How to Clean a Kitchen Floor With Pine-Sol

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Mop your kitchen floor weekly with Pine-Sol for best results.
Mop your kitchen floor weekly with Pine-Sol for best results. (Image: BananaStock/BananaStock/Getty Images)

According to Pine-Sol’s website, the powerful cleaner has been around since 1929. Original Pine-Sol contains pine oil, which gives it a pine-like scent. Many different scents of Pine-Sol now exist today that can fill your kitchen with a pleasant aroma. The cleaning solution can be used many surfaces, such as vinyl, tile, porcelain and other nonporous surfaces. Pine-Sol removes dirt and debris and it also disinfects floors, which makes it ideal for the kitchen.

Things You'll Need

  • Broom
  • Mop bucket
  • Mop
  • Sponge
  • Brush

Remove rugs and furniture from the kitchen.

Sweep the kitchen floor with a broom to remove dirt and debris.

Pour 1/4 cup of Pine-Sol into a mop bucket. Add 1 gallon of warm water to the Pine-Sol.

Soak a mop, sponge or brush in the solution. Wring out the excess cleaning solution so that the mop or sponge remains damp instead of wet.

Mop the room by starting at the furthest corner. Work your way across the room. Soak the mop in the solution when it becomes dirty and wring out the excess water.

Allow the floor to dry. Return the rugs and furniture to the kitchen.

Tips & Warnings

  • Remove tougher stains from the kitchen floor by not diluting the Pine-Sol with water. Apply the solution direction to the stain. Rinse the floor with clean water afterward.
  • Do not use Pine-Sol on waxed, oiled or unsealed wood floors.
  • Do not allow the Pine-Sol solution to pool on the floor.

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