Skyline Floorscapes - Cleaning and Maintenance

Skyline Floorscapes Maintenance

Skyline Floorscapes Initial Maintenance Instructions

Apply WOCA Oil Refresher immediately after installation is complete.

Oil Refresher is an oil/soap combination used for the regular cleaning of engineered hardwood. Oil Refresher, available in natural and white, combines efficient cleaning with re-oiling as additional oil penetrates into the wood, forming a protective layer within the surface of the floor. This means longer wear before re-oiling. Oil Refresher not only cleans and nourishes oiled floors but also forms a protective film on the floor after drying, making future cleaning quicker and easier.

Oil Refresher should not be used more than four times per year as this may create unwanted build-up. Floors requiring more frequent cleaning should be cleaned with WOCA Natural Soap, or use Master Soap for commercial areas. with intermittent use of Oil Refresher up to four times per year.

Never apply Oil Refresher to an oiled floor until at least 36 hours after the last oil application.

If too much Oil Refresher is used in solution, footprints may show on the floor even after drying. To remove excess Oil Refresher, clean the floor with WOCA Intensive Wood Cleaner. Use a good quality mop, such as the WOCA Swep Mop, which has no loose ends. Remember that a wood floor should only be damp mopped.

How to use WOCA Oil Refresher on Engineered Hardwood

WOCA Oil Refresher Soap

WOCA Oil Refresher Coverage: 1,600 – 2,100 sq. ft. / liter

  1. Sweep or vacuum before cleaning engineered hardwood with WOCA Oil Refresher.  The floor must be free from dust before treatment.
  2. Shake the bottle well before use.
  3. Dilute WOCA Oil Refresher with lukewarm water.  3 oz. Oil Refresher per gallon of lukewarm water.
  4. Damp mop the floor with a well wrung mop.
  5. Leave the floor to dry for approximately two hours before use.

Please Note:

It is not unusual to see a “haze” on darker floors after soaping. Simply put a cotton cloth under a dust mop or floor buffer and quickly polish away the “haze”.

WOCA Oil Refresher should be used instead of Soap at least once a year. If cleaning engineered hardwoods four times a year or less, Oil Refresher is recommended instead of WOCA Soap.

Cleaning Engineered Hardwood Oiled Wood Floors

WOCA Natural Soap: The Perfect Product for Cleaning Engineered Hardwood

The soap solution, which contains soy and coconut fats, forms a protective film on the floor after drying, making future cleaning quicker and easier. The soap must be diluted. Never apply soap to an oiled floor until at least 36 hours after the last oil application. Public and commercial areas which require daily or weekly cleaning should use WOCA Master Soap.

If too much soap is used in solution, footprints may show on the floor even after drying. To remove excess Oil Refresher, clean the floor with WOCA Intensive Wood Cleaner. Use a good quality mop, such as the WOCA Swep Mop, which has no loose ends. Remember that a wood floor should only be damp mopped.

Step by Step Instructions for Cleaning Engineered Hardwood

WOCA Natural Soap - Cleaning and protection of oiled wood

WOCA Natural Soap Coverage: 3000-4000 sq.ft./liter.

  1. Sweep or vacuum before cleaning engineered hardwood with WOCA Natural Soap.  The floor must be free from dust before treatment.
  2. Shake the bottle well before use.
  3. Dilute WOCA Natural Soap with lukewarm water.  3 oz. Natural Soap per gallon of lukewarm water.
  4. Damp mop the floor with a well wrung mop.
  5. Leave the floor to dry.

Please Note:

It is not unusual to see a “haze” on darker floors after soaping. Simply put a cotton cloth under a dust mop or floor buffer and quickly polish away the “haze”.

WOCA Oil Refresher should be used instead of Soap at least once a year. If cleaning engineered hardwood four times a year or less, Oil Refresher is recommended instead of Soap.

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