This won’t sparkle, and sometimes it leaves the odd streak, but it is great for all types of hard floor. The secret is to use a barely damp mop, not a soaking one. An old-fashioned rag mop which you can still buy at hardware stores works very well.
It’s also a good idea to carry around a shaker full of Wendyl’s Premium Baking Soda to sprinkle on any hard-to-shift spots as you go. The baking soda will add a little grit which will help to shift the grime. Once it’s gone re-soak your mop, squeeze and go over the spot again.
DIY Natural Floor Cleaner
To 4 litres of hot water add a squirt of liquid soap (Green Goddess Unscented Castile Soap works well) and a teacup of Wendyl’s Premium Double Strength White Vinegar (regular white vinegar won’t have the cutting power).
Add a good 10 drops of Lavender Essential Oil, or any other kitchen oils which take your fancy, to give the room a nice smell and cut the slight vinegar odour you will get initially.