Laminate floors are durable, come in a variety of colors and designs, and best of all, are easy to clean. They are a great low-maintenance choice for flooring. Though you could spend a fortune on various cleaning products that can leave chemical streaks behind, cleaning your laminate floors brilliantly and without streaks involves only using a few household items, thanks to laminate's non-porous surface and stain-resistant qualities.
Mix 1 gallon of warm water with 2 to 3 tbsp. of regular household vinegar. Pour the mixture into a spray bottle. If your floor is especially dingy, you can use up to 4 tbsp. of vinegar, but too much can leave your room with an unpleasant odor.
Spray the homemade cleaner directly on your floor and use a mop to scrub it. Dirt and grime should come up easily, and you will not see any streaks.
Rinse the mop with warm water and then go over the floor once again to pick up any residue left behind.
Allow the floor to dry naturally.