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Rejuvenate 32 oz. Floor Restorer and Protectant
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Rejuvenate

32 oz. Floor Restorer and Protectant

$17.97 /each

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Restore shine, luster and health to your floors with the Rejuvenate 32 oz. Floor Restorer and Protectant. This polymer-based floor finish helps bring life back to most kitchen, bathroom and paneling surfaces. The UV ray barrier helps protect your floors from damaging effects.

  • Multi-surface restorer and protectant
  • Fills in scratches and eliminates dull spots
  • Perfect for residential and commercial use
  • Dry time: 30 minutes

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Can this product be used on ceramic tile floors

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April 12, 2016
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I have used the quick shine floor restorer on my ceramic plank wood like floor. After several applications, a build up developed and the floors became difficult to clean without causing a blotchy appearance. After I remove that finish, I would like to try the rejuvenate products. After cleaning and applying the rejuvenate shine product, what is the best way to clean/maintain. I do not want to have Read More
I have used the quick shine floor restorer on my ceramic plank wood like floor. After several applications, a build up developed and the floors became difficult to clean without causing a blotchy appearance. After I remove that finish, I would like to try the rejuvenate products. After cleaning and applying the rejuvenate shine product, what is the best way to clean/maintain. I do not want to have another bad experience. Read Less
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Boynton Beach, Florida
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November 15, 2015
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I was looking for something to seal our granite countertops and the Rejuvenate person stocking the shelves said that this will work on all ceramic time and countertops. I took a bottle and tried it on our countertops. This product is terrible. I followed all the directions and used a micro fiber applicator. it leaves an uneven polymer coating that scratches and doesn't adhere causing the countertops to Read More
I was looking for something to seal our granite countertops and the Rejuvenate person stocking the shelves said that this will work on all ceramic time and countertops. I took a bottle and tried it on our countertops. This product is terrible. I followed all the directions and used a micro fiber applicator. it leaves an uneven polymer coating that scratches and doesn't adhere causing the countertops to have a poor finish. Also when my wife put a warm glass on the surface the product turned a milky color. When I rubbed the surface with a cloth, the finish peeled off. It took me 2 days to remove all the product from our counter tops. I would not use the product ever again on any surface. Read Less
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August 27, 2015
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I have maple floors with a glossy finish and a water-based polyurethane finish has been used. Is it OK to use the All Floor Restorer ??
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Lacey, WA, USA
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August 4, 2015
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It says: use on wood, vinyl & more! Try in a less obvious spot on your tile floor and see what it does, is all I can say. It says to test in one of these places prior to applying to the whole flooring.
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N. Ft. Myers Florida
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March 17, 2015
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This product can be used on all floors. It leaves the surface very shiny but not slippery. Application is very important. Follow the instructions carefully and don't overwork when applying or you will get streaks. The shine is incredible and lasts a long time. Great product!
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Avon Park, Florida
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February 3, 2015
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yes, they also have the product for wood floors and cabinets... I used it also on my bathroom countertops...
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Irving, Texas
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January 13, 2015
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It says it is for wood, tile and vinyl.
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Sun City, AZ
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November 4, 2014
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The container says it can be used on ceramic tile, vinyl, laminate among others. I've only used it on wood.
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Powhatan VA
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November 2, 2014
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I don't see on the bottle that is says specifically ceramic however it does have a quote on the bottle "Seals the grout so you never have to clean it again". We used this on our hardwood floors in June and have not had to reuse so far. Nice shine and it really seals the floor so it doesn't get nearly as dirty. Some of the lower priced products seem to leave a film that attracts dirt quicker.
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Can I use this without using the cleaner first. I always use a steamer to clean my floor.

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Hancock, MI
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August 30, 2016
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You run the risk of sealing dirt and debris to your floor. The steamer sounds like a great idea if you vacuum first and allow time for you floor to dry prior to application.
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Oshawa, Ont. Canada
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March 16, 2016
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I couldn't find the cleaner to use first, I just washed my wood floors with usual wood floor cleaner and used my usual Armstrong Floor Cleaner on tiles first. Product still worked great despite not using recommended cleaner. I don't think it matters, as long as floors are clean :)
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September 1, 2015
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I just mopped my floors as I normally would, with a microfiber mop and hot soapy water. I didn't have a problem with the application of the product afterwards. I think their cleaner is mostly for removing any gunk that a regular mopping wouldn't clean. You could call the company directly to be sure.
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August 18, 2015
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Does it pose any health problems by not using a cleaner before applying restorer. I swept and used my steamer and then the restorer. It looks great!
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August 18, 2015
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Dear Valued Customer,
Thank you for your interest In our wonderful line of products.
In order for our product to bond properly to the surface, you must first remove any residues left behind by other products or from the factory. A steam mop will not remove these residues and the final result after application may leave a streaky film. You may clean your floors with a ph balanced, oil and wax free multi Read More
Dear Valued Customer,
Thank you for your interest In our wonderful line of products.
In order for our product to bond properly to the surface, you must first remove any residues left behind by other products or from the factory. A steam mop will not remove these residues and the final result after application may leave a streaky film. You may clean your floors with a ph balanced, oil and wax free multi purpose cleaner, rinse thoroughly and allow the floor to dry fully, then apply the Rejuvenate Floor Restorer.
I hope this information has been helpful.
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does it cover deep scratches

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pa
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May 5, 2015
we have very very deep scratches will this product help? we rent and the floor is worth about 6,000.00
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August 9, 2016
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yes, it covers up scratches and marks.
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August 4, 2015
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I would assume after a few applications, but couldn't swear to it.
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June 5, 2015
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Dear Valued Customer,
Thank you for your interest in our wonderful line of products. Our Rejuvenate Floor Restorer will cover superficial scratches only. We recommend that you first use our Rejuvenate Wood Markers to match the color of your floor and then apply our Floor Restorer to add a protective covering to your floors.
Have a great day!
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N. Ft. Myers Florida
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May 7, 2015
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Sorry Jeff...no liquid product will cover deep sc
ratches. Your best bet is to buy stainable woodfiller, fill in the scratches and use a gel stain that matches your floor. Then use floor restorer and it should help make the scratches blend right in. Good luck!
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Hanover, Pa
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Cover them, no, however if you are careful to coat the scratch, working the product into it, it will probably mask tha scratch. Smaller scratches go away.
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Is this oil or water based?

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Pasadena
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October 4, 2014
If you have an oil based product on your wood floors, you can't use a water based product on it - it won't stick.

Anyone know?

Thanks!
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Lacey, WA, USA
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August 4, 2015
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I must assume it's water base, but here again, I'd read the label at any Home Depot store prior to any purchase.
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April 27, 2015
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This is a polymer. It is very difficult to remove. I would not recommend applying it to anything other than an oak floor.
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It's water based. Once applied, it dries to a durable hard shine that can be wet mopped many times without removing the shine. If you have an oil based product on your floor, you should clean well with soap and water and you should have no problem.
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Sun City, AZ
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November 4, 2014
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I don't know the answer to that. I applied it to our wood floors two weeks ago and it went on easily, and "sticks" just fine. Our floors are pre-finished engineered wood (not laminate). I would suggest you call their 800 number for any other information.
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Water clean up
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32 oz. Floor Restorer and Protectant is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 196.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Beware !!! I don't know why I bought this product before checking on-line reviews. I usually do. If I had, I would have stayed away for sure. I applied the product on a factory finish floor that needed some TLC from the previous owner and some moving scuffs etc.. following the instructions to-the-letter. The finish turned out extremely uneven with streaks in some areas and strange, high circles in other areas. Grrr. Now comes the nightmare ! Getting it off !!! Their own instructions say to use a non-ammonia glass cleaner. Crystal Rain by Windex. NO !!! Don't do it ! The product does not "turn milky" and will not come off easily at all. I had to use a scraper with this method and Rejuvenate turns into this nasty, plasticky goop that leaves a residue. Ugh !!! Worse, the scraper ruins the edges of the hardwood. If you make the mistake of using this terrible product like I did, use Goof Off Heavy Duty Remover with a roll of paper towels and wipe the remaining residue with micro fiber cloths, then mop wash the floor. Choose another product or refinish the floor.
Date published: 2016-09-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Did not work for meI bought this product at home I bought this product at Home Depot. I did not feel that the price was excessive for the claimed results. I applied it as instructed on a small inconspicuous area on my laminate flooring. Though my laminate flooring is a matte wood finish, the product looked shiny. I went ahead and applied it to the rest of my floor. It was difficult to apply evenly and any drips showed up. I allowed it to dry completely even longer than instructed. My dogs came inside and immediately you could see paw prints. I gave it three days and it continued to look worse and worse and it was apparent it would show any scuffs or paw prints. So I attempted to remove it with Windex as the manufacturer suggested. It only partially removed it making it look milky and streaky. By now I was concerned that I had ruined my flooring. So I took out a spare plank of flooring I had and applied the product. I let it sit overnight and the next day I applied straight ammonia, rinsed it and dried it with a microfiber. It took the Rejuvenate off without changing my floor finish. I proceeded to remove it from my whole floor the same way. Though it took some time, and the smell was quite overpowering, my floor is pretty much back to the way it was prior to the use of Rejuvenate. For me, this was a lot of work for nothing and I would have preferred to never have used the Rejuvenate. Hope this helps someone else who is considering using this product or who has already used it and is dissatisfied with the results.
Date published: 2016-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Oh My Goodness, this stuff works great!! This product brought my laminate floor back to life!! We have lived here 3 years and I have been using Swifer. This product brought the shine back and it stays...We have a cat and a dog along with 3 adults living in a house with a no step entry, so every bit of dirt and grass come into the house. I just sweep it up and it looks like I just washed it.. It has been 3 weeks since I have done it and I will continue to use this product, always
Date published: 2016-08-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from REACTED with Swiffer and now my tile is ruined... Brand new tile in kitchen, but it was very dirty from construction in adjacent rooms, so I used this product. It was OK, but seemed a little streaky after it dried. The next day something got spilled, so I used the Swiffer Wetjet to clean it. The two products reacted, and left behind a white residue that I can't get off! Even the professional cleaning service couldn't get it off... now the whole area is virtually ruined, and I am trying to sell the house. VERY upset.
Date published: 2016-08-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2015-05-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Is it dry yet? The product will not leave a shine on any part of my vinyl floor that has been covered by rugs or planters or trash cans. The other draw-back is the dry time. It is not practical to wait an hour between applications on one half of the floor in order to move furniture back! The product did cover scratches as promised,
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Shine At first I wasn't sure about it because it looked like it would just wet the floor but after it sat it really does work my floor shines but u really need to make sure no one is home so it can dry also I suggest cleaning your floors really good before because this product does really work..
Date published: 2016-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Shines just like the commercial I was doubtful but finally tried it. Shines just like the commercial after it dries. I call it "liquid glass". Apply in a well lite room, one swipe only ( do not try more), dries hard and shiny in less than a minute. I used it on faux wood tile.
Date published: 2016-08-16
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