Acid stains on your floor can significantly deteriorate your floor appearance. But don’t have to be worried. Yes, acid stains are one kind of scary stain, but not that much we think of.
You can get rid of acid stains if you follow a few tricks, the right tools, and know the right way to do it. Interested in learning how to clean acid marks on the floor?
Then you have to be with us till the end. In this guide, we will share the acid mark removal process and the tool details you will need to complete the cleaning process.
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How to Clean Acid Marks on Floor
To keep your dream house pick and span, you have to clean the floor correctly. Usually acid marks are caused due to use of harsh chemicals that are found on most floor cleaners.
So you have to be careful when you choose the cleaner to clean the floor. Forget it; we will discuss it another day. Now let’s jump into the cleaning process of acid marks on floors.
Ingredients you will need
To make sure your floor is clean of acid marks, you will need effective cleaning agents like baking soda, ammonia, warm water, sponge, clean cloth, toothbrush, hand gloves, face mask, and goggles.
Method 1: Using Baking Soda
Every house owner, especially the house manager knows how useful baking soda is. It’s a kitchen asset that is also fruitful in cleaning tasks. You can use baking soda in two ways to clean acid marks from the floor.
- Take some baking soda in your hand. Make sure you have worn the protective gears before you have started the cleaning process. Now sprinkle baking soda in the affected area. Take help from a credit card, NID, or this type of card and spread the baking soda by covering the area perfectly.
- Leave baking soda for ten to fifteen minutes on the floor and then use a toothbrush and scrub gently. Use a clean cloth and wipe away the residue. Remember, this method will only work when the acid marks are fresh; this way won’t show magic if the acid marks are old.
- Don’t worry; we have the solution for the old acid marks also. Make a smooth paste of baking soda and warm water. Pour the paste over the acid stained area and leave it for one hour. After time is up use a sponge and gently rub the area. Use a clean cloth and wipe away the residue.
- If the satin is still there, repeat the process and scrub vigorously to soften the acid stain.
Method 2: Using Ammonia
If you want you can use ammonia based acid mark cleaner to get rid of acid marks. But you have to be sure the cleaner has 10% of ammonia.
Another way to clean acid mark is using phosphate.
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We have shared the simple way on how to clean acid marks on floor. If you follow what we have said, you will get result in a few minutes.
If you find our described method hard to follow you can use the alternative ammonia based cleaner or ammonia liquid to clean the acid marks on floor.
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I am Eric Lewis, a professional cleaner. I’ve been cleaning houses for over 10 years and have experience in every aspect of the job. From scrubbing to sweeping, from washing to vacuuming, I’ve done it all.