What polish to I use to make engineered wood SHINE!
How to match ceiling paint?
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How to stain wood deck?
Tips to stain my wood deck?
What adhesive should I use to attach wood trim to a mirror?
I am placing wood trim on the edge of a mirror. What adhesive or adhesive tape would be best to use
What should I paint on a wood veneer table so I can use it outside?
What kind of paint should I use to paint walnut wood furniture?
My bedroom furniture is 49 years old and I am tired of the walnut wood color. I want to paint my triple dresser, tall bureau and two night stands. The colors I will b... See more
What do I use to seal old barn type wood without darkening orchanging
What do I use to seal old type barn wood without changing and darkening the color?
I find it confusing that some espouse I use water and small amount of vinegar and a drop of dawn on my engineered Floors; others recommend Bona but this is responded to by others that the haze using Bona is a real problem. Not sure I hear anyone really creating an algorithm for what to do with what- need this to save my floors and give them some shine. Bins only have my floors and residual haze
I see a lot of responses in my searches that say there are a lot of products out there to clean engineered hardwood. Please list some. All I've found in my searches is Bona. There is a difference between cleaners for engineered hardwood and hardwood. Can someone please help me find some products recommended for engineered hardwood? My manufacturer says just use water, and my floors look terrible.
Engineered flooring & laminated flooring are entirely different products. Engineered floors are real wood. It is produced in layers of wood similar to plywood. The top wood is the piece you walk on. Laminate is plastic veneer on wood that looks like wood grain but is not, it also is made in layers like ply wood. Unfortunately manufacturers & sales companies often don't know the difference. I've been trying to find out from manufacturers exactly what they mean when they say wood or laminate flooring. I have reached to Bona about this but have not received reply