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Steve, Very interesting. I will look for something like that. Do you use it every time or something else in between steam cleaning?
As far as a squeegee goes the wife pricked this one up a Bed, Bath and Beyond. Large clear non marring.https://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/store/product/oxo-good-grips-reg-all-purpose-squeegee/1042147855?Keyword=squeegeeAnd since I have a more standard non party rinse station my concern is the glass Sliders. Fortunately I can take them out to the garage for a twice a year heavy clean and Rain-X. Multiple coats.We have rough water that a softener helps and as it is humid here for 8 months a year we leave the slider open a little to help with air flow.And yes I get to do the routine clean on the walls and all Alan
Congrats on the new home Don_S. Our home is all tile and laminate floors so we use a Dyson vacuum, then steam mop. You can get away without steam mopping everytime if you don't have animals or children. I use a daily shower clean spray after showering to prevent scum and hard water stains and have been satisfied with the results. Cuts down on cleaning tremendously and you don't even have to use it every time.
Don,I see you just ordered a steamer and I hope it works for you. I have tried several and like what was mentioned above. A good old fashioned commercial mop and bucket with ringer and to me it's by far the fastest and easiest way to mop a tile floor. I have a LOT of tile in my house, I use grease lightning diluted with water and it works very well. Especially in the kitchen where the floor gets grease on it, nothing else really gets the grease up that I have tried. Regarding the shower we have a very large walk in with two heads and like what was also mentioned above. Use a spray cleaner and squeegee and that keeps the hard scrubbing down to a lot less times a year. Good luck and keep us posted, I would be interested what you find.Greg
For periodic cleaning would spraying cleaner and then steam mopping hurt the mop? It does not really suck water back up so I would think that would be safe.
As far as a squeegee goes the wife pricked this one up a Bed, Bath and Beyond. Large clear non marring.https://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/store/product/oxo-good-grips-reg-all-purpose-squeegee/1042147855?Keyword=squeegeeAlan
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