Tiles are low-maintenance and stain-resistant, making them suitable for bathroom and kitchen floors. Vinyl is a sort of floor, which is thicker and more comfortable to stand on for extended spans than hard surfaces such as wood and tile. So it’s prone to scratching against abrasion, this softness makes vinyl lasting than hard floors. It can also develop a dull movie if you use soap, so a mild acidic cleanser works.
Sweep the floor. Instead, use a mop or vacuum cleaner designed for hard surfaces.
Pour 1 cup of white or apple cider vinegar into a 1-gallon bucket. Fill out the bucket the rest of the way with hot water.
Dip a mop and wring it out well. Mop the floor rinsing the mop frequently.
Wet a soft cloth or sponge with hot water, wring it out and put in a splash of vinegar. Wipe around baseboards and other hard-to-reach spots.
Clean any residual stains and scuff marks with rubbing alcohol or mineral spirits on a soft cloth or sponge.