Cleaning Snow Salt From your Floorsby Ray Smith on 01/08/17
Snow salt is extremely helpful when cleaning your sidewalk and making sure it is safe to walk in, however it is also corrosive to your floors if you manage to bring it in. Snow Salt can often get stuck on the bottom of your soles which can cause damage to your floors as your walk around your home. Snow salt can result in white stains and scratches that are hard to clean.
What you’ll need
Mop and dust pan
Towel and Microfiber mop
¼ cup of white vinegar
First thing you want to do is to mop and use a dustpan to clean up the salt grains. Avoid using a vacuum as the sale granules can also damage your vacuum cleaner.
Mop and dust, then mix ¼ of vinegar solution with some warm water. Damp a towel or microfiber mop to clean the floor. No not soak the rag as that may cause damage to your floor. After mopping, get another towel to dry your floor.