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Bona 32 oz. Low-Gloss Hardwood Floor Polish
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Bona

32 oz. Low-Gloss Hardwood Floor Polish

$1797 /each

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Bona Hardwood Floor Polish restores the shine while offering protection against wear. The durable, urethane acrylic blend has an exceptionally fast dry time and no waxy build-up. Adds a low satin gloss protective layer and fills in micro scratches, evening out the appearance of your floor for a refreshed new look. Use every 1-4 months to keep floors revitalized and looking their best. Covers 500 sq. ft.

  • Adds a fast drying protective layer and fills in micro-scratches
  • Evens out the appearance of the floor
  • Specially designed for wood floors, including factory-prefinished floors
  • GreenGuard certified

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Can this be used on engineered hard wood floors?

Asked by: RAG
Hi RAG, You will love our Bona Hardwood Floor Polish on your Engineered hard wood floors, as long as your floor is sealed or finished, and unwaxed or unoiled. Surfaces should be sealed including the grout lines, unsealed stone or grout lines may cause staining. Bona Floor Polishes’ urethane-acrylic blend evens out the floor's appearance, restores the shine and provides a durable wear layer for protection. Bona Polishes may also be used to fill in minor scratches and to even out the sheen of a floor. It is not recoatable with polyurethane finishes or Bona Refresher. Use every 2-4 months to keep floors looking their best. Always refer to the instructions before using the Polish and be sure to do a test area before coating the entire floor. It is important to apply the polish with our Microfiber Applicator Pad; it looks like lamb’s wool. Here is a link to our instruction video of how to apply the Bona Polishes: https://us.bona.com/iWantTo/care-for-my-floor/How-to-Polish-Hardwood-Floors.html Best regards, Bona Call Center
Answered by: Bona US
Date published: 2017-02-06

This product caused my floor to become very dull and streaky. What can I use to remove it?

This product caused my floor to become very dull and streaky. What can I use to remove it?
Asked by: AJ
try ammonia or speak with a HD hardwood floor specialist. ammonia worked for me
Answered by: DK
Date published: 2017-01-26

Would this work on inpregnate floor

Asked by: len
Hello Len, Yes, you will love our Bona Hardwood Floor Low Gloss Polish on your impregnated floor, as long as your floor is sealed or finished. Bona Floor Polishes are designed for any floor, old or new. Their urethane-acrylic blend evens out the floor's appearance and provides a durable wear layer. Bona Polishes may also be used to fill in minor scratches and to even out the sheen of a floor. It is not recoatable with polyurethane finishes or Bona Refresher. Use every 2-4 months to keep floors looking their best. Always refer to the instructions before using the Polish and be sure to do a test area before coating the entire floor. It is important to apply the polish with our Microfiber Applicator Pad; it looks like lamb’s wool. Here is a link to our instruction video of how to apply the Bona Polishes: https://us.bona.com/iWantTo/care-for-my-floor/How-to-Polish-Hardwood-Floors.html Best regards, Bona Call Center
Answered by: Bona US
Date published: 2016-06-21

How many square feet does 32 oz cover?

Asked by: Oregonowner
The 32oz bottle covers 500sf.
Answered by: Bona US
Date published: 2016-09-30
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Customer Reviews

32 oz. Low-Gloss Hardwood Floor Polish is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 73.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Ruined my hardwood floors We love the Bona hardwood floor cleaners and thought this would be an equally great product. Not so this produce left our floods streaked after a week and we can't get the compound off so we will have to have them professionally refinished.
Date published: 2017-03-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst polish ever Looks great until your dog walks on the floor. Polished floor and left the house for 2 days (after Bona rep. Said to not allow dog on the floor for 24 hours) and STILL paw prints.
Date published: 2017-02-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Kitchen floor looks great I just finished using low gloss Bona floor polish on my 2 year old oak kitchen floor and it looks beautiful. It was looking a little tired and looks much better now.
Date published: 2016-12-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from this is awful, awful product. do not use this item. i used it as instructed on my cherry hardwood... this is awful, awful product. do not use this item. i used it as instructed on my cherry hardwood floors and received a chalky, cloudy , white residue on top. i spoke with the Home Depot associate who asked that i speak with Bona which i also did and they then proceeded to sell me the polish remover. reviews on the polish remover are also bad so i caution against using either. i did go back to Home Depot and spoke with a hardwood specialist and they were extremely helpful suggesting the use of ammonia. so i bought a spray bottle and with a smooth rag, worked through the small area of hardwood floor to remove the polish and it worked great.
Date published: 2017-01-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Destroyed my floors! I moved into a new house with engineered wood floors and I was told this pro... Destroyed my floors! I moved into a new house with engineered wood floors and I was told this product along with the cleaner were the best bet. Wrong, they caused my new floors to become a dull, streaky mess. When the sunlight hits it it looks even worse. I've been using OrangeGlo 4in1 for years in my old house with no problem, not sure why I didn't stick with that. Does anyone have a solution on how to restore floors that this polish has destroyed? I've been trying to contact Bona but that's pointless. Going back to the home depot to see if they can help before I call in a flooring professional. Take this garage off the shelves.
Date published: 2017-01-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Try it yourself before believing negative reviews Before you decide to not try this product because of the negative reviews here, you need to try it yourself. Too often people are using completely incompatible cleaners and polishes with their hardwood floors. Blame your lack of knowledge, not the product! It is your responsibility to know what you are walking on and if your floor is in any way waxed, oiled, etc. then this is NOT what you want to use! Think water and oil. This is meant for water based finishes. Also be wary if you are using this on a floor that you did not originally purchase or install. I believe this is where a lot of problems occur. Sometimes previous owners/tenants use something like Pledge or Murphy's oil soap and that's where your problems begin. These will put an oily layer over your nice finish, not always noticeable at first and if you were to apply this Bona polish over it then it will definitely appear as a cloudy buildup. Your best bet is to thoroughly clean and maybe use a light abrasive/stripper to clean any gunk off the finish before any polish application. And still, try a small test area first before doing the whole floor. So long as you're using the polish as intended, this is one of the best ways to go about refreshing and concealing minor surface scratches in a urethane floor without needing to do a full sand and recoat. It won't make your floors perfect like the day they were installed
Date published: 2016-07-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Can not get rid of the milky buildup! I have used your Bona low gloss polish for about 4 years. A little over a year ago I noticed that after I polished my floor I was not happy with the appearance. I now have a milky buildup on my chocolate hickory engineered hard wood floor. I ordered your polish remover and followed your instructions to a "T" on a 3' x 4' test area. I left your product on 10 minutes and cleaned. I repeated the process. I CAN NOT GET YOUR AWFUL POLISH OFF MY FLOOR. I now have to hire a professional to come in and fix my floor. I put my hardwood floors in your hands to protect and care for them and they have been compromised. VERY DISSAPOINTING!
Date published: 2015-01-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Stay away from this horrible stuff When you first put this on -it looks pretty decent. However it scratches horribly. Yes-over time you will think your floors are being scratched but it is this polyurethane coating that actually scratches and makes your floors look horrible!!!!!!!! I have beautiful bamboo matte floors. Don't know what possessed me to allow my cleaners to apply this. I have been down on my knees removing it with Windex. The ammonia must be copiously massaged into floors then wiped off. Painstaking but I'm so happy to have my floors back. Stay away from this demon product!!
Date published: 2016-12-24
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