Pebble tech is very porous and traps food and other microbial contaminants. These types of floors should be cleaned with the proper antimicrobial soaps to suppress microbial action. Cleaning should be done with rotary power scrubbing and then a high pressure steam rinse and vacuum dry. You can also do an anti-microbial and deodorizer application.
I hope you mean to do that like every 6 months or so. I need to know how to clean it every week? When I do my weekly cleaning how do I clean the pebble tech floor. I have never had one before. Is it ok to use like a dry or wet swiffer on it? Thanks
I am sure that as long as you do a proper clean, every 6 months or so, using a swiffer, whether it be wet or dry, is fine.
Vacuum your floor weekly as you would carpet. This will remove any loose soil. Use a hoover steam vac for a more serious clean. The epoxy coating on the stone does not promote bacterial growth and is allergy free. With a good bare floor cleaner and warm water food material is easily lifted and removed. If you want to take it to the next level a hot water extraction cleaning like those used on carpet will do an excellent job at cleaning and sterilizing your floor.
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