Removing old floor wax is a process that can be completed in a variable amount of time depending on the amount of wax and the severity of the build-up. In order to remove floor wax from your floors, use ammonia. You will... More »

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To remove wax buildup from floors, vacuum the floors, mix a wax-stripping solution, apply the solution to a section of the floor, let it stand for 15 minutes, then scrub the floor. Use a squeegee to remove the solution. More »

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Remove yellowed wax from floors using a mixture of ammonia and powdered dishwashing detergent. Mix the two cleaners in a gallon of water and apply with a sponge mop. The process requires a few minutes to soften the wax a... More »

Remove scratches from a laminated wood floor using a laminate floor repair wax pencil, putty or a touch-up kit. A touch-up kit may be purchased from the same manufacturer as the floor and typically includes a marker, a f... More »

Ceramic floor tile can become stained over time from constant exposure to dirt, food and debris, so muriatic, acetic or sulfamic acid is often recommended to remove difficult stains. The practice of using an acid wash to... More »

If linoleum flooring develops a dull appearance over time, most likely the cause is the discoloration and buildup of floor wax, according to SFGate Home Guides. First vacuum or sweep the floor to remove any loose dirt. M... More »

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Cleaning a book bag is a process that can take a variable amount of time, depending on the number and severity of stains on the bag. To clean your book bag, you need a washing machine, laundry detergent, water and a bott... More »

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