Scott's Liquid Gold Floor Restore is a quick and easy way to enhance and renew dull, worn, natural hardwood floors. Just one application can restore shine and protect your floors for months. It provides a long-lasting durability and shine even in high-traffic areas.
- Enhances & renews dull, worn hardwood floors
- Minimizes scratches
- Leaves a clean, bright finish
- Protects floors for months; average coverage is about 300 sq. ft.
- 24 fl. oz.
Direction for use
For best results, sweep and damp mop floor thoroughly. Allow it to dry completely. Doing one section at a time, apply Floor Restore directly on the floor and spread evenly with a clean, damp sponge mop. Repeat until desired area has been completed. Allow Floor Restore to dry one hour before walking on floors and eight hours before replacing rugs and furniture. To care for floors between applications, sweep and damp mop as needed.
Note: To ensure compatibility with finish, test in an inconspicuous spot like under a rug or in a closet. To keep floors looking their best, use Floor Restore 3-4 times a year. Do not use Floor Restore on unsealed, unfinished, waxed or oiled floors.
Water, Styrene/Acrylates/Ammonium Methacrylate Copolymer, Acrylic Resin Dispersion, Diethylene Glycol Monoethyl Ether, Tributoxyethyl Phosphate, Olfin Acrylate Copolymer, Diproylene Glycol Monoethyl Ether, Propylene Glycol Phenylether, Fluorosurfactant, Methychloroisothiazolone, Dimethicone
Some commonly asked questions about Floor Restore
Is Floor Restore a permanent finish?+
Scott's Liquid Gold Floor Restore is a permanent coating that can be used 3-4 times a year.
Does Floor Restore clean and shine floors?+
Scott's Liquid Gold Floor Restore is not a cleaner. You should clean and dry floors thoroughly prior to applying Floor Restore.
Is a spot test recommended prior to application of Floor Restore?+
To ensure compatibility with finish, test Floor Restore in an inconspicuous spot.
How many square feet will Floor Restore cover?+
The average coverage of Floor Restore is approximately 300 sq. feet.
What is the best way to apply Floor Restore+
Doing one section at a time, apply Floor Restore directly on the floor and spread evenly with a clean, damp sponge mop.
How long should Floor Restore be allowed to dry before walking on the floor?+
Allow Floor Restore at least one hour to dry before walking on floors and eight hours before replacing rugs and furniture.
How do I care for my floors between applications of Floor Restore?+
Simply sweep and damp mop as needed.
How do I remove Floor Restore?+
A light sanding with a very fine grain sandpaper should do the trick.
Are there any surfaces on which Floor Restore should not be used?+
Do not use Floor Restore on unsealed, unfinished, waxed or oiled floors.
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