Cleaning Pergo Floors

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The best way to clean Pergo floors is with a combination of vinegar and water that contains only a splash of vinegar. Learn about the built-in sealants of Pergo with help from a professional house cleaner in this free video on housecleaning and housekeeping tips.

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Hi I'm Rachel Yatuzis and I'm going to tell you how to clean Pergo floors. Like I always say, the best thing to clean anything in your house with is vinegar and water. You just take a gallon of vinegar like this, probably costs less than a dollar, you take your vinegar, you splash a little bit of it into a bucket and add it about I'd say fill the bucket up two-thirds of the way with water and you have the perfect floor cleaner. The good thing about this and Pergo floors is Pergo floors don't require any kind of wax because they have built in sealants since they're not real wood, they don't need to be waxed regularly. So you just want to clean them really well. Grab your mop and just go over it. The vinegar will dry really quickly and if you use nice warm water, it'll dry even faster. The warmer the water, the faster it dries. One thing you want to keep from doing is using hardwood floor cleaners on Pergo floors. A lot of people like the way they smell or for whatever reason they want to use hardwood floor cleaners on Pergo floors, not a good idea. It's going to make your floor too slippery first of all because it's going to add a layer of wax. Traditional hardwood floor clears have wax in them, the extra later of wax is going to make your floors way too slippery, it's hard to remove the wax and it'll cause buildup. So vinegar and water is always the best. I'm Rachel Yatuzis and that is how you clean Pergo floors.


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