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Will Clorex hurt or damage the kitchen floor?

I didn't have vinegar or amnonia after clearing the kitchen floor. I spend over an hour clearing the floor and then sweeping. Then I check to see what I have. All I could find was Clorex and Tide, so I figure Clorex and mix it in with a lot of water. That took me about 30 minutes to mop because of the stubborn spots.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Depends on what kind of floor you have. Between the two products I would have used the chlorox also. Just a little bit in a gallon of water will do it.

    I also use it in a spray container. A couple drops & then fill with water to wipe down my counters.

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  • 1 decade ago

    It just depends on what type of floor you have. I usually use some Mop N Glow or just some plain hot water and dish washing liquid on my floor and it does the job well...Of course I'm from the country thought...but not the ghetto (LOL- laugh out loud)...AL~

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I think it depends on what type of kitchen floor that you have and whether or not it's sealed. I have a linoleum floor that I use bleach on everytime I mop. It doesn't hurt my floor, but like I said if it's hardwood or ceramic tile it might.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Depends on the kind of floor. If it's linoleum or tile, I'd say you are ok. If it's carpet or wood, it could damage it depending on concentration.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Depends what your material your flooring is.......... Remember keep in mine Clorex strips.

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  • Gypsy
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    1 decade ago

    shouldnt might bleach it out if its wood. I like bleach kills germs leaves it white.good for stains to.

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  • 1 decade ago

    FIRST OF ALL, IT DEPENDS, ON WHAT KIND OF FLOOR

    IT IS!

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