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If you would like to have a Bona Spray Mop exactly like the one shown in the video below, Floorfixer wood floor restoration staff will be pleased to supply you a complete kit for around £45.
A Spray Mop is designed for use on all types of wooden floors whether pre-finished, or with lacquers or oils applied on site. They are easy to use with an extra wide 360 degree swivel mop head for attaching the re-usable and machine washable Microfibre cleaning pad which enables you to get into awkward corners and around furniture.
Mopping often feels like you are just pushing the dirt around instead of wiping it away. A spray mop will provide the most effective way to remove heavy duty dirt and grime from your wood flooring.
The cleaning fluid cartridge container can be easily removed for a refill as required and then returned by simply clicking back into place onto the handle. Just squeeze the trigger to produce a fine cleaning fluid mist then run the mop over to clean all your dust and allergens. For deeper, more ingrained dirt - just spray and leave the solution to penetrate a bit longer before wiping off and this will then dissolve the dirt. Top-up cans of Bona pH neutral, streak free, non-dulling floor cleaning solution are widely available in various sizes.
Bona Cleaning Fluid whisks away stubborn dirt and leaves no residue, as multi-purpose cleaners do. It has been specially formulated to bring out the best in wood floors, and has been awarded best wood floor cleaner in independent tests. The main reason Floorfixer recommends this product is because it doesn't leave any dulling residue, as it contains a quick drying agent which also reduces the possibility of future problems when recoating.
Created by Swedish company Bona, who have been specialising in wood floor care for almost 100 years. They are the world leaders in the field of wood floor protection who's products are used on some of the most prestigious floors you could think of - Westminster Cathedral, The British Museum, The National Gallery and Edinburgh Castle to name but a few, and that's a lot of dirty footprints!
Steam Cleaners are not good for wooden floors because they work by forcing steam into the joints of each plank at high pressure. Constantly adding moisture to a wooden floor could make it swell unnecessarily leading to warping even after it has been waxed, oiled or lacquered because steam can break down the finish and leave the floor looking dull and lifeless. The alternative is to use a spray cleaner combined with a Microfibre Mop which can clean the floor with just a small amount of cleaning fluid without having to use water.
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