Ok, so let's just say I had a StarSan mishap on the Pergo type fake wood floor in the closet. It probably dripped a 1/4" out of the StarSan lid onto the floor and sat there a week. I thought I had cleaned it up pretty well using a rag and water but I'm afraid I have not. It seems like if I get it a little wet it almost just suds up on the floor and the area is white.
Suggestions on trying to get that out of/off the floor and clean it up? I think part of the problem is it may have gotten in the seam as well.
Looking for advice. Learned my lesson to be a little more careful with this stuff which I new already and thus the reason I put it in the closet.
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It does'nt matter is its water or starsan. If it gets in the seam long enough it will swell. The only way to fix it is to replace it. From a professional flooring installer. Wipe it off best you can with a damp towel over and over. Maybe it will work.
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