Buying Johnson's Glo-Coat Floor Wax?

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December 24, 2014

Where do you buy Glo Coat wax for tile floors?

By Rick


December 24, 20140 found this helpful

If you search online, you will find that the product was last manufactured in 1988 and is not available as as most floors are now no wax.

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January 27, 20170 found this helpful

You can't buy Johnson's "Glo-Coat" or "Klear" anymore, but the absolute original formula is used in "Johnson's One Step No Buff Wax" it is a professional product but can be pitched easily on line. It has all kinds of solvents in it that you should not inhale (that's why they took it off the shelves, but that's why it works so well) By the way, Malco Products has purchased the rights to manufacture the original "Jubilee Kitchen Wax" one of my favorite cleaning products.


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April 5, 20171 found this helpful

I remember the days in Army basic Training when a spit-shine on my boots was for an inspection in 15 minutes! I would quickly reach for my hidden flask of Glo-Coat & cotton balls and boots had that impressive dazzling shine. Sorry that they don't make it anymore as its creamy consistency adhered to shoe wax perfectly!

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March 1, 20190 found this helpful

Your comment reminded me of my Army Guard Mount. Being very hot and humid, spit shined boot toes clouded over in seconds.
Glo Coat and cotton ball application kept a mirror shine guaranteed.

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May 18, 20200 found this helpful

I have an old bottle that shows a 1990 copyright. Glad for the shoe polish tip.

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April 2, 2009

Where can I purchase J & J Hard Gloss-Glo coat floor wax?

By brashare


April 18, 20090 found this helpful

I don't believe Johnson & Johnson has made Glo Coat for years. Here is a link to their webpage where you can see what products they now make by clicking the links on the left.


In most stores you won't find many floor waxes, since most floors are now no-wax. You can probably find Mop and Glo, but if you want regular floor wax, you might find some at Home Depot.

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January 9, 20101 found this helpful

If I am not mistaken, GloCoat was made by SC Johnson (Johnson Paste Wax, Pledge) not Johnson and Johnson.

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January 9, 20101 found this helpful

Johnson One Step No Buff took the place of GloCoat. Available on-line and at some hardware stores.

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November 25, 20141 found this helpful

Johnson and Johnson NEVER made Glo-Coat. That was Johnson's Glo-Coat. You need a time machine to go back to the 60's to find this product.

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November 25, 20141 found this helpful

Glo-Coat was made by Johnson's Wax, and they advertised aggressively on Fibber McGee and Molly's radio program, which I am coincidentally listening to right now.

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March 10, 2013

Where can I purchase the original Glo Coat floor wax for wood floors?

By kim c. lindsey


March 18, 20140 found this helpful

Where do I find hard gloss glo coat wax?

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