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How to Take Care of Floors Published in 1958 Important: Please note the summary text below was created by electronically reading the scanned images with optical character recognition software (ocr). OCR technolgoy is not yet perfected and you might see some spelling and formatting errors in the preview text below.
These errors are not actually in the final product, the download file you will receive is a pure clean high-resolution scan of the original document, containing all text, graphics and photos exactly as originally printed. Page 2: The Floor's Yours. Take a look at your floors-other people do!
And what they see plays an important part in their impression of your home. Basically, home beauty begins with the floor. You can choose from a wide variety of attractive hard surface flooring materials which are decorative, durable, easy-to-care-for, economical or glamorously expensive. Ever-popular wood is warm, and rich in natural color and graining.
It can be laid in strips, planks, or interesting parquetry patterns. Different stains and finishes provide variety of color and tone. Floor coverings such as vinyl, linoleum, rubber and asphalt tile are available in a wide range of lovely colors and designs, for any room in the house. Marble, stone, brick, ceramic and cork ^-historic flooring materials-are being used in new and unusual ways today. But regardless of the material, all hard surface floorings have one important quality in common: treated right, they'll stay lovely year after year. Page 3: •••and it's Easy to Care For Today's hard surface floorings should all be cared for the easy modern way-with WAX!
A waxed floor looks better and stays clean longer because dirt doesn't stick. Wax keeps grit from grinding into the surface, too-protects from wear; no expensive refinishing or replacement. Even tough vinyl will scratch and look shabby if not protected with wax.
At Johnson's Wax, tests are constantly being made on every kind of hard surface flooring, and this knowledge has been put to work to bring you products that beautify your floor and take the wear-that make cleaning easier-that are safe for your floor. There are a few points you should understand to do a good job of floor care. First, the kind of products available: Two For The Shine There are just two basic kinds of floor care products: Polishing waxes (liquid or paste) that must be buffed to a shine.
These products contain naphtha to keep the wax soft in the can-so you can rub it into the floor in a thin film. The liquid type (Beautiflor) is really Paste Wax thinned with extra naphtha.
It cleans each time you apply it because the naphtha dissolves the old polishing wax on the floor. Ground-in dirt is loosened and picked up by the applicator.
When you use polishing wax, you never have to wash the floor; never have to remove the old wax. Self-polishing waxes (liquid only) that dry shiny. Easy to apply-do not need buffing. For best results, self-polishing waxes should be applied to a clean floor and should be completely removed two or three times a year with a wax remover. Page 4: Which Product For You?