At first I thought this would be 5 stars because I love that it is chemical free. It does clean but it was still streaky after drying. I guess if you are very diligent to dry all over with paper towel it may be better. I started doing that but it would use too much for the whole house and the drying is not called for in the recipe. My floors are laminate and I might try this again with more vinegar? I didn't smell any in the amount used here.
Gave this to my friend and she said it was great and it did a wonderful job. A real money saver.
This worked wonderfully! Was out of floor cleaner... Added a splash of lemon juice for scent. This is drying streak free as I write this... and it lifted off the dull residue left behind from the usual stuff! I had some serious reservations about trying this, but it totally rocked, and I think I'll be making this from now on to clean the floors! Thanks so much for sharing.
Thanks so much! I'm so excited about this - I have a large area of laminate and I've used it a few times already and it really works just great! No streaky residue like other cleaners I've used. Also no harsh chemicals.
Wonderful! We had over half our house redone with laminate and then the cleaner they sent- name brand- left the floor streaky! It looked like it was wiped with a dirty rag! :( This made the floor shine and so clean it squeaked! I am a very happy Mama! Thanks Chelle!
This is all I ever use now on laminate and ceramic tile. Environmentally friendly and cheap and a nice clean smell. Also leaves no residue and floors feel smooth under your feet. Thanks for submitting this.
I tried this today and my floors came out beautiful. I have been confused as to what I should use to clean the laminate but I will be using this recipe from here on.
This is great. I used this today and am very pleased with the results. It works much better than the store bought brands I've been using; no streaks or blotchy spots. I'll be keeping this recipe. Thanks a lot for posting it!!!
I use something very similar--I use more white vinegar and also add a cup of strong herbal peppermint tea--the peppermint is also antibacterial and really makes the vinegar smell better!
I use this on my hardwood floors (they've got three coatings of polyurethane). I also use it on my butcher block countertop to disinfect. I use the white vinegar as well. Works great and smells nice. Also, I am told ants do not like vinegar and will not come.