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Old 03-26-2011, 06:38 PM   #1
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Remove haze from wood floor


How do I remove the haze that Mop & Glo wood floor cleaner left on my mahogany wood floor?

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Remove haze from wood floor


A 50% water, 50% viniger solution should take it off. Use a rag on your hands and knees. I had a customer do the same thing to thier Brazilian Cherry. It looked fine afte she was done. From now on only use a wood floor cleaner or water to clean. Anything else will leave a residue and build up causing your floor to dull again.

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From now on only use a wood floor cleaner or water to clean. Anything else will leave a residue and build up causing your floor to dull again.

I agree. Use the solution, but after it is clean you must remove the residue from solution and clean it again with a wood cleaner like bona hardwood floor cleaner & keep using that as a weekly cleaner.

Also use the refresher every 6 months and that will keep your floors looking good for a long time.

(Side note: this applys as long as this is a urethane finished floor)
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