Laminated wood flooring isn't as tough as hardwood flooring, so take care when cleaning. Sweep floors with a soft fluffy dust mop or a swifter type sweeper. Mop with a solution of 1/2 cup white vinegar to a gallon of water. Avoid ammonia, as it strips the finish.
Growing up, we had wood laminate floors. They weren't as nice as now, so we have to take special care with them. Mom used to mix water and a SMALL amount of Mr. Clean. Then use a DAMP sponge mop, and mop the floor. Not too wet!
Hot steam is a great cleaning tool for laminate floors. It does not leave water on the floor to ruin it and do not use chemicals that can damage the finish while removing dirt and dries almost instantly.
Laminate wood floors can be cleaned by creating a mixture of a gallon of warm water, one cup of lemon juice, and two squirts of a mild dish detergent. Use a soft cloth or mop when cleaning, no scrub brushes.