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Rejuvenate

Model RJ32PROFG

Internet #202269998

Store SKU #832967

32 oz. Professional High-Gloss Wood Floor Restorer

$19.97 /each
  • Fills scratches, seals & protects
  • Restores shine, odorless, easy mop-on application
  • Durable, long lasting shine lasts for years

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Bring back the life in your hardwood floors with Rejuvenate 32 oz. Professional Floor Restorer. The durable finish is clear and leaves your hardwood floors with a high gloss finish. This non-toxic, polyurethane based formula cleans while filling in scratches and dents.

  • Hardwood restorer and protector
  • Non-toxic, urethane-based formula shines to a high gloss and protects without leaving toxic fumes
  • Seals and protects
  • Easy-pour spout for added convenience
  • Restores luster to older floors
  • No sanding or refinishing needed
  • No waxy buildup
  • Resists stains and spills
  • Gives floors durability
  • Bonds to original finish
  • Excellent for use on all previously sealed hardwood floors
  • Shine lasts for years

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Can this be used on tile countertops

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June 13, 2016
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Dear Valued Customer,
Thank you for your interest in our wonderful line of products. Our Rejuvenate Professional High Gloss Wood Floor Restorer is formulated for hardwood only and cannot be used on tile countertops.
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June 12, 2016
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Yes, this can be used to clean counter tops.
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June 12, 2016
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This manufacturer makes a specific product for tile. I would check directions for usage on product bottle for tile. Personally I would not use the wood floor restorer on tile.
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You can buy food grade mineral oil and spread it on then wait for it to absorb then another layer. Keep it up until it no longer absorbs oil.
You can use Waterlox if you need to seal/finish wood counter tops. Get it at HD.
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What product(mop) can I use to apply the Rejuvenate?

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I used the rejuvenate bonnet. It's like a reverse shower cap. We put it on our swiffer and used it this way. If you have a steam shark, you could probably use that too (without plugging it in). If you didn't want to use the bonnet, you could probably wrap a thick microfiber towel around the head of a duster/flat mop and use that. Or the good ol' fashion rubbing with your hands. Seriously though, save Read More
I used the rejuvenate bonnet. It's like a reverse shower cap. We put it on our swiffer and used it this way. If you have a steam shark, you could probably use that too (without plugging it in). If you didn't want to use the bonnet, you could probably wrap a thick microfiber towel around the head of a duster/flat mop and use that. Or the good ol' fashion rubbing with your hands. Seriously though, save your back and buy the $20 starter kit if you don't have a swiffer or something similar to put the bonnet on! Read Less
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Riverside, CA
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May 10, 2016
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I prefer to use the Rejuvenate applicator, it makes it easy.
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Use a regular sponge mop and cover it with a microfiber bonnet.
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November 17, 2015
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I deed not use a mop. I used some lint free rags to clean the floors before and then apply the product.
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What do you use to clean any old wax off the floor to get the best results? Will wear marks that are deeper than a scratch come out ok???
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Riverside, CA
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June 12, 2016
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Clean with Rejuvenate wood floor cleaner or a mixture of vinegar and water. 1/2 cup of white vinegar to 1 gallon of warm water, Don't soak the floor, just use a damp mop or cleaner pad.
Of course you will still see deep scratches but less noticeable.
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I would use Dirtex powder cleaner; 1 tbsp to a gallon;that you cannot buy at HD. you can get at Ace mine at least
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October 7, 2015
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I vacuum, then steam clean my hardwood floors before using Rejuvenate floor polish.
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September 20, 2015
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Good afternoon,
I hope this email finds you well. For best results, we recommend cleaning the surface first with a pH balanced, multi-purpose cleaner, which does not contain citric acid (no lemon, no orange). Use a table spoon to a gallon of water. Next, use our Rejuvenate No Bucket Floor Cleaner prior to applying any one of our Rejuvenate products to the surface.
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Good afternoon,
I hope this email finds you well. For best results, we recommend cleaning the surface first with a pH balanced, multi-purpose cleaner, which does not contain citric acid (no lemon, no orange). Use a table spoon to a gallon of water. Next, use our Rejuvenate No Bucket Floor Cleaner prior to applying any one of our Rejuvenate products to the surface.
Rejuvenate covers over surface scratches, leaves you with a showroom shine, and can add up to 50% more traction to the surface.
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I have "well worn" spots and others that are not so worn. Do I need to strip or sand to get an even surface or will this blend with "character"?

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Clean then use the Rejuvenate Pro high gloss wood restorer, see if the worn spots still stand out too much for your liking, if so, sand and refinish.
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I have many well worn spots on my floors from my dogs. It may take more than one coat, but the results will be good. We had our floors redone years ago and then we got the dogs. That was 10 years ago, and I thought our floors were hopeless. I bought Rejuvenate and have used it since. I am pretty picky about my house and floors, and I have not been disappointed. My floors look great for as old as they Read More
I have many well worn spots on my floors from my dogs. It may take more than one coat, but the results will be good. We had our floors redone years ago and then we got the dogs. That was 10 years ago, and I thought our floors were hopeless. I bought Rejuvenate and have used it since. I am pretty picky about my house and floors, and I have not been disappointed. My floors look great for as old as they are. This product will "blend with character". Read Less
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The most important thing to do before application is to clean the floor thoroughly. Well worn spots will blend with character but gorges and deep scratches will need to be sanded.
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July 28, 2015
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Dear Valued Customer,
Thank you for your interest in our wonderful line of products. Our Rejuvenate Professional High Gloss Wood Floor Restorer will add a protective cover and unify the shine and look to your floors. For best results, we recommend that you clean your floors thoroughly to remove dirt and any residue of previous cleaners. Allow to dry (floor can't have moisture before application), then Read More
Dear Valued Customer,
Thank you for your interest in our wonderful line of products. Our Rejuvenate Professional High Gloss Wood Floor Restorer will add a protective cover and unify the shine and look to your floors. For best results, we recommend that you clean your floors thoroughly to remove dirt and any residue of previous cleaners. Allow to dry (floor can't have moisture before application), then test in an inconspicuous area. If the test area meet your approval then you may apply the product to the rest of your floors.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 124 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 100% recommend for DIY'er wood floor restoring Easiest, nicest product for restoring our wood floors at home without having to sand them. Completely shocked me how well it worked. Buy enough for two coats! It's well worth it. I would recommend the bonnet too. We put it on our swiffer and put the restorer in a spray bottle and away we went after having cleaned the floors. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by beautifully restored! Super easy to brush on, shined the wood beautiful and hydrated again! Left photo is two coats vs right none June 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by high gloss wood floor restorer This product is awesome. It brought my floor back from dullsville to hello sunshine. No streaks!!! August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The best I have found so far! I've tried many products on our hardwood floors and this is by far the best I have found. It doesn't leave a sticky film but makes floors shine. September 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Makes wood floors glossy, aaand squeaky I've used the Rejuvinate products for years and have had great results on new floors and my 60+ yr old wood floors. Follow the instructions and use the recommended products and it should work as advertised. I once used a fiber cloth dust mop to spread the product and it didn't look as well. Use the mop cover method. To make sure the cover lasts for more than one use, rinse it out immediately after applying the product, otherwise it gets hard or stiff as the clear coat product dries on it. I used it over worn 60+ yr old wood floors. I used a paint scraper to remove paint splatter and marks and lightly sand some parts that someone tried to spot repair. If you have anything on your floor like paint or blemishes, I would suggest taking care of them before applying this product. I tried this product as a last ditch effort before hiring someone to sand down and refinish my floors, they were that bad. (see pictures) I never did have to professionally refinish them. This product isn't slippery, it actually makes your floors less slippery, which brings me to the only downside I've had with this product: squeaky floors. Between the floor cleaner, vacuuming and the shine/polish, the floor is literally squeaky clean. I've tried oily cleaners (lemon oil, orange oil) which made the wood floors quiet again but those types of products dull over time, and are slippery. I guess another down side is to "neatly" apply the product. Don't rush it or splash the product around. You will definitely see it coat furniture legs or baseboards. It IS a type of polyurethane coating but I haven't tried to wash it off anything I accidentally got it on. May 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product to restore the look of the floors This product brought our faded floors back to life. I thought I would give it a bit of time before giving a review. This product did what it described. It wasn't able to eliminate scratches but it did make our floors look as if they are a few years old rather than 16yrs old. I would not suggest pouring the stuff in a S shape on to the floor like the instructions say. I did this and I could see where I had made the S pattern. I would suggest putting the stuff into a spray bottle or pour onto your mop. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by excellent purchase learned of product from store employee years ago, and still use it. August 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wow Made those worn out finishes on the hardwood floors look great. Not sure how long it will last, but a lot easier and cheaper than having the floor redone. July 19, 2016
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