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Old 08-14-2015, 11:19 AM   #1
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Washing the floor in our TT

Last Sunday we came home from our two weeks vacation at the Outer Banks in NC. This evening we are going camping for the weekend to clean our TT. I wonder how one washes the floor. We have some kind of wood floor. It looks real, but is not real and not laminated. I don't know how to describe the floor, but I hope you know what I mean.

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I wash mine on my hands and knees with bucket and sponge. I use a little Dawn in my water.
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That is what I would do, but when I called the service department of the RV dealership where we purchased our TT, I was told it isn't a good idea. Using a Swiffer would be better. I thought I would come here and seek advice/opinions from you all.
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I wash mine on my hands and knees with bucket and sponge. I use a little Dawn in my water.
I too wash by hand. Our Sunseeker 2300 is small so it only takes a few minutes. I use a cloth as to not get too much water on the floor.
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Our floor is practically throughout the TT, including the bathroom. The only areas that have carpet is underneath the couch and dining table with four chairs. It will take me a while to wash the floor.
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With a bucket on my hands and knees.
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If you have Congoleum Carefree ... Try "Congoleum Bright 'n Easy No-Rinse Spray Cleaner". Works beautifully!
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I use a Bissell steam mop after vacuuming the floor.
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Old 08-14-2015, 04:01 PM   #10
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Sponge mop, warm water, with small amount of vinegar.
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