What should I use to remove quick shine from laminate flooring?

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  • Lynn Sorrell Lynn Sorrell on Mar 18, 2019

    Ammonia

  • William William on Mar 18, 2019

    One cup of lemon scented ammonia to one gallon hot water. Rinse and dry well. Do not let it sit too long. Laminate substrate swells when it stays wet

  • Cynthia H Cynthia H on Mar 18, 2019

    Buy a can of Scrubbing Bubbles and it should come right off. Just give it a few minutes to work, before mopping. Do the floor in sections.

  • Dee Dee on Mar 20, 2019

    I made that mistake and never again. Quick shine ruins floors. I got a plastic scraper and got on my hands and knees and scraped it all off. I kept a vacuum near so that I could vacuum up the residue. It is a very tedious job.

    Maybe one of the laminate cleaners at Home Depot would help. I like Zep products. Just do not wet the laminate because the edges will buckle.

  • Jewellmartin Jewellmartin on Mar 20, 2019

    I would use one cup of PineSol to a gallon of warm soapy (Dawn) water and hand clean a swath of the floor at a time. Since it is laminate flooring, I would also dry the floor with old towels after the water mix. When the floor is completely dry, Jasmine, use more clean towels or old T-shirts to buff the floor in small sections at a time. This will remove any more water left behind as well as bring the shine back. This will take a lot of muscle grease, but the shine will last a long time. Best wishes!

  • Buz2159414 Buz2159414 on May 26, 2021

    I used quickshine on my tile floors and they looked fantastic, for awhile. Now I have to pay $1200.00 to have my floors professionally stripped to get rid of the ugly mess. I’m extremely disappointed and upset . I can’t remove it myself due to physical limitations. I did try windex, let it sit for a minute or so and that does work. Quite well in fact.

  • Sul51615422 Sul51615422 on Mar 30, 2022

    Ammonia did it easy for me!