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Old 04-15-2019, 01:48 PM   #1
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Cleaning “sandpaper” floors

We have a 2014 18EC. The floors are some kind of rough, anti skid coating. Does anyone have an idea how to clean them? A mop won’t work. I thought about a long handled scrubber but I don’t know how to rinse. Would it hurt to just spray out and then dry with a blower? ~Teresa
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Old 04-20-2019, 07:25 AM   #2
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I swept mine out with a stiff broom, then I started in the bathroom on my hands & knees & my butt with a real stiff brush, a bucket of soapy water & a shop vac to keep it vacuumed up as I scrubbed.

It took a while & it was a pain but I got it clean. Then I got a patio rug that you normally use on the outside & put it down to keep some of the mess contained.
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Our 2104s has linoleum wood look floors that are grooved so that it looks and feels like real barnwood under your feet and is no-slip. I don't know if it would work for you, but I use a Shark stick vacuum instead of a broom for cleaning/keep up the sand and dirt, and a swiffer mop for mopping. For any bad spot, ahead of swiffer-mopping, I do the hands/knees scrub thing, but only for spot cleaning. Otherwise the swiffer mop does the trick.
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Old 04-20-2019, 10:14 AM   #4
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I swept mine out with a stiff broom, then I started in the bathroom on my hands & knees & my butt with a real stiff brush, a bucket of soapy water & a shop vac to keep it vacuumed up as I scrubbed.

It took a while & it was a pain but I got it clean. Then I got a patio rug that you normally use on the outside & put it down to keep some of the mess contained.
That’s kind of what I thought would be involved. Guess I have a project.
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