Is Quick Shine Safe for a Wood Floor?

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Is Quick Shine Safe for a Wood Floor?
Quick Shine Floor Finish also works on laminate flooring. (Jupiterimages/ Images)

Hardwood floors lose their lustre over time when exposed to everyday foot traffic and cleaning agents. Holloway House, the manufacturer of the Quick Shine line, designed its polymer floor finish for both sealed and unsealed hardwood floors, in addition to tile floors.


Quick Shine Floor Finish is designed to restore the original glossiness of your hardwood floor. This floor finish product also provides a barrier designed to protect your hardwood floor from scratches.


To maintain your sealed hardwood floor's lustre, Holloway House recommends applying Quick Shine Floor Finish every two to four months with a mop or microfiber cloth. The manufacturer does not recommend using all-purpose cleaners or cleaning solutions containing chemicals like ammonia to clean your wood floor, as these agents potentially reduce the effectiveness of Quick Shine Floor Finish.


Quick Shine Floor Finish does not clean your floors, so you need to clean hardwood areas before applying this product. Holloway House also makes Quick Shine Floor cleaners for use on hardwood flooring. Wood floors that have environmental damage may not benefit from Quick Shine Floor Finish.

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