Floor Cleaning and Maintenance Kit
Save over $30 when you buy this kit containing four of our most popular floor cleaning products! Includes Oranges '95, plus Touch of Oranges, plus 60" mop handle with microfiber pad, plus amazing new chenille duster.
Product Description"Fast and Easy" Hardwood and Laminate Floor Cleaning Package
Here is everything you need to clean hardwood and laminate floors and maintain their beauty:
Buy this entire package and you'll save almost $40 compared to buying these products separately!
Are you wondering what is the best way to clean that old hardwood or laminate floor? Wonder no more! This complete kit is designed to help you quickly and easily make those floors look fantastic, then keep them looking good with a minimum of muss and fuss.
First you'll want to make sure the floor is as clean as possible. For floors that have accumulated a lot of ground-in dirt or grease or stains, use our concentrated Oranges '95 cleaner in combination with our labor-saving Microfiber Mop. The Oranges '95 is concentrated... do NOT use full strength on your floor! Mix a half-cap of Oranges '95 into a gallon of water and you'll have an amazing cleaning solution guaranteed to remove the most stubborn grime from your floor. Remember to wring out the mop head water so you don't leave water behind on the floor! And you can use the Oranges '95 on ANY washable surface.
Once your floors are clean you'll want to restore moisture and shine using Touch of Oranges with our amazing new Chenille Microfiber Mop Head. This is the newest microfiber on the market! And remember that the Touch of Oranges can be used on ANY wood surface to restore that 'like new' look... even your kitchen cabinets and furniture!
There you go... doesn't it feel great to have fantastic looking floors again? As needed, spritz a bit of Touch of Oranges onto the Chenille Mop to remove dust and keep those floors looking warm and inviting all the time.
Note: Steam Mops, We do not recommend using a steam mop on wood or laminate floors! You do not want to get the steam and water down into the grain of the wood which could cause water damage and mold to the wood.