You can sponge mop your vinyl, tile, stone, and marble floors. But did you know hardwood floors should be treated differently? Sponge mops can leave water pooling on your floors which can damage the wood over time. Not only that but some of the household floor cleaners you may be using could make your hardwood floors tacky and dull. Not to worry though, we’re here to help.

Cleaning Multiple Types of Flooring

If you have multiple types of flooring in your home, you’re probably thinking, oh great, another product to store and more time needed to clean. Actually, caring for your hardwood floors is more manageable and does not take up as much space as you may think. Our Infuse Spray Mop is the perfect solution for all your floor care needs because spray mops evenly distribute water onto your floors without pooling, allowing your floors to stay in good shape. Infuse has a SaferShine cleaning solution for both sealed hardwood and multi-surface floor cleaning, helping them to sparkle and shine. Not only that, if you do have multiple floor types, our multi-surface concentrated cleaner can be used on hardwood flooring. Each pocket-sized Infuse floor cleaning concentrate makes 26oz of cleaner, just add water, which saves you space and reduces plastic waste, unlike some of our competitors who use large cleaning solution bottles. Also, unlike our competitors, we don’t use single-use mop pads. Our Infuse mop uses a reusable and washable microfiber mop pad that can be washed 100+ times and replaces the use of 400 single-use mop pads. Not only that, but the Infuse mop pad features scrubbing strips for tougher spot cleaning. Who doesn’t like a 2-in-1 solution?

Sweeping Your Floors is better than Vacuuming

Another essential thing to remember when cleaning your hardwood floors is that it’s better to sweep than to vacuum. The rotating brush on the vacuum can cause scratches to your hardwood floors. Meaning you may need to refinish them sooner than the recommended 3-5 years. If you find yourself needing to vacuum, make sure it is one without the rotating brush or use the hose attachments for large debris pick-up.

So whether you spot clean every day or deep clean with a mop each week, the Infuse Spray Mop is perfect for all your floor care cleaning needs.


  1. Sponge Mops are damaging to hardwood floors.
  2. Spray Mops allow for even distribution of water, keeping your floors in better shape.
  3. Infuse SaferShine cleaning solutions can be used on all hard floor surfaces.
  4. The Infuse Mop Pad can be washed 100+ times and replaces the use of 400 single-use mop pads.
  5. Sweeping is better than vacuuming.
  6. Hardwood floors need refinishing every 3-5 years.