Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 137
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mark Restores laminate
After sweeping my laminate floor and using the rejuvenate cleaner, I applied the restorer per the directions. It applied well with the "mop" and bonnet I received with my cleaner starter kit. The directions tell you to apply, or basically splash, some on the floor, take a few swipes with the bonnet and move on, advising not to work the product into the floor. The protectant dries quickly, so I can see why the manufacturer gives that advice. If you try to go over an area that is almost dry or dry, the bonnet will disturb the surface and the area will not be as shiny. The protectant seems to have bonded well with the laminate; using a vacuum on the floor has not affected the finish. The manufacturer indicates that the protective coating will also add some texture to the floor. This is true, as the floor is much shinier now but is not slippery. In fact, walking on the floor with shoes can sometimes make squeaky type sounds. I like the fact that it dries very quickly and the results are instant. The tone of the laminate looks richer and the microscopic scratches were filled in by the product. I'm not sure how I feel about committing to the shine overtime, having to buy their 'refresher' product.
May 7, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Madhomeseller2015 NOT for pet owners.
We put our house up for sale and wanted the floors to look new. It was easy to apply and the floors did shine. However,even after a sweeping and a quick swifter wet mop and let dry ANY particle ,dust or animal hair that may come in contact with this stuff before it thoroughly drys literally becomes part of your floor. Also as another person has mentioned my floors were almost scratch free but after putting this down and having a dog and two cats,my floors now look 10 years older than they are from numerous scratches and people coming through are making negative comments on how bad the floors look. Hence , no offers on my home.And I can't get this stuff off. I would stay away.
May 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bunzo WOW !!!
We have laminate in our den and it was showing wear and my wife was totally upset with it and kept complaining and insisted we replace it. I bought this product plus the rejuvenate cleaner. I did as the instructions said and the result is remarkable. My wife is elated and can't believe how great it looks. She told me it looks so good she hates to walk on it. This is one satisfied customer. Highly recommend.
I wish I had a before picture but I had no idea it would turn out so great.
August 27, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Gthom28 Awesome
This was a very easy Product to use and it works great!!! I had very dull flooring and it took it to very shining. I loved how easy it was to apply to flooring.
April 8, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Teri Made my kitchen cabinets shine beautifully!
Haven't used it on my ceramic tiles yet--but plan to do so soon. Used on my wood kitchen cabinets and they look awesome! They were pretty before--but now they shine!
January 14, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Vickie love!
Love this stuff!! It made my floors look almost new.
May 8, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by imlihwf Works!
I buy ever bottle off the shelf when I find it!!!!!
Everything they said was true!
Rejuvenate FLOOR Shine Refresher is designed for maintaining newer floors and floors that have been recently Rejuvenated. It cleans, protects and helps preserve the showroom shine. This product works on all sealed hard surface flooring. Earth-friendly and pH-balanced, it's also free of dyes, chlorine, caustics, hydrogen peroxide and other toxic chemicals.
Great for all hard flooring surfaces including hardwood, laminate, stone, ceramic tile, vinyl, linoleum, terrazzo & more.
Rejuvenate FLOOR Shine Refresher works wonders on laminate! It adds a deep lustrous shine while eliminating the smudges and footprints that plague laminates.
February 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by eddieb1032 Looks Great on the Tile and Plank
Durable and it Works! Just be certain the floor is free of any dust or pet hair before applying.
January 5, 2013