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Removing yellow stains from vinyl flooring is a simple process that requires applying some basic household cleaning products. Yellow stains on these floors can be caused by polish, rust, molds, paint or food. More »

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Armstrong Once ‘n Done Resilient & Ceramic Floor Cleaner and Pledge Multi-Surface Squirt 'n' Mop are good vinyl floor cleaners. Effective homemade options include diluted apple cider vinegar and a mixture of vinegar and ... More »

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It is safe to use water when cleaning vinyl plank flooring except during the first three days after installation. Vinyl flooring should only be spot-cleaned during the first three days, but after that it is safe to use w... More »

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When installing vinyl flooring in the bathroom, add a few inches to the bathroom’s dimensions when figuring the amount of vinyl flooring needed. This allows the material to be cut, trimmed and centered within the room. T... More »

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A good way to remove yellow stains from a vinyl floor is washing the floor with soapy water and a mop. For tougher stains, purchase chemical compounds from your local household store, and use the chemicals to clean up th... More »

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