Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Shine to an UGLY Floor

Maybe you recall this post?

I’m sure you do, it was a post with it all… anger and a catchy tune, that’s like a good movie right there.

Anyways, before we even start I still have to state upfront that linoleum and I are not on good terms! I am however quite happy with this little bottle of “thank goodness a product that does what it claims”.

31lZ0HoUy6L._SL500_AA280_Now don’t get me wrong my floor isn’t perfect (by any means) and I’m still looking to replace it, but in the mean time while I wait for the funds for that to magically appear….If anyone knows a magician who can perform this please by all means contact me!… this little inexpensive bottle has really saved me.

My linoleum is quite a few years old and even after a good Cinderella style scrub it still looked disgusting to me, I realized it was because the floor had no shine to it………… at all.

I hit the cleaning isle in hopes that some shining light would direct me to my saving grace. There it was, the fluorescent lighting bouncing off the label.

Ok ok, maybe it didn’t happen exactly like that but go with me here.

The label had the two words I was looking for, quick and shine.

It’s so easy to use, you simply start with a clean dry floor, rinse your mop, squirt it on the floor and do a quick push around the area. Let it dry for 15 minutes and you’ll see a gloss to your floor you haven’t seen in awhile.



Disclaimer: I have not been compensated by the manufacturer of this product and do not endorse said product. I am simply sharing my experience and/or opinion of mentioned product. Use of said product is at your own risk.


Trish D said...

Hmmm... gonna have to give that a try in my back laundry area. I hate the linoleum that came with the house, but I'm gonna have to live with it for awhile yet

Ally said...

I am going to have to try this floor is like never clean enough for me!

Nikki@ Cheap Like a Birdie said...

I hear you! My old flooring NEVER looks clean enough for me..... I have issues lol.