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    I use an Ajax floor cleaner on our matte tiles I use Ajax shower cleaner as well I've just swapped a few months ago n I rate their products

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    I second Enjo. Invite some friends around for a demo, and you can use the fibres on your own surfaces and decide for yourself

    Going by your post, the floor cleaner, the dust flexi and dust glove, and bathroom pack with calcium dissolver would work wonders. Your floors are streaking because you are using chemical/product on them and they leave a residue. If you stop using chemicals they will also stay clean for a longer period as there is no residue to attract dirt, bacteria etc. Same for the bathroom.

    Good luck
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    I've just converted to Nature Direct products and love them!!


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    I use norwex. I fall in love with it everyday because it makes cleaning such an easy job.

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    I have just bought a natures direct microfiber mop, waiting for it to arrive, hope it is amazing as it cost a bloody fortune!

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    I have sealed timber floorboards and use the steam mop once a fortnight on them and in between the Sabco microfibre Super Swish Xtra. On the shower I use one of those dishwashing scourer things that you can fill with detergent. I fill it 1/2 vinegar 1/2 dishwashing liquid and it is fabulous, fast and easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    I have sealed timber floorboards and use the steam mop once a fortnight on them and in between the Sabco microfibre Super Swish Xtra. On the shower I use one of those dishwashing scourer things that you can fill with detergent. I fill it 1/2 vinegar 1/2 dishwashing liquid and it is fabulous, fast and easy.
    What a great idea! I'm stealing that. Ive got wood too and usevthose spray and mop things. They're great. Steam mop occasionally also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ck2b View Post
    What a great idea! I'm stealing that. Ive got wood too and usevthose spray and mop things. They're great. Steam mop occasionally also.

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    Thanks. Found the shower tip on pinterest and thought I'd give it a try and I love it. The vinegar keeps the mould away too and it's cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbowrain View Post
    I have just bought a natures direct microfiber mop, waiting for it to arrive, hope it is amazing as it cost a bloody fortune!
    I got this too! Cannot wait to try it out once it arrives self standing sold it for me


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    Quote Originally Posted by redlipsandpearls View Post
    I have matte tiles as well and I use a steam mop, I pour a little bit of eucalyptus oil on the floor where I first start because I like a scent. I've found a steam mop is the only way to do it without leaving streaks.
    I tried this just now! The house smells awesome!


 

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