Orange glo, Quick shine Comparison & a problem


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Old 10-25-06, 06:04 AM
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Angry Orange glo, Quick shine Comparison & a problem

Quick shine finish, Rejuvenate, Floor revive,
Restore-a-Floor... which is the best one to use? I have a 40 year old oak floor that needs to be refinished, but I can't afford it right now. Also, I hear you have to be out of the house for at least 2 days, and that's not an option right now. Most of the floor is OK, with just some scratches, but there are 2 spots where the finish is completely worn off. Which one would be the best to use just to spruce it up?

Now for the problem: I used the Orange Glo floor system last year and it turned out great! I couldn't believe how good it looked. Not so this time. I went over the scratches in the floor with Old English scratch cover polish and wiped off the oily residue. Then I used the Orange Glo floor "refinisher." It worked great on the worst worn spot betwen the dining/living room, but left round spots in the area between dining/kitchen. The spots do not match the place where I actually poured the "refinisher" on, so I don't think it's from that. The spots/scratches are a lot lighter than the surrounding wood. It seems to be getting worse, with more spots/scratches visable every day. Is there anything I can do to even the color out? Is there any way to get the Orange Glo stuff off the floor?

Thanks!

Susan
 
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Old 10-30-06, 09:10 AM
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Never mind... I answered my own question. After trying several products to no avail, I tried "Rejuvenate." It removed most of the white spots and the ones remaining are difficult to see and blend in pretty good. The floor is shiny and looks great.
 
 

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