Terrazzo floors feature smaller pieces of substances such as granite and marble in a concrete base. The surface of a Terrazzo floor, however, is perfectly smooth and polished. This can make it a little easier to clean. To completely restore your Terrazzo floors, however, you’ll have to do so in a protective way that doesn't damage the surface. Unlike surfaces that aren't as smooth, Terrazzo floors may need to be restored because any damage will show up easily on such a consistent surface.
Things You'll Need
- Vacuum cleaner
- Mop bucket
- Oil soap
- Microfiber mop
- Terry cloth
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Use a vacuum cleaner that is safe to use on hard floor surfaces to remove dust and debris from the Terrazzo floors.
Fill your mop bucket with 1 gallon of plain water and mix in ½ tsp. of an oil soap product.
Clean the Terrazzo surface using a microfiber mop, focusing on a few feet of the floor at a time. Watch for small pieces of debris getting stuck on the map. These can scratch the floor surface.
Dry the Terrazzo floor with a terry cloth before it has a chance to dry. Buff the floor dry using a circular motion to help it shine.
Rinse the mop before moving onto the next area. When you see the water in the mop bucket get cloudy, mix up a new solution.