Remove Acrylic Wax and PolishFrom Hardwood Laminate Floors

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Owned And Operated
by a US Military Veteran

Wax Removal from Hardwood and Laminate Floors

Acrylic Wax, Wax/Polish Removal

You have beautiful hardwood, engineered or laminate floors that are your pride and joy, but either bad advice from a big box home improvement store or not monitoring the products your house keepers are using, you wake up one day and have a white milky haze on your floor and it feels sticky. You try to clean the orange glo, mop and glo, quickshine or rejuvenate off with all kinds of detergents or erasers and it takes you hours to remove the wax completely from a very small area. It's an impossible task to restore your floors to their original glory. DFW Steam cleaning can remove most of the wax from your hardwood or laminate floors with a sand-less process.  Sand, stain and re-coat is a last resort, especially for hand scraped floors.  Its a costly, dusty process and most floors don't have enough wood to sand.  DFW Steam Cleaning can remove the wax chemically with no damage to the underlying polyurethane coating and restore your wood and laminate floors to their like new stock finish.   

Dallas House Keepers and Maids

While most house keepers and companies supply their own products to clean with, unfortunately, they are also typically the wrong products. Whether for hardwood, tile or stone, you need to insure the correct products are used to maintain your beautiful home.  Our advice is not to let house keepers, maids or maid services use their products on your expensive wood or natural stone.  The fact is, they don't know how to properly maintain those floors not do they know the proper detergents and cleaners to use to maintain your hard surface investment. 

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