Published at Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 17:41:57 PM. . By Evelynn Epstein.
You can also use ½ cup of plain rubbing alcohol as a substitute for vinegar. Tip: Acids like vinegar and some other cleaning products will erode natural stone tiles. Stick to dish soap, hydrogen peroxide, cornstarch and baking soda for stone tile. If this solution does not work, move on to our next step or consider hiring a cleaning pro. According to our tile cleaning cost estimator, the national average is $401.
Cleaning Hardwood Floors. Few homeowners choose to have their hardwood floors professionally cleaned. Since basic care of hardwood includes dusting, mopping or vacuuming, many choose to do it themselves. However, if you go with a professional, plan on paying a similar amount to that of tile floors.
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