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Post# 434839   11/11/2020 at 19:06 by kirboover (Watertown South Dakota)        

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Do any of you guys know what the best floor wax is for a house with tile, laminate, and linoleum?




Post# 434953 , Reply# 1   11/13/2020 at 16:41 by sanitaire (anchorage, alaska)        

has the floor been scrubbed or stripped too a bare floor prior too applying a new coat of finish? U can always go too a custodial supply place, but they may want u too buy a whole case of wax.. local home depo or lowes has zep brand by the gallon. it's decent stuff. speaking from a custodial career for 20yrs.being in a non commercial setting U doubt you will be buffing it? some places choose a wax with less solids, but they buff it more then once a week. some have 20 percent solids or higher and buff only a little bit.. good luck.

Post# 434954 , Reply# 2   11/13/2020 at 17:22 by huskyvacs (Indiana)        

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Commercial stuff is in a formula that has to be buffed and polished biweekly.

I always used Brite on my linoleum. They stopped making it in 2013 or so, but you can buy old stock on eBay, it is still good. I just cleaned with ammonia and mopped dry then waxed. Never buffed it after, it stays shiny for a few months depending on foot traffic. The new stuff has no Teflon in it and it does not give a glossy wet shine, and it makes the floor look ugly.


Post# 435069 , Reply# 3   11/15/2020 at 16:58 by kirbyklekter (Concord,Ca.)        
If the floors

are a bit worn, a second coat of polish really makes a difference. It depends on what you're using. Some products you can re-coat in an hour or so, others say 24hrs. between coats. The relative humidity has a lot to do with drying times.

I've used commercial products that say not to walk on finished area for at least 24hrs. and up to a week before moving furniture around on the floor! So many formulations so little time! Where I once cleaned apartments they used Mop & Glo, Brite,Armstrong and one I don't see anymore,"Future" DEP has some good products.

If you buy from a janitorial supply business make sure to read the application instructions before buying. Some have you washing twice with a special cleaner/stripper,then rinsing three times and then drying 12 hours to over night before you even think about using the polish. This is for wood floors. Some require mask wearing and plenty of ventilation. Use a good lint free applicator too! Bonn is another good consumer grade floor care brand with several different finishes for finished wood flooring.


Post# 435712 , Reply# 4   12/1/2020 at 13:44 by Kirboover (Watertown South Dakota)        
Well

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I would like to use my Electrolux floor pro, anything for that

Post# 435721 , Reply# 5   12/1/2020 at 17:08 by kirbyklekter (Concord,Ca.)        
The Aerus Store

Aerus and Electrolux Tile Floor Polish - The Aerus Store
www.theaerusstore.com... products tile-floor-polish-1...
Genuine Home Solutions Tile & Terrazzo Floor Polish is specifically made for all models of the Aerus & Electrolux Floor Pro Shampooer/Polisher.
$12.79 ‎In stock

You could start with this:
Aerus and Electrolux Tile Floor Polish - The Aerus Store
www.theaerusstore.com products tile-floor-polish-1...

I'm sorry I tried to make you a hyperlink to click but I need more practice. Pulls bag over head. Hope this helps! Billy

P.S. Oh wait it did work,yeah!


Post# 435727 , Reply# 6   12/1/2020 at 18:10 by Thevacomaticiec (Bathurst )        

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I use futurw wax whit the lamb wool pads whit my Aerus lux floor pro .Btw you use a spray bottle right u dont put wax in thank am i right i usualy spray it by hand buff whit floor pro.




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