Sticking with it?We all know the situation: everyone gets a bit merry and vocal, with plenty of hand gestures and next thing you know, there's a puddle of wine/G&T/fizzy drink��dashed across your floor. You quickly mop up the spillage whilst an embarrassed guest apologises profusely and think nothing of it. But the next morning, you wander downstairs - feeling ever so slightly fragile - to find your gait is even slower than normal, as the floor remains intent on capturing your feet.
Yep, sticky floors really are the worst in our opinion. Even after you've scrubbed them, they can remain clingy for weeks afterwards. Here's our top tips to get rid of the icky feeling once and for all:1.��Vacuum the area thoroughly to remove any solid dirt2. Fill a mop bucket with boiling water, add half a cup of vinegar, plus half a cup of lemon juice to freshen up the smell3. Swish the mop across the offending area4. Now the important bit: empty and then fill up the bucket with another gallon of hot water and then swab down the area again. This will remove the final resistant patches.There you have it, a simple method to restore your floor to their former glory and avoid the longlasting sticky feeling underfoot.Happy Gleeming!
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