Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 114
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Michele Worst product ever for wood floors!
This product looked freat day #1, but has ruined our wood floors. Once we started walking on it (several hours after applying) it created spots/marks all over that we are unable to clean off (cleaning too hard will actually rub the polish off too!). WORST EVER!! Now I'm at a loss how to get my beautiful floors back without having them re-sanded, etc. STAY AWAY FROM THIS PRODUCT!!
May 20, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by blb00a Buyer Beware
I've been using the Bona Hardwood Floor Cleaner on our polyurethane-coated hardwood floors for 5 years with no issues, so I decided to try the polish. It looked great at first - our floors were smooth and shiny. But after a few monthly applications, a white film formed on our floor. After weeks of scrubbing on my hands and knees and calling various flooring companies for advice, I ended up having to hire someone to come clean and buff all of our floors at the cost of $250! He advised me to the throw the polish away and never use it again, and also mentioned that a floor cleaner called Zep works just as well as Bona and is less expensive. I'll be switching brands once I run out of Bona cleaner.
June 17, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Jippy Not worth the price!
For the price of this product I was expecting good or better results. I saw no difference in this product than using a $3.00 product to polish my floors.
June 14, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by lahhowell Do not use
I used this on my hard wood floors I followed the instructions to a T. at first my floors looked so nice and polished. but now I have smears from every foot print/dog print that i can not just wipe off. This ruined my floors DO NOT USE
May 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Erika Please, spare your knees and money
I began using Bona floor cleaner, and had no problems. Over time I decided I wanted to add some shine to my engineered hardwood, so I went out and bought this polish. It was extremely easy to apply and looked wonderful for a few weeks until I went to clean my floors of smudges, dirt, etc. The polish began to remove in certain areas, making the floor very splotchy and clouded with gray polish residue. I tried to remove the polish by scrubbing VERY hard with the floor pad.. it was a tremendous strain on both mine and my fiances back. Desperate for help and advice, I searched google on how to get this polish removed. Mostly bona floor polish remover came up (also with terrible reviews) but I refused to buy another product from the same company that ruined my floors in the first place. So I searched deeper. A lot of sites said to scrub with warm water and vinegar or windex, in which I had neither. So I literally got on my hands and knees and began scrubbing square foot by square foot with just warm water. It took about 1.5 hours to get the polish removed, 1 hour to get the residue out of each and every crack (some still remains), and another 45 minutes to clean the streaks off from the water with Method's almond floor cleaner and a microfiber cloth. PLEASE do NOT buy this product. I threw away every single Bona product from my house today. I still have to do my foyer and I am absolutely dreading it. I honestly do not know how this product has not been pulled from the market.
May 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Joy123 Wished I had done my research!!!!
I have had used Bona floor cleaner on my floors for about 12 years. Then I saw the Bona floor polish. I wished I had never seen this product. This has ruined my floors I have tried to remove this and it will not remove. All the reviews, I have read about the floor polish remover state that it is ineffective. So i would strongly suggest that you not buy this floor polish.
March 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mary great product
floor look beautiful after use of this product I would recommend.
May 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Mematdelta Caution if you didnot install your floors!
We purchased this product to use on the hardwoodfloors in an existing home that we had purchased. This product caused the floors to become hazy and we hab to scrub it three times to get it up. In the fine print is a note to not use on floors that have been oiled or covered with acrylic. I did not previously own this house, so how am I supposed to onow what has been used on the floor? A bigger warning would be helpful!!!
April 26, 2016