Floor Cleaner


Kinfill Floor Cleaner takes great care of your floors and is created as an answer to the alarming problem with single-use plastics. The concentrate rates a PH of 6.8 on the acidity scale, meaning that it is close to neutral (7.0) and therefore safe to use on wooden floors, natural stone or concrete floors.

Select your fragrance:

Naturally refined

Sugar surfactants and citric acids replace palm oil and chlorides, making Kinfill's concentrates 100 per cent biodegradable and safe for you and the planet.


We design our formulas to be kind to your home, and our planet.

ethoxylated alcohol – alcohol ethoxylate propoxylate – alkyl amide ethoxylate – octylglucoside –  trisodium salt – isopropyl alcohol – bronopol – citric acid – natural fragrance

Product Features

Developed with purpose, Kinfill products are free from:

Palm-oil  – Aluminium – Formaldehyde – Phthalate – Gluten – Mineral oils – Paraben – Silicone – Sodium Lauryl Sulphate – Sulphate – Toluene – Soap

How to use

The Kinfill Floor Cleaner comes with a Forever glass bottle, a aluminium lid, one cleaning extract, and a rubber bottle protector.

Before you start cleaning:
1. Pour the complete Kinfill extract into the Forever bottle.
2. Fill the bottle up to it’s neck with cold water.
3. Now shake and your Kinfill 
cleaner is ready for use.
4. Dilute a dash of floor cleaner 
in a bucket of water and get started.

Kinfill Floor Cleaner is effective on many surfaces, including ceramic, chrome, concrete, granite, stainless steel, wood, marble.


✔ Order before 12:00 to receive tomorrow
✔ Worldwide shipping
✔ Orders can be returned within 14 days

A clean company

At Kinfill, we believe it is our responsibility to prioritise ethical, sustainable practices in all areas of what we do. That means:

Producing in The Netherlands, ethically-sourced ingredients, safety, sustainability, transparency, peace of mind and a clean conscience.

Not transporting water, testing on animals, harmful chemicals, palm oil, single-use plastics, fillers, chlorides, colourants and compromises.