February 21, 2012
For general cleaning, use a dust mop, vacuum with the hard-floor attachment of your vacuum cleaner, or wipe occasionally with a slightly damp cotton cloth or mop.
For heavier cleaning, use a mixture of 1 cup apple cider or white vinegar to 1 gallon warm water. Put the mixture in a spray bottle, mist the floor lightly, let it sit 3-4 minutes and wipe up with a dry cotton cloth or mop or a dry micro-beaded mop like a dry Swifter.
For disinfecting or removing haze from your Pergo use 1/3 cup non-sudsing (white) ammonia to 1 gallon warm water, with the same spray bottle procedure as above.
Do not use soap or detergent-based cleaners, wax-based products or any type of polish on Pergo floors, as they leave a dull, filmy residue.
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