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How to clean Limestone floor - part 1

1. Wipe down the floor with a microfiber cloth. To start, take a microfiber cloth. Wipe it across the floor to remove any obvious dirt and debris, such as spilled food or dust. A microfiber cloth should easily lift obvious messes off of a limestone floor.

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2. Dilute your detergent in water. Any ingrained dirt should be scrubbed away before you give your floor a general mopping. For limestone, use a detergent formula specifically created for calciferous stone. You can purchase this online or at a local supermarket. Dilute your detergent with water, using a ratio of one parts detergent to five parts water.


• It should say somewhere on a cleaner's label what types of floors it's appropriate for. Do not use a detergent unless it specifies it can be used on limestone.

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3. Scrub away any obvious grime. Apply your detergent to spots where there is built up grime. Let it sit for 10 to 20 minutes. Use a cleaning brush to scrub out the dirt and grime from your floor.


• Keep in mind, if you clean your floor regularly, there may not be built up dirt. If this is the case, skip this step and proceed to general mopping.

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4. Wipe away the dirty cleaner. After removing dirt and grime, wipe away the dirty cleaner from the floor using a mop soaked in clean water. After wiping away dirty cleaner, pat the floors dry with a clean towel.

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