Archive for the ‘Wood Floor Waxing Blogs’ Category

The difference between Natural Hardwax and Water-based Lacquers?

Posted on December 28th, 2010 In: Blog, Wood Floor Waxing Blogs

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Choosing between Natural hardwax ad water- based lacquers is perhaps one of the toughest decisions one needs to make with regard to wooden floors. No doubt, both options have their pros and cons. But, you need to make the decision ased on your specific requirements. Natural Hardwax As the name suggests, natural hardwax is made […]

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Wood Floor Sanding & Maintenance Tips for the DIY lovers?

Posted on November 12th, 2010 In: Blog, Wood Floor Waxing Blogs

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If you have a beautiful home, you just cannot sit back and admire it. Maintenance the key to a well kept admirable home always. Wood floor sanding needs to be paid attention to. So all the DIY lovers, here are a few maintenance tips for you. Cleaning It is essential to clean the old layers […]

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Double Protection

Posted on August 25th, 2010 In: Blog, Wood Floor Waxing Blogs

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Most oiled floors are now pre-finished (or finished on site) with hardwax oil.  This 2 in 1 product combines natural oil (for long term protection) with bees hardwax (for the wear and tear layer). Modern hardwax penetrates the wood, giving moisture resistance, but allowing it to ‘breathe’. A final hardwax layer makes the wear and […]

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Maintain the Finish

Posted on August 19th, 2010 In: Blog, Wood Floor Waxing Blogs

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* use polish on varnished/lacquered or oiled/wax floors. Shake the bottle and sprinkle the polish undiluted over your floor. Spread it out with an applicator and leave to dry for 10 – 15 minutes. * on dull oiled/wax floors, one or two coats of hard wax (power wax) repays the elbow grease.  Scoop out a […]

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Stains and Marks

Posted on August 18th, 2010 In: Blog, Wood Floor Waxing Blogs

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To remove stains on a wood floor, always start at the outer edge and work towards the middle. Wax floors: To remove heel marks, rub in a little wax with fine steel wool and hand-buff to a shine. For ink stains, apply household bleach or vinegar.  After an hour, rinse with a damp cloth, wipe […]

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