Keep laminate floor luxurious by regularly vacuuming, dust-mopping, or wiping them with a damp (not wet cloth.
When the dirt and grime get tough, as they often do in the kitchen, try cleaning laminate floors with a solution of vinegar and water.
To remove tough spots or stains, buff the blemish with acetone nail polish remover, then wipe it clean with a damp cloth.
Here's the full routine for cleaning laminate floors.
How to Care for and Clean Laminate Floors
Use welcome mats. Grit is a laminate floor's worst enemy.
Use furniture casters. These floor also scratch easily.
Vacuum often, using the soft brush attachment on the vacuum.
Once a week cleaning with a broom or dust mop should do it, but if your laminate
Once-a-week cleaning with a broom, vacuum or dust mop is all most floors require. If your floors get a lot of use, and if they don't have a urethane finish, damp-mop once a week with a neutral pH wood floor cleaner. Wring the mop almost dry before mopping.
Cleaning no-nos for laminate floors include:
Allowing water or a cleaning solution to stand on the surface
Soap-based detergents or mop-and-shine products (they'll leave a dull film on your floor)
Wax, polish, abrasive cleaners, steel wool, or scouring pads. These will scratch the surface of laminate floors.