Wooden flooring gives a modern look to any home, it is practical, it keeps warm and it is easy to maintain. Unfortunately, the wooden flooring gets stained easily with all sort of substances. For example, on my wooden flooring some black spots occured, and I don’t really know the cause. I tried to clean it with all sort of products but those disgusting black stains couldn’t be removed, until I found the magic ingredient: bleach.

Remove the black spots on wooden flooring with bleach

Black spots on the parquet can’t resist bleach. Trust me!

You need:
– a soft cotton cloth
– bleach

Soften the cloth in bleach and wipe out the stain using circular movements.
You’ll probably have to apply some pressure and rub a bit harshly, but don’t worry because bleach won’t ruin the wooden flooring. But those disgusting black spots will be definitely gone!

Tip: you can use an old toothbrush if the stain is small, or a carpet brush if the stain is bigger.