|Product Size||12.35 OZ-Ounce|
|Appliance Category||Floor Care||Concentrated or Ready to Use||Ready to use|
|Dry time (hours)||1||Features||No-Rinse|
|Helps Remove||Dirt||Pack Size||1|
|Product Form||Paste||Recommended Surfaces||Granite, Hardwood Floors, Marble|
|Certifications and Listings||No Certifications or Listings||Manufacturer Warranty||None|
A: I was excited to use this product on a new wood kitchen floor. The results were horrible. Wasted my money & had to switch to another product. Maybe this wax works on something, but not wood floors...
A: Hi Joe, This product is designed for use on hard surfaces and has not been tested on leather. Thanks, The Trewax Team
A: Hello, Yes. We recommend testing 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
A: Hello, Trewax is not designed to work on concrete, and so we have never tested it for that purpose. If the concrete is sealed, Trewax paste wax will work in the same way that it does on any other hard, non-porous surface. We cannot say how it will perform on untreated or partially treated concrete. If you choose to use it, please test on a small inconspicuous spot first. Please also keep in mind that there is a very real possibility that Trewax will be extremely difficult to remove from unsealed concrete once it has dried. Thanks, The Trewax Team
A: I use it on our steel and concrete sculptures. The concrete has been sealed.