Cleaning Hardwood Floors With Windex

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Cleaning hardwood floors with Windex can either be done by spraying the floor and wiping it down with a sponge or by mixing on part window cleaner with three parts water, using a mop to cover a large floor area. Use any window cleaner to clean hardwood... View Video Transcript

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Cyn Deer

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Hi, you've just gotten those beautiful wood floors that you've always wanted, and you want to know how to clean them. I've got one tip for you. I'm CynDeer. I'm with Three's Company Too, and I'm going to show you how to clean your wood floors with some Windex or some window cleaner. So what you want to do is you don't want to generally spray the Windex directly onto your floor, you would actually want to spray it onto paper towel or your sponge. 'Cause you want to use it lightly, and just got to spot enough to wipe it up. And you want to take another piece of paper towel to wipe it down, make sure you've gotten the Windex off of your floor. If you want to do a big spot, you know, say the whole area you want to do the whole floor you would mix about a quarter cup of your Windex with about three quarters, three quarter cups of the water and that way you will have a nice, you know you could use your mop, use a sponge and do the whole area at once instead of just a spot check of using the Windex on your floor. You want to keep your floors, you know, you want to dust mop them pretty much as often as possible and use the Windex for spot cleaning. So I'm Cyn Deer, this was how to clean your hardwood floors with Windex and hopefully you have a great day.