Buy a jug of hempseed oil and mix with lemon essential oil or whatever scent you prefer. Buff into the floor. The scent won't last more than a day or two, but the floor will look great.
It's also very important to use a barely damp cloth when washing your hardwood floors because too much water can damage your floors too. Here are the simple ingredients: ... 1 gallon of warm water. 2-3 drops essential oils (I love lemon or lemon and clove for my hardwood floors)
Here a recipe:
This link has recipes for floor cleaners with essential oils:
Can I asked what type of flooring it is, so we can better advise.
Doesn't matter what kind of floor...oil is slippery.
Connie: maybe this will help
you need to be careful using oils on wood and some other type floors it can damage the finish - here is some info for you
Oil on floors sounds dangerous! You can easily make air freshners out of esssential oils though - just add your favorite combo to a spray bottle and fill with water. Shake before use and you have a natural air freshner!
I wouldn't put any kind of oil on my floors.
IS A NATURAL OIL FINISH RIGHT FOR YOUR HARDWOOD FLOORS?
Oil? I think if you have hardwood you need to know how they were finished first. Personally, I would just look for an all pupose SAFE cleaner and call it good. Mom had hardwood and used OrangeGlo as it worked well for her floors.
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Most essential oils will damage wood finish. I have seen them damage both painted and sealed wood surfaces when spilled. Use a scented product intended for wood. Good luck and stay safe!