How To Clean Wood Floors: Wood Floor Cleaner Recipe

If your wood floor is new, you should follow the manufacturer’s cleaning instructions or risk voiding the warranty. If such things don’t matter to you, or your warranty has expired.

You will need:

• 2 cups warm water
• 1/2 cup white vinegar
• 1/4 cup plain rubbing (isopropyl) alcohol
• Liquid dish soap (See Note below)
Essential oils (optional)

NOTE: Do not use castile soap in this recipe. Do not use a liquid dish soap that is scented, moisturizing, anti-bacterial, or which contains “oxygenating action”. Use a plain liquid dish soap.

To prepare: Combine the water, white vinegar, and rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle. Add three (3) drops of liquid dish soap. (DO NOT use more or you will leave streaks!) Add 5-10 drops of your favorite essential oil. Gently swirl to combine.

To use: Dust-mop the floor well, then lightly spray a small area and wipe with a dry microfiber cloth. Repeat until you’ve cleaned the whole floor.

Remember, even with regular cleaning it’s important to use a floor refresher or polish as directed by your flooring manufacturer. This is a task that only needs to be done once a season following a deep-cleaning, or any time your floors are losing their.

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