Advanced search

MN I need your wood floor expertise ASAP!

(6 Posts)
LanaKanesLeftNippleTassle Sat 04-Nov-17 16:59:43

This is really not an I guess the AIBU could be......AIBU to ask a housekeeping question here?? grin (posting here for traffic!) house sitting for friend who is away....and for various reasons is uncontactable right now.

There is varnished wood floor throughout.

DS has trodden in a delightful combination of cat shit (not her cat!) and rotten apple and spread it through the kitchen before I could stop him.
Luckily the kitchen is easy to cordon off....but obv I need to clean the floor.

Here's the thing...

I have only ever had laminate and carpet...I know nothing about wood flooring.
She doesn't have a mop or bucket, just a weird sgueegee thing on a mop handle.

No obvious other cleaning materials...and def no floor cleaner.

WTAF do I clean the floor with???

Help and suggestions please??!

lidoshuffle Sat 04-Nov-17 17:05:19

If there really isn't any wood floor cleaner (which is low foam), just use washing uo liquid solution. Real wood, especially varnished is very tough - they make boats out if it! smile

LanaKanesLeftNippleTassle Sat 04-Nov-17 17:06:56

Oh and because I've been on here long enough to know some of the questions I will get......

*It's her apple tree, and she knows the windfalls are rotting

*Yes it's fine I have DS and DDog here (her idea- ice garden/fire etc)

*Yes I asked loads of questions, but never really thought about the floor

*No I can't get hold of her for at least 2 days

*She works on a farm, and has no problem with mud/shite random crap (her hall is filled with muddy boots)

NoFuckingRoomOnMyBroom Sat 04-Nov-17 17:11:18

Soapy water will be fine, don't let it pool though & go over it straight after cleaning it with a dry cloth to dry it.

LanaKanesLeftNippleTassle Sat 04-Nov-17 17:21:59

Ok....warm soapy water, don't let it pool, dry it quickly...


Am on it...will reply with results!

moonamanda Sat 04-Nov-17 17:26:19
I use this on wooden (oak) floors.

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, watch threads, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now »

Already registered? Log in with: