Murphy Oil Soap, that comprises 98 percent organic ingredients, which is formulated to wash finished wood surfaces, including wood floors, with no rinsing required. If you’re unsure whether your floor is finished, test an inconspicuous area by wiping it with a moist cloth. If the wood does not absorb water and appears the exact same wet as it did dry, then it’s finished with a water-resistant sealer like polyurethane, which makes it safe to wash with oil soap.
Murphy Oil Soap Instructions
Insert 1/4 cup of this oil soap to a gallon of warm water in a bucket, and use a mop or sponge mop to whirl the water around to mix it. If the ground is extremely messy, raise the oil soap, then up to 1/2 cup per gallon. Dip the mop into the soapy water, wring out excess water, and then mop the floor, allowing it to dry completely before walking on it. The soap does not leave residue behind, therefore it requires no rinsing. Keep water to a minimum when cleaning hardwood floors; any water left standing on the ground could stain the end or even seep between the planks and warp the wood. Murphy Oil Soap might also be utilized to remove marks left from crayons, pens, shoes, shoe polish or even pet accidents. Apply a dab of this oil soap to a warm, moist cloth and rub on the affected area from the outer edges inwards to remove the offending material.