Removing Wax on Ceramic Tile Floors

I used a product called Rejuvenate for my ceramic tiles. The master bathroom floor has dull blotches from this product. I am unable to remove the product from the floor. Rejuvenate has said to use a Windex product with out ammonia. That did not work. Has anyone used this product? Some of the tiles are OK and others look dull and have the appearance of water drops. I would not endorse the product.

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January 9, 20151 found this helpful

I have the same problem, but is on my wood floor and linoleum. The linoleum floor has turned off white and where rugs go has transferred the color of the rugs to the rejuvenate layer. I have spilled nail polish remover on a few spots and that removed the rejuvenate in that spot only.

I don't think that cleaning my entire floor with nail polish remover is smart but would love to know if someone has real ideas on removing this product. I will never use rejuvenate ever again, it has ruined my floors. I have been looking for something to remove this product for about 7 years with no luck. I have even taken a sander to one of my floors, which took the product off but in some places took the top layer of linoleum too. This was not a good idea either but that floor is no longer yellow!

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March 16, 20160 found this helpful

Floor stripper will remove this product off the floor and then use neutral rinse and the floor will look new again. Bill

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August 28, 20160 found this helpful

I use rejuvenate every year. I use a floor stripper solution from Menards and scrub my floors clean and then reseal with rejuvenate...

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December 4, 20160 found this helpful
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I also used Rejuvinate products. Tried everything they suggested. Hired Stanley Steamer and it came right off. Floors are clean and bright now.

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August 15, 20170 found this helpful

Same problem here but ceramic tile. Need help.

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January 8, 20180 found this helpful

What type of floors do you have? Name of the stripper product you use on your floors.

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Anonymous
April 21, 20160 found this helpful

you can not stain ceramic tile easily.. i donot know that product but if you have original container then look see if it is water based or poly...difference is water and floor stripper will work but poly needs (misnamed) a heavy duty degreaser that will have to be ordered from a cleaning company

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August 9, 20170 found this helpful

I just spent over 60 hours removing a wax suggested by lowes floor specialist. After numerous attempts with different products, I has to go tobstreaght ammonia. Wear a mask for house whole cleaning products from Walmart. Thick HEAVY DUTY gloves from the dollar tree.

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Buy a 15 pack of Basic bounty paper towels. I wore goggles. Pour straight ammonia let it sit 3 minutes. Wipe up the wax with paper towels. I cleaned the area with Fabulose, used as directed, then I steamed the area with my shark steamer. A machine just loosens and smears the wax all over your floors.

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