I would remove all the solution with an old squeegee rubber first - & plenty of towels, don't let it drip on any delicate surfaces. Be ready to throw away any towels you use as well. Then use your good squeegee once you've mopped up & flushed the chemical away. Sorry to sound so scary, but it ain't nice stuff to work with. I don't enjoy working with it, but it does the job. I'd much rather work with one restore if I could get it here.