Home and Surface Cleaners: Floor Care
MOP & GLO® Multi-Surface Floor Cleaner
Q: How can I tell if my floor is waxed?
A: Apply a small amount of water to an inconspicuous area. If the finish turns dull or white it is probably waxed.
Q: I applied MOP & GLO® Multi-Surface Floor Cleaner to my unglazed tile floor. Now it is discolored. How can I remove this?
A: Try using an ammonia based product, such as a floor stripper, to remove a floor polish. However, you should first check with the floor manufacturer to make sure the floor is safe to do so.
Q: Can I use MOP & GLO® Multi-Surface Floor Cleaner on my terrazzo floor?
A: It can be used on a satillo floor tile. This type of tile is porous, so it will get darker when MOP & GLO® Multi-Surface Floor Cleaner is applied, but as the solution dries it will go back to its original clay-like appearance.
Q: The directions on the MOP & GLO® Multi-Surface Floor Cleaner bottle read "do not shake bottle". Usually most directions say to be certain to shake. Why is this?
A: Shaking will produce a large amount of foam, which may dry into the polish film and leave visible craters in the polish.
Q: What causes a build-up on my floor?
A: As with any wax or polish, MOP & GLO® Multi-Surface Floor Cleaner should be removed periodically to prevent a build-up of old polish. This can occur if the floor is polished too frequently, and/or if not cleaned thoroughly in-between polishing.
Q: How do I remove this build-up?
A: Use a solution of 1/4 cup all purpose cleaner (such as LYSOL® All Purpose Cleaner with out Bleach) and 1 cup household ammonia in ½ gallon of warm water. Wet the area with the solution and mop.
Q: Where can I find the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for MOP & GLO®?
A: Please visit reckittprofessional.com for the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).