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    Default What do you use to wash your floors?

    I use Domestos on the tiles but Pino Clean on the floor boards. We use boiled jug water and a normal string mop and haven't had any issue with them not being clean enough or leaving residue.

    ETA we do this daily so might be why it cleans well as it gets done so often anyway.
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    Ajax baking soda floor cleaner. Smells fresh and cleans really well

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    Default What do you use to wash your floors?

    Earth choice wool wash and a veleda mop. I have tiles and floor boards. Works fine and I can't be bothered using anything else.

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    Vinegar and boiling water. I made the switch from domestos when my son started crawling. He occasionally licks the floor so thought I better not use bleach!

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    Default What do you use to wash your floors?

    Steam

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    Default What do you use to wash your floors?

    Hot water and lavender or almond oil

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    Default What do you use to wash your floors?

    Enjo mop and water

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    Hot water, vinegar and eucalyptus oil.

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    I have a steam mop now but (on tiles) have always used boiling hot - from the kettle - water and a vileda mop for years. I got my mum onto this when she was complaining about residue on her floors and she agrees it works great.

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    Default Re: What do you use to wash your floors?

    If any of you are looking at steam mops, get a Shark! I have tried heaps and none even come close.


 

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