We’ve done a few renovating projects on our home in the past several years, including putting in wood flooring in the main room and tile flooring in the kitchen and laundry room. And while I dream about someday overhauling the master and guest bathrooms, at this point they still have the laminate flooring that was there when we moved in. It’s not an eyesore or anything, so I don’t have too much of an issue with it.
However – I did have an issue with the fact that it was seemingly impossible to get those floors completely clean. The laminate flooring is not completely smooth, so dirt and grime get ground into those nooks and crannies. Even vigorous mopping was not enough to lift the stubborn dirt in my laminate floors! But I recently had a moment of inspiration that enabled me to finally (FINALLY) get the ground-in dirt out of the laminate floors in my bathroom.
If you’re a regular follower of my blog, you might remember a post from a couple of months ago about getting tough stains out of your carpet using your clothes iron. (If you haven’t read it before, follow the link below to check it out!)
I was so impressed by the results I got using this technique! (You can see how well it worked in the photo above.) So I got to thinking about those pesky bathroom floors of mine, and wondering if the same technique could possibly help me lift out those pesky bits of dirt that were driving me crazy! I couldn’t…