Removing Orange Glo Wood Polish from Hardwood Floors?

I usually use Orange Glo to clean my wood floors, but apparently I mistook it for wood shiner. Now my all of my wood floors are super greasy! I tried cleaning with Dawn and vinegar, but there was not much change.


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February 17, 20200 found this helpful

Have you tried to use ammonia? Normally this works well. You need to fill a bucket with 1/2 gallon of water and 1 cup of ammonia. Then put the rag in the bucket and lay it on the floor for around 1 to 2 minutes to loosen up the orange glo. Now take a spray bottle with a window cleaner in it that has ammonia in the cleaner and spray this one the floor. You can now buff the rest out with paper towels.

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February 18, 20200 found this helpful

Use any wood floor cleaner that is gentle enough to take the buildup away without damage to your floors. If not cleaner you can use dawn/ or another dish detergent can remove build up!

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