Cleaning linoleum floors requires little more than regular damp-mopping (use very little water, which can make the surface brittle) or dust-mopping to rid the surface grit and dust before it gets ground in.
Each week, deep clean linoleum floors with a neutral pH cleaner, such as a little dishwashing detergent dissolved in lukewarm water.
No-wax floors do shine without waxing, and the gloss layer will keep them looking good for a while.
But with time and use, the layer will develop worn or dull areas that need to be coated wth a floor finish (wax!) to maintain its shine.
Other neutral best-bets for cleaning linoleum floors include a self-polishing, metal-interlock products (which contains zinc to bind the molecules for a stronger seal).
Non-neutral solutions can create a buildup over time that can damage the finish.
As part of your cleaning routine, you'll also want to: