Wooly Mammoth for your inn

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Believe it or not getting paint at Lowe's last night had me flipping through the Farmer's Almanac which is like ALLLLL ADS! And then this ad caught my eye and I am going to get it for our wood floors!

 

http://www.sladust.com/index_drymops.htm


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That is all I have ever used on my wood floors!

When I had the floors refinished, the guys doing it told me to also use a product called: "Quick and clean dust mop treatment" by Hillyard. I LOVE the stuff! It works absolutely wonderful! You spray it on the dust mop and then use it on the floors!

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is it like a wax? meaning does it make a slick finish?

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gillumhouse wrote:

is it like a wax? meaning does it make a slick finish?

No, its not a wax. You spray it on the dust mop, and it helps it grab every piece of lint and dust and makes it stick together for easy cleaning. It also helps keep the floors clean, not grimmy or dirty. If I see an espec dirty spot like infront of the door, I'll spray it directly on the floor and then rub it good with a clean cloth.

It does keep the floors nice and shiny.

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With DH I have to worry about the crutch tips skidding on the floor. Glossy usually means slick. Slick means picking him up off the floor.

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I have one, would ot bee without it!  It is amazing what a broom leaves behind!  A swi ffer is nice too, but it takes 4ev-er to use when you have large areas to clean.  I use a swi ffer in the guest bathrooms as they are grrrrreat (as Tony the Tiger would say) at picking up hair and can get into tiny spots & crevices.

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 Well I'll be!  I am so old fashioned that I am modern again!  I still use my wool dry mops for our wooden floors....just like I have been for the last 40 years!  They do work great, shake out clean and pick up what ever is missed with the vac.

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uh, I did say Farmer's Almanac.    In publication since 1818.  okay so in those terms you are modern. Smiling

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