill a sink with hot water, and add 3 tsp. of grease-cutting dish detergent. 2. Remove any grease-stained items from the stove, such as knobs, drip pans or burner grates, and place
Linoleum flooring became popular in the 1950s and is known to be durable and simple to clean. Older, cheap linoleum flooring often has to be waxed and buffed at least once a year
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