If you floor is new, and still under warranty, be sure to use the mfgrs. recommended cleaner. Once it's out of warranty, use whatever home remedy you choose.
I bring this up because I know someone that put a piston rod through their F-150 pick-up truck whilst still under warranty AND using a cheap motor oil. When he took the truck to be checked out by Ford, they tested the oil and said he wasn't using a 'recommended oil'. Hence, he had to pay for 'the fix'. The same principle applies to you. If your floor discolors or you stain your rugs and cabinets with your cleaner, you'll probably think the floor mfgr. is responsible. (You have to clean the floors, right?)