How to Use Windex on Laminate Flooring


Laminate floors are a high-quality, inexpensive alternative to hardwood floors. Laminate is made of compressed wood that is glazed with a replicated hardwood finish, creating the appearance of a hardwood floor. Laminate is finished with a protective gloss layer, which prevents scratching and extends durability. While there are several cleaning products on the market for hardwood and laminate floors, Windex is a perfect option for cleaning laminate floor surfaces. Windex cleans and shines, while leaving behind no streaks or film.

Things You'll Need

  • Bucket
  • Windex
  • Water
  • Mop
  • Pour equal parts of Windex and water into a cleaning bucket. You need to use a diluted Windex solution when cleaning laminate flooring.

  • Dip a mop in the solution, then wring out the excess water. Clean the floors with a damp mop, not a mop that is soaking wet.

  • Wipe the damp mop across the laminate flooring, moving in the same direction as the wood grain.

  • Repeat as needed until you are satisfied with the end result. Let the floor air dry.

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