|Product Size||1 GA-Gallon|
|Appliance Category||Floor Care||Concentrated or Ready to Use||Concentrated|
|Dry time (hours)||1||Features||Concentrated, No Additional Features|
|Formulation||Professional Strength||Helps Remove||Wax|
|Pack Size||1||Product Form||Liquid|
|Recommended Surfaces||Rubber, Stone, Tile, Vinyl||Returnable||30-Day|
|Certifications and Listings||No Certifications or Listings||Manufacturer Warranty||None|
A: Yes ! This stuff works great!
A: yes, we can use on wood floors, but follow the instructions written on the container.
A: Yes but follow the instructions for diluting it with water.
A: Hello, Yes, our Trewax Floor Stipper is safe to use on sealed/waxed hardwood flooring. As with all floor care products, we recommend testing the product in a small inconspicuous area first before applying throughout. -Trewax Team
A: Hi Stacy, As this is a water-based product, it is not recommended for use on unsealed/unfinished flooring because it can soak into cracks/crevices and cause lifting/swelling of the wood. For questions or more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks, The Trewax Team
A: Hi Donna, We would like more information to better answer your question. Please contact email@example.com for assistance. Thanks, The Trewax Team
A: I’m not sure but I just used all over my wood floors to remove what appeared to be scratched floors but was just layers of scratched wax from past years. My floors look new and shiny without adding any product. I will never use floor polish again.
A: Hello, Yes, just be sure to follow the directions and test the product in a small, inconspicuous area first to ensure desired results. For questions or more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks, The Trewax Team