A guy is cleaning our house before the walk-through and I asked him what he recommended and here's what he said:
Hardwoods: swiffer and mop w/warm water if it gets really dirty (wring mop almost dry).
granite: warm water or multi-surface cleaner
porcelain: warm water or multi-surface cleaner
If he has a greasy area that won't come clean, he uses a tiny bit of WD-40!!!!!!! Not sure I'd do that.
Hardwoods - yes. I have hardwood in one room, my sewing/quilting room and have only used a dry Swiffer (with an old wash cloth attached) spot cleaning with a damp cloth if necessary.
Granite - I don't have any
Porcelain - when I had it - Multi-surface cleaner
WD-40 is good for a lot of things and will get dissolve old grease as well as sticky residue like from price stickers, etc. (It is not recommended as an arthritis remedy - check their webpage.) You just have to wash the area again with a multi-surface cleaner.
Does this hat make my butt look big?
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