How To Mop A Floor – Best Practices

It’s a robot vacuum! It’s a mop! Actually, it’s both. The Viomi Robot Vacuum V2 MAX has a unique mopping function that cleans and dries hard-surface floors with the same kind of care you would give them if you were elbow deep in suds. Simply attach the patented mopping pad to the vacuum cleaner and let it do all the work for you. Ain’t nothing sweeter than clean floors.

How to clean a kitchen floor
A kitchen floor is one of the hardest parts of the home to clean. Dirty sheets, half-eaten oatmeal bars and sticky cans of soda are all things you’ll find on most kitchen floors. But even with a vacuum cleaner, it can be difficult to get that “just swept” look. So, how do you get your kitchen floor sparkling?
The first step is to mop the floor before vacuuming. Mopping will remove any large pieces of food and surface dirt without putting in much effort. Simply fill a bucket with warm water and add about three tablespoons of dish soap or cleaning detergent. After mixing well, spread it over the floor in sections and scrub as needed with a sponge or mop. Rinse the sponge or mop after every few sections and use another bucketful of water to rinse off any soap residue left behind from the mopping process.
Next comes vacuuming, which should be done starting at one corner on one side of the room and moving across the room in sections until you reach the other side. Always start from one corner then work your way across the whole room while moving back towards that same corner so you don’t miss anything. Be sure to vacuum right up to walls, around chair legs and around tables (as long as they’re not too big). Don’t forget under your sink! If there are any areas where food falls frequently (like by appliances), make sure those areas have been vacuumed as well.

How to clean a bathroom floor
A bathroom floor is one of the most difficult places to clean. The constant humidity, dirt and grime, and a never-ending parade of visitors make it hard for even the best housekeepers to keep it looking pristine. But with these three simple steps, you’ll be on your way to a cleaner bathroom floor in no time at all:
First, take some time to thoroughly scrub the area. Pay special attention to any stains or troublesome spots that might require some extra elbow grease. When you’re done scrubbing and have washed away all traces of dirt and debris, rinse the area with water. The key is to get rid of any lingering dirt so that it doesn’t scratch your floors when you mop them.
Second, get out your trusty mop and bucket (or Viomi Robot Vacuum V2 MAX) and give the whole area a good going over with warm water mixed with soap or another cleaning solution. Just make sure not to use just plain water alone as this could lead to slippery surfaces if too much moisture builds up.
Finally, finish up by mopping up any excess liquid left behind on the floor. This will help protect against any potential accidents from happening in the future.

How to clean tile floors
Tiled floors in your home are an investment and maintaining them is a must. When cleaning tile, use a vacuum cleaner with a wet/dry filter designed for hard surfaces. For example, Along with the new techs of 2021, Viomi Robot Vacuum V2 Max is meant to surprise you with its LDS laser Navigation. It automatically builds a map of your home after the first mapping and provides intelligent route planning, navigating smoothly to get your home thoroughly cleaned. With the improved AI core algorithm, Viomi Robot Vacuum V2 Max can store 5 floor maps so that it never loses its way, which is perfect for multi-floor house cleaning. With 2400Pa strong suction, V2 MAX can thoroughly remove dust, dirt, crumbs, and pet hair on diversified floors, enabling your home to be more spotless than ever.

Cleaning hardwood floors
To avoid scratches, always use a microfiber cloth on hardwood floors.
Cleaning hardwood floors can be tricky. You have to make sure you’re not going too fast, which can lead to scratches. But you also need to go fast enough that the floor is sufficiently dry when you’re done mopping. A good rule of thumb is to use a microfiber cloth and clean in straight lines.

Wall-to-wall carpeting
Carpet is a major contributor to the amount of dust in your house. Dust mites and other allergens are constantly floating around in your carpet. By using the mopping pad to vacuum and dry your hard-surface floors, you can help keep these pests out of your home.

Thin, short carpeting
If you have thin, short carpeting, the Viomi vacuum can be a better option than a traditional broom and dustpan. The Viomi will clean up spills and dirt on your floor without getting tangled in the fibers of the carpet.

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