# Domestic cleaning products and types of solvents [closed]

I have a floor cleaner which washes and vacuums the floortiles. The instructions advise not to use solvent cleaners with it. My understanding is that even water is a solvent. The manufacturers/agents will just try to sell me their product. I want to use cheap domestic solutions (eg. Sugar Soap, Pinoclean, Bar Keepers Friend). Can anyone advise please? At present I use just hot water, sodium bicarbonate ($\ce{NaHCO3}$) and vinegar of a small amount of washing up liquid. Thanks.

• The manufacturer likely means that solvents shouldn't be use. Solvents likely stands for non water based detergents and stuff such a varnish removers... – Alchimista Apr 5 '18 at 10:03