If you style your hair every day with hairspray, chances are the same fine sticky mist that keeps your locks "glued" in place is also sticking to your linoleum floor. Day after day, this buildup can get worse until one day, your floor is coated in gunky residue. Wet feet on the floor just makes it worse. Take care of it with some simple non-toxic household products.
Sweep the floor, then clean using a standard soap and water solution. Rinse with water to remove soapy residue.
Stir 1/2 cup of baking soda and 4 cups of water in a bowl to dissolve.
Saturate a soft cloth, sponge or towel in the water and baking soda solution, then rub it into the sticky area on the linoleum.
Pour a small amount of the solution directly onto the floor and allow it to stand for a couple of minutes if the buildup is particularly stubborn or thick.
Wipe away residue with clean towel or cloth.
Repeat the application of baking soda and water as needed. Let it stand, and remove the residue with another clean towel or cloth.
Create a thick paste from lemon juice and baking soda and apply it to the floor with a scrub brush, if further cleaning power is needed to completely remove the residue.
Rinse the surface thoroughly with clean water and towels, and allow it to dry.