Tile Floor Cleaner

Jamie - posted on 05/07/2009 ( 7 moms have responded )




So I have a Hoover tile floor cleaner, been using it for about a year. Im not a fan of regular mops,and dont think those swiffer things work to well. i have been thinking about getting a floor steamer rather then cleaner. So Id only use water no chemical? What does everyone use to clean thier tile floors?

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Stefanie - posted on 07/29/2009




I want a steam cleaner b/c it would be much nicer than mopping 400sq ft on my hands and knees. Currently I use 1 part vinegar and 1 part water. Makes my floors so pretty!

Natasha - posted on 07/29/2009




I have a steam cleaner.. They are great, keep everything very clean, great for the environment and for the bubs who are crawling on the floor. :)

Kylie - posted on 07/28/2009




I've got a floor steam cleaner, a vileda mop and bucket, a sponge mop with that squeeze mechanism and an old fashion cotton mop. the cotton mop with a wring out bucket with wood floors cleaner is by far my favorite, its the quickest, easiest option and get the floors really clean i find my steam mop leaves streaks and difficult to get black shoe marks off i also don't like having to unplug when i move from room to room. hate the sponge mop and the vileda micro fibre was not worth the money it does an OK job IMO.

Vanessa - posted on 05/07/2009




i have a floor cleaner that only uses water and they are fantastic... no more chemicals and it's great for carpet aswell.. i brought mine over the internet for $200 the website is www.dealsdirect.com that's if your interested

Katie - posted on 05/07/2009




I have ceramic floors in our kitchen and we used the swiffer thing for a while but I didn't like you have to wait for it to dry and all the chemicals in it.So we bought a steam mop and love it.we just sweep the floor before hand and then mop away.It dries quickly and seems to get the floor cleaned well.(I have an 18 month old,a 3 month and a dog so the floor gets quite dirty with food and dirt).

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