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Use bleach. Mix 2 tablespoons of bleach with 1 1/2 cups of water. Dip a clean cloth into the solution and apply to the walls and floor. Leave for 1/2 an hour. Rinse the walls and floor with water. This should work.
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The first step is to never buy a a mop and a glo again. If you have a flooring product that is as effective as them, then by all means, replace them with the new product. Otherwise, just wait for the mop and glo residue to dry out on its own. This could take a few days or a week depending on the humidity of the room. If you have pets, then you may want to try using a steam cleaner. This will not only remove the leftover residue, but also sanitize the area and kill any germs or dust mites.

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