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    Re: What Household Products Do You Use?

    Add me to the list of fans for Mr. Clean's magic eraser!!!
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    I lurve the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. That thing works wonders.

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    Re: What Household Products Do You Use?

    Quote Originally Posted by bewty;2736511;
    If there's a lot of build-up: Soft Scrub on a scouring pad and rinse really well. After you've done that, apply Rain-X (the stuff you use on car windshields). Everything glides right off and your doors will sparkle.
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    Re: What Household Products Do You Use?

    I need a little wood floor cleaning help. My condo that I just purchased has wood floors throughout the whole place. The building was built in 1910 and the original wood floors where restored right before I purchased it. There seems to be white cloudy areas around that I can't seem to get clean. Does anyone have anything good they use on their wood floors?

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    Re: What Household Products Do You Use?

    I had a friend with wood floors and she liked to use the OrangeGlo product.
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    Re: What Household Products Do You Use?

    I used a product with almond oil in it - smelled heavenly and left those floors glowing. I'm not sure the brand now - it was purchased at Target and I think it was their "store" brand. It was a wood floor cleanser, not simply an oil for conditioning, though they had that, too, and I did use it regularly as well. I'm pretty sure it has been discussed in this thread not too terribly long ago. Maybe a search?

    I miss my wood floors. My house was in a historic district, built in the 20's, with all original wood floors and trim. They were a pain to keep up, but the effort was worth it, IMO.

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    Re: What Household Products Do You Use?

    The product we use is called BonaK. It's a great product and in all the houses we've used it in it seems to work really well. Orange Glo is supposed to be made by the makers of BonaK, but personally I didn't think it worked quit as well. Others have said vinegar and water is a good choice.

    The BonaK is a cleaner and I think it preserves all at the same time.

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    Re: What Household Products Do You Use?

    Quote Originally Posted by remote_goddess;2750139;
    I used a product with almond oil in it - smelled heavenly and left those floors glowing. I'm not sure the brand now - it was purchased at Target and I think it was their "store" brand. It was a wood floor cleanser, not simply an oil for conditioning, though they had that, too, and I did use it regularly as well. I'm pretty sure it has been discussed in this thread not too terribly long ago. Maybe a search?

    I miss my wood floors. My house was in a historic district, built in the 20's, with all original wood floors and trim. They were a pain to keep up, but the effort was worth it, IMO.
    This is an amazing product.....almond-scented and cleans my pet-abused wood floors beautifully
    Amazon.com: Method Wood For Good Floor Care, Almond Scented - 25 Oz Bottle/Pack, 6 Packs/Case: Health & Personal Care

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    Thanks for that link for non-toxic home care, tinkerbell1130. I'm almost inspired to do some cleaning today. Actually a mysterious stain appeared on the living room rug-pet related? I'm going to try the vinegar and water on it.
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    Yardgnome ... if your floors were recently refinished, I might call the company back. Could it be that the cloudy area is due to a little polish that wasn't thoroughly buffed out?
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