Preserving Your Hardwood Floors with Touch of Oranges Wood Cleaner and Touch of Beeswax Wood Preserver

by Ryan Rackley August 24, 2019

Preserving Your Hardwood Floors with Touch of Oranges Wood Cleaner and Touch of Beeswax Wood Preserver

Hardwood floors not only keep our homes looking elegant, its proven durability also adds significant value to our home and to our savings. But depending on how busy we are and the number of kids and pets that we have running around, our hardwoods may face premature damage and wear and tear -- if no proper maintenance is in place.

Hence, caring for and preserving our hardwoods for the longest time we can is important.

Touch of Oranges Wood Cleaner

When it comes to cleaning hardwood floors, Touch of Oranges Wood Cleaner works wonders. It cleans and moisturizes, polishes, and leaves a natural, refreshing scent on the wood. Unlike lemon oil, this wood cleaner doesn’t leave residue behind.

Here are simple steps you can follow in cleaning your hardwood floors.

  • If there are pets in the house, it is best to vacuum the floors first and remove pet hairs.
  • Spray a dust mop twice or thrice with wood cleaner then dust mop the floor. A microfiber mop is highly recommended. This step not only removes loose dust and dirt but also wipes away grime that has accumulated on the surface, especially in the kitchen.
  • Take care not to soak your mop with too much cleaning solution to avoid standing liquid on the floor. That can damage the wood. A damp mop, not wet, goes a long way in effectively cleaning the floor.

Touch of Beeswax Wood Preserver

After cleaning hardwood floors with Touch of Oranges Cleaner and drying them up, it’s time to revitalize them with Touch of Beeswax Wood Preserver

Beeswax is a safe and natural alternative to commercial wood preserving products which may contain high levels of toxic materials.

Beeswax not only seals and protects the hardwood finish, it also transforms the floors into bright and shiny ones.

Here are a few easy tips on applying Touch of Beeswax Wood Preserver on hardwood floors.

  • When you apply the beeswax, make sure that your strokes follow the direction of the wood grain. This will result in a smoother and even application of the wax.
  • Leave the beeswax on for 30 minutes to an hour. A common mistake of those who apply beeswax is that they immediately buff the wood without allowing it to set first and harden.
  • After the beeswax has set, scrub the floor with an added vigor using a cloth or a polishing machine until you achieve a high sheen or polish.

Enjoy the natural and lasting benefits of both Touch of Oranges Wood Cleaner and Touch of Beeswax Wood Preserver to the fullest. While these tips may generally work for your hardwood floors, always follow the manufacturer’s instructions before using these products.




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