The hard floors are often quite difficult for cleaning, especially when it comes to hard stains. A regular weekly or monthly cleaning is the best way to prevent the floorings from getting dirty and staining, but to dissolve bacteria and microorganisms, the hard cleaning methods are unsurpassed. Take a look at the following ideas how to sanitise and deep clean the hard floorings at home.

Tiles and grout lines are some of the most typical floor coverings, as well as used for many other purposes like on the walls in wet rooms. The tiles are easy to clean and they get dirty quite less, than a typical carpet covering, for example. Nevertheless, the tiled floors in the kitchen and in the bathroom need a thorough deep cleaning at least twice a year. A rental floor-scrubbing machine is the perfect choice in this case, especially if you put some sanitising agent to the cleaning detergent. The scrubbing effect is flawless even for absolute flat tiles and grout lines with the same level as the tiles themselves. Even if the grout lines are wider and relatively lower than the surface of the tiles, the scrubbing machine can deal with the heaviest blemishes and even with the dry dirty spots. After deep cleaning, you probably want to apply a sealing spray to the grout lines to make them new outlook longer lasting.

Deep cleaning stone surfaces with rugged surfaces and irregular shapes is a little bit on the difficult side. For example, let’s take a huge countertop in the kitchen or an entire floor in the bathroom that's made out of stone tiles. The irregular surface is a magnet for dirt, sand and microorganisms, as well as truly difficult for cleaning via scrubbing machine. That's why you may need to make yourself a quick homemade detergent of a hot but not boiling water, baking soda, rubbing alcohol and dishwashing detergent. Make a paste in a medium bowl and the only tools that you’ll need are a grooming brush or an old toothbrush, as well as clean clothes or paper towels. Pour a small amount of the solution onto the heavily stained areas, then, let it soak up through the pores of the stone and so to dissolve even the heaviest dirt. A couple of minutes should be enough, but a dozen minutes or even a couple of hours are recommended for very rugged and irregular stone textures. Then, rub and dab the stain with the clean towel and wipe off the dissolved excess. Repeat within a few hours the same procedure if needed and then wash thoroughly the entire stone floor with clean water.

The laminate floorings are perhaps the invulnerable floor coverings to staining and dirt, but only if you take good care of them. Regular mopping is the key to keep a clean effect for longer time, as well as to prevent the laminate floorings from lose of texture and discolouration. Vacuuming is another quick and easy way for cleaning, and it’s especially useful method for cleaning pet hair. Add a tiny amount of a deodorising and sanitising agent in the bucket of the mop, and combine pre-vacuuming with mopping as the best way for deep cleaning. Keep the clean effect by mopping every few days, which will prevent the laminate floorings from dust accumulation, or alternately go through all the edges of the room with the vacuum cleaner at least once in a week. For more ideas visit this website.