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How to Mix Vinyl?

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To mix vinyl mix 1 cup vinegar and a few drops of baby oil in 1 gallon warm water for the usual floor. For tough jobs, add 1/4 cup borox. Use sparingly on lineoleum. For wood surfaces: apply a thin coat of 1:1 vegetable oil and vinegar and rub in well. To mix vinyl for painted wood: mix 1 teaspoon washing soda into 1 gallon (4L) hot water and finally for brick and stone tiles: mix 1 cup white vinegar in 1 gallon (4L) water; rinse with clear water.
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