Removing Mop and Glo From Flooring

Unfortunately some floor care products can build up on your flooring and be difficult to remove. This is a guide about removing Mop and Glo from flooring.

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Question: Removing Mop and Glo from Tile Floor

By Connie 1

How do I get Mop and Glo wax off a tile floor?

By Connie from Roanoke, VA

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By Aria 3 Flag

June 11, 2010Best Answer

Ceramic tile? If so then try vinegar. If it's vinyl tile then you can pick up floor stripper from Sam's Club or Costco and follow the directions on the package.

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By Linda Gilbreath 4 Flag

June 13, 2010Best Answer

Ammonia! Mix half & half with water, use a very wet mop, let sit a minutes, voila! Wax all gone! Make sure to have lots of ventilation and do NOT mix with bleach!

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By Vicki Keyes 7 17 Flag

June 14, 2010Best Answer

Use AquaMix Heavy Duty Tile and Grout Cleaner, available at most floor covering stores or possibly at Lowe's or Home Depot. Follow directions carefully! Then, use Armstrong Once N Done to clean your tile, never anything that will "coat" your floor. If you want to protect your grout, use Sealer's Choice Gold (kind of expensive, but you'll only have to do it once every few years). It is great and you just "paint" your grout lines -- grout only, not tile.

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Question: Removing Mop & Glo Buildup on Wood Floors

What do I use to remove Mop & Glo build on my wood floors?

By Cheryl C.

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By Myrna 17 1,083 Flag

December 12, 2014

A strong solution of ammonia in mop water or hands and knees; your preference will remove wax build up on vinyl flooring. keep changing the water as it will soil quickly.

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Question: Cleaning and Shining an Old Kitchen Floor

I have question about rubberized based with thin wood looking top kitchen flooring. I don't know if it's actual rubber or just what type of material? This floor has been in a kitchen for close to 35 years or so and has had approximately the same amount of years of Mop & Glo applied to it from the time it was put in. As far as the owners know has never been stripped.

I am looking for a way of keeping the floor clean, and give it a shine "naturally" without leaving any type of layer or residue behind that could be scratched, marred or scraped by seats or chairs sliding across it or even a large dog romping and running across it and skidding leaving its nail marks on it. Is there any such way cleaning and shining a wood looking for that wouldn't leave a layer behind that a dogs nails would leave scrapes and scratches in it?

By Clayton

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Question: Removing Mop and Glo from Floor

By Glenda E. 1

How do I get Mop and Glo off of the floor?

By Glenda E.

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