Concrete is a type of flooring that is made up primarily of cement. Concrete is commonly used as a a floor for driveways, patios and garages. However, concrete can also be used as flooring inside of homes, usually stained, stamped or sealed to add a unique element. Concrete can either be smooth or textured, depending on how it was laid. Rough, textured concrete floors should be cleaned as needed.
Things You'll Need
Push broom or broom
Outdoor Concrete Floor
Use a push broom or broom to sweep away dust and debris.
Turn a hose on its highest setting. Spray the concrete to remove any remaining dirt or stuck-on debris.
Mix 2 capfuls of mopping solution to two gallons of warm water in a bucket. Mop the floor using a deck mop. Or, add a small amount of mopping solution directly on the floor. Use the push broom to scrub the solution into the concrete.
Turn a hose on the highest setting. Spray the concrete free of soap. Work your way from back to front.
Allow the concrete to air dry.
Indoor Concrete Floor
Use a broom to sweep away dust and debris.
Mix 2 capfuls of mopping solution to two gallons of warm water in a bucket. Mop the floor using a deck mop.
Rinse the mop under cool water. Fill a bucket with cool water. Dip the clean mop in the water, and mop the floor to remove any soap residue.
Allow the floor to air dry, or use a towel to dry the floor.