Remove a yellow stain from linoleum with bleach, cold water, white vinegar and bleach scouring powder. Keep stains from recurring by cleaning the floor several times a year.Continue Reading
Wearing rubber gloves, mix 1 quart of bleach and 1 gallon of cold water in a bucket. Avoid hot water on the linoleum's surface.
Soak a lint-free cloth in the bleach/water solution. Mop the floor, and continue to dip the cloth in the bucket as needed until the floor is covered. Leave the solution on the floor for 30 minutes to one hour. Mop the floor clean, and rinse with cold water
Clean the bucket, and mix 1/2 gallon of white vinegar and 1/2 gallon of cold water. Mop the floor with the solution, and rinse again.
Make a paste with bleach scouring powder and water. Rub the paste onto any parts of the floor that are still stained. Let it soak for several minutes, rinse with cold water, and dry with a lint-free cloth.
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