Use Woca Master Soap Natural, 5L, for cleaning wood floors, regardless of wood species and surface treatment. Master Soap is especially suitable for frequently cleaned large areas of wood floors. When cleaning with Woca Master Soap Natural, the floor should also be regularly maintained with Woca Natural Soap or Woca Maintenance Gel to replenish and maintain the hard-wearing oil treated floor.
Diluting concentrated Woca Master Soap:
- Ideal for frequent cleaning on large areas of oiled wood flooring.
- Alternate cleaning cycles with Woca Natural Soap, or Natural Maintenance Gel to replenish water and wear resistant properties of Woca Oil.
- Apply Woca Natural Master Soap manually or with floor cleaning machine.
- pH Value: 9.4-10
- Coverage: 17,000 to 21,500 squre feet / 5-Liter bottle
- Dilution Ratio: 1:40 Accurate dilution ration is important. See below for additional dilution information.
- Clean mop and buckets with warm water and soap after cleaning floor.
- Damp mop floor using a cotton string mop such as Woca Swep Mop. Never use synthetic or microfiber mops.
- Reference your specific Woca Oil label instructions for wait time before cleaning with Woca Soap or Woca Master Soap.
- Sweep and vacuum prior to cleaning to remove loose dirt.
- Woca Master Soap - Technical Data Sheet
- Woca Master Soap - Safety Data Sheet
- Woca Master Soap is only available in Natural, 5-Liter.
Directions for Cleaning:
- 2-gallons warm water : 6.4 oz Woca Soap (just over 3/4 cup)
- 3-gallons warm water : 9.6 oz Woca Soap (just under 1-1/4 cups)
- 4-gallons warm water : 12.8 oz Woca Soap (just over 1-1/2 cups)
- Gently shake bottle before use.
- If using auto scrub machine, trail mop to lift excess cleaning solution from floor.
- For mop & bucket cleaning - In one bucket, mix a solution according to dilution ratios above or on product label. Pour warm water in a second bucket to be used as rinse water.
- Dip a clean mop in the soap solution. Wring mop so it retains enough moisture to dampen a 5-ft x 8-ft section of flooring. Spread cleaning solution across the section of floor then mop the area. Do not flood wood floor with cleaning solution! For very dirty spots, let the solution set for a few minutes, then come back to the spot and scrub with a dish scrubbing brush. Continue mopping until the mop head becomes dirty or is not moist enough to thoroughly clean.
- Wipe up dirty cleaning solution with a mop head that has been tightly wrung out.
- Dip the mop in the warm water bucket to rinse dirty mop. Slosh around very well. Wring mop head as much as possible. This helps to keep the cleaning solution from becoming dirty. If floor is very dirty, you may need to do this before wiping up dirty cleaning solution and again after. Change rinse waster when it becomes too dirty to clean mop head.
- Dip the mop in the soap solution again and wring until just damp so you do not flood the floor and clean the next section of flooring.
- Repeat the process until the entire floor has been cleaned.
- Floor should be dry within 5 to 15 minutes. If water is still visible on the floor surface after 2-3 minutes, the mop was too wet during the cleaning process and you should wring mop more. Go back to previously cleaned areas and wipe up excess water with a well-wrung mop before continuing to clean.