For mopping floors, it is important to know how to mix your chemicals properly beforehand so that the cleaning mixture is effective, and the floor is not damaged. For wooden floors, specific non-acidic chemicals need to be used (try our No. 1 Magic Best Ever neutral floor cleaner). For tile or stone floors, acidic chemicals should be used and mixed with water (we recommend Husky 410) and, depending on what is on the floor or what kind of floor it is, allowed to “dwell” on the floor for a longer than usual period of time before being mopped up. This is especially important for bathrooms, where germs and bacteria are the most prevalent.
Source: Career Trend | Janitorial Cleaning Tips | By: Daniel Westlake