Are you one of the many people buying your cleaning products at the grocery store, or the big box store? Do you proceed to aisle 27 where you have shelves of cleaning products to choose from. Are you reading the labels trying to figure out if this product will clean your new wood floor without damaging it? Have you ever tried to find a clerk at one these stores to help you. Having found one did they really know anything about cleaning supplies? Did you buy the product, and it didn’t work? When it didn’t work did it end up under your kitchen sink? If this sounds like you, welcome to the club.
I guarantee this isn’t how the professional’s buy their products. In fact the big box store you’re shopping at doesn’t use any of the products on their shelves to maintain their own stores. Cleaning is something we all do but, it’s pretty much guess work. I think this is a foolish way to maintain your biggest investment, your home. Why would you take a chance on damaging something you paid a large sum of money for. Use an acid based cleaner on a stone floor, and you’ll etch the stone. Clean your wood floor with an oil soap, and you’ll have a film on it with a vastly reduced shine. Spot a wool, or oriental carpet without checking for color fastness, and you can ruin it.
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