EDITION: Edgecombe County
FAQs PLACE A CLASSIFIED AD ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS
58 °
Fair
Registered Users, Log In Here
Wooden floors

Henry G. Clark

Posted 2:48 am, 09/07/2016

Hy, After lot's of time spending on Google, I found this website http://www.beststeammop.net/ with good hardwood floor cleaning information.

Henry G. Clark

Posted 12:36 am, 09/02/2016

Go to amazon and search for wooden shiner. Will get punch of product

MadameDutchess

Posted 8:57 pm, 01/11/2016

Unfortunately, the loss of the "shine" is due to the use of chemicals. Over time, these hardwood products strip the finish right off your floor. The only true way to replace the shine permanently is to have them refinished. I had the same issue a few years back and the only thing I use now to clean my hardwoods is vinegar and water. I certainly don't want to have to refinish them again because of me and my love of pinesol. Good luck!

jimmyrna

Posted 5:57 pm, 10/29/2015

Bona at Wally world works for me.

ncretiree

Posted 5:44 pm, 10/29/2015

Buy a bottle of Holloway House Quick Shine.

White hawk

Posted 9:24 pm, 10/26/2015

After the vinegar spray, small areas at a time, spray with Bona or Bruce wax, then use cleaning pad and buffing pad from either Bona or Bruce wood spray.

Don,t use too much vinegar water mixture at a time and get it up quickly or your floors will be damaged. Ours have been down 8 years+ and even in the kitchen still look like new.

Basking

Posted 9:06 pm, 10/26/2015

Wax it. Or if you can afford it, go with the laser finish

backwater

Posted 8:51 pm, 10/26/2015

Gilmore We use White Vinegar and Water mixture to maintain the gloss on our Hardwood floors.

happy gilmore

Posted 12:41 pm, 10/26/2015

I have prefinished wood floors and they have lost their shine. Does anybody know anything that I could use to help bring it back?

Your Reply

Your Username:

Your Password:


 
Add Reply
Cancel