Your floors attract all of the food, dirt, and dust that doesn’t get to the bin, so it’s important to clean them regularly – especially in your kitchen. Kitchen floors require the most attention because they’re frequently soiled by food. Vacuuming and mopping are the key parts to this process, so below you’ll find some strategies for using floor cleaning mops.
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Floor Cleaning Safety
If you have kids or pets, you’ll probably need to clean your floors more often than most – and you’ll need to be careful about which products and methods you choose. Because pets and toddlers are prone to laying on the ground with bare skin – or even eat off the floor – it’s important to keep them clean using the least toxic products possible. A lot of floor cleaning products will kill off grime, but can cause irritation to the skin. Make sure you check the product labels, and if they advise to use gloves when handling it, it’s probably now great for your pets or kids to walk on. This is also why it’s important to rinse floors thoroughly after you mop.