High end congolium - what a joke.
I am so disgusted. Last year I had new flooring installed in my bathroom. I chose a high-grade congolium (sp?) because I was told it would wear well. I asked the installer what kind of cleaner I should use. He said that water mixed with white vinegar worked well. So that is what I used. For the last four months my floor has looked terrible. It grabs the dirt and hard scrubbing doesn't remove it. There is only my husband and I living here and we rarely wear shoes in the house and there are no pets.
My other bathroom has an older smooth congolium and it looks as good as the day we installed it, which incindentally, was just a flooring remnant as it is a small bathroom. At the time I was shopping for new flooring I inquired about getting the same type of flooring but was told by the owner that that type of smooth flooring isn't being manufactured any more. Has anyone else had this problem with their congolium? Can you suggest a better cleaner? I can't afford to have this flooring ripped out after only a year's use even though it now looks like its been there for at least ten years.