Life hack: Homemade floor cleaner 11



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If you are looking to make your floors sparkle but not a fan of toxic cleaners here is a recipe for floor cleaner that could just be the answer.

All you will need is:

  • 1 part 70% rubbing alcohol
  • 1 part water
  • A couple of drops of liquid dish detergent
  • 1 part white vinegar

Once you have made your floor cleaner, simply spry it over the swept floor surface and let it sit for a few minutes. Finally, use a microfibre mop or towel to dry the floor to give it that shining finish!

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  1. What type of flours? Can it be used on polished timber floors?

  2. The alcohol too expensive in NZ and only in very small bottles too. Agree steam mops are great especially on our polished concrete certainly clean and pretty sterile. More economical too now prices have dropped 😃

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