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Removing Mop and Glo from Hardwood

I have brand new refinished floors and by accident Mop and Glo was put on. How do I get it off?

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Anonymous
February 6, 20160 found this helpful

My floors were done intentionally. I wil NEVER try anything on them except a vinegar & water mixture. It took me months to remove it as it got very ugly! I did this by actually getting down on my hands & knees & scrubbing it. I alternated with my floor steamer & I finally got it all off. Believe me when the manufacturer recommends only steaming they mean it.

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