Removing Haze From Wood Flooring

Removing dull haze on poly wood floor from Orange Glo.

Jessica from Westminster, MD


Removing Haze From Wood Flooring

Orange Glo has CITRIC ACIDS in it and it's possible that it MAY have


REMOVED polymer from the wood flooring and may even cause
staining from the orange in the product. I would contact a licensed
flooring installer and asked them what you can do. Most of these kinds flooring say to clean with a damp mop or use only soap and water.
Good luck (04/25/2008)

By anbsmommy

Removing Haze From Wood Flooring

I used Johnson's NO BUFF AND WAX from Lowes's. Use a soft cloth to apply evenly. DO NOT USE A SPONGE MOP.
I tried everything, including the vinegar water but that didn't work either. (05/05/2008)


Removing Haze From Wood Flooring

Thanks for the help, I had tried so many things and spent so many hours on my hands and knees, but I finally found my solution. Windex. It took all the haze off and my floors look great.

Thanks again. (05/06/2008)

By Jessica


August 3, 20160 found this helpful

How did you clean with winded?

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