How to Disinfect a Kitchen Floor
Did you know that kitchen floors can have an average of up to 830 bacteria per square inch? In addition to a regular schedule of sweeping and mopping for dust, dirt and other daily accumulations, your kitchen floor should be disinfected at least once a week.
Whether from everyday spills, a pet accident or other bacteria-inviting occurrence, it's important to put an end to potentially harmful bacteria before they have a chance to thrive. Use Simple Green d Pro 3 to clean and deodorize your kitchen floor while killing harmful bacteria, eliminating the potential spread of highly contagious germs including E. Coli, Influenza, Strep and Staph.
For hardwood floors, spot-test an inconspicuous area before use.
- Remove any visible spills, gunk or build-up from the surface.
- Thoroughly wet the kitchen floor with a solution of 2 ounces of Simple Green d Pro 3 concentrate per gallon of water, applying with a cloth, mop, sponge or sprayer. To clean heavily soiled areas use 4 to 6 ounces of concentrate per gallon of water. Avoid breathing the spray.
- Agitate with a brush, cloth or sponge, then let the solution remain on the surface for a minimum of 10 minutes.
- Wipe dry with a clean cloth or sponge, or allow to air dry. Rinsing floors is not necessary unless they are to be waxed or polished.
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