What Kind of Wax Is for Hardwood Flooring?
Hardwood flooring installed before the 1970s often required wax applications to ensure floors were well-protected and retained their lustrous appearance. Most modern hardwood flooring has a protective polyurethane or urethane/acrylic topcoat that provides a layer of protection against damage and wear and tear; floors with these finishes should not be waxed. Make sure wax won't damage your hardwood floors by selecting a product that's specially formulated for wood flooring. Sweep, dust and clean your floor surface completely before you wax, or tiny dirt and dust particles will get trapped below the freshly waxed surface.
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