Myths about Floor Cleaners



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How hard can it be, when it comes to cleaning and care of your floors? I am sure all of us have tried to uncover the fallacy and tried surging Google as well instead were bombarded with paid advertisements and blogs selling all types of cleaners. Fancy lines like products that shine, smells great and even steam your floors clean, this customer engrossing method is often used by manufacturers to keep them engaged but the truth is none of them holds.

Maintenance of the household floor is like a Lifelong investment which makes it all the more important to care for and protect it for decades to come. Myths and misconceptions go hand in hand we think whatever we read on the internet is true but in real-time these methods may appear to work, for now, they can cause damage over time.

Let’s take a look at the myth that has been with us for quite a long time

1. The Through away statement Kills 99.9 percent Bacteria

What’s our first impression when we think of bacteria-unhygienic, germs, dirt, viruses must have popped up in your mind surprisingly most of the gunk we want to get rid of our hands, be it be dirt or germs stick to us because of the oils on our skin. Shortly consumer expectation of hygiene will become the norm real soon.

2. Vinegar -the super-effective All-Purpose Cleaner

Vinegar the hero ingredient in all purpose house cleaner works well on most surfaces but not all. What makes vinegar an effective cleaner—its acidity—is also the reason you shouldn’t use it on certain surfaces like wood, granite, or marble could damage them.

3. Not everything works!

Any cleaner can be used on the floor including ammonia or oil-based cleaners. Let’s get to the Fact: No. Ammonia is a basic cleaner with a PH of 11 and can ruin the color of your floor. Oil-based floor cleaners can leave a milky residue on the hardwood. Stick with manufacturer approved cleaners to avoid any of these ingredients.

4. Bleach cleans almost everything.

Bleach acts as a great stain remover and disinfectant, but not a great grease cutter, it can be great for laundry stains and disinfecting surfaces, If you want to get dirt and grime out, the best thing is to reach out for the best house wash cleaner who has a gritty texture, like baking soda, which serves to loosen up dirt particles.

We can reduce the risk of bacteria affecting us by maintaining a clean, hygienic home environment helps in reducing the risk of picking up germs that can make you sick. It's about time now more than ever, be sure to regularly clean and disinfect your home to stay healthy!

Check out Koparo Clean for floor cleaner that are all natural and safe for kids and pets.

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