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Haze on Hardwood Floors

How do I remove haze from hardwood floors?

By sherry from Blountville, TN

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Haze on Hardwood Floors

There is a line of products called Bona at Bed, Bath, and Beyond, also Sears. I used it once since I just got new hardwood floors, but it seems great. It came recommended by a friend that has beautiful hard wood floors that are probably 15 years old at least. (06/10/2009)

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By merlene smith

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April 26, 20171 found this helpful

I tried Bona too. Think that's what caused the hazing.

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May 11, 20180 found this helpful

Ive been using Bona for a while now on my engineered hardwood floors and major haze! In my opinion, you should stop using it right away. It looks great until the sun is shining on it and you can see the haze, especially when people start walking on it, it looks horrible.

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May 11, 20180 found this helpful

I would use diluted vinegar with warm water and a microfiber cloth.

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