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post #1 of Old 08-12-2013, 02:27 PM Thread Starter
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BONA for all types hardwood floors?

Hi, I have a question. I'm using Bona for all my clients hardwood floors, my girlfriend told me that she damaged wood floor by bona one time.I'm using it because i think floors looks great and is very safe product to use.But maybe damage by bona happen for you too?Maybe i should find other product?So far i wasn't happy with Murphy bc after a while is building up and Bona was the best. What do u think?
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post #2 of Old 12-08-2013, 10:00 AM
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Have HEARD of but never USED BONA.
When I started, I used Murphey's but now that hardwood floors are the must~have, every client has a wood floor installer promoting their own OVER PRICED products.
If you use anything but what THEY promote~the warranty on the floor is VOID.
Usually, the customer buys the product ONCE and never does again.
I use Mr. Clean (diluted) or Pine-Sol (the GOOD smelling product~not the one's that smell like a hospital.)
Not ONE complaint or defected warranty.
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Through the laboratory test, Bio clean shows the 100% result that kills each and every bacteria, spot and stains and clean at the same time even for hard floor also.Its not only for surface cleaning but also for walls and hobs as well. Try this product.Really helpful.
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post #4 of Old 01-22-2014, 08:35 AM
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Bona is the best

We exclusively use Bona on hardwood floors, and have never had a problem. The solution is applied directly to the mop, not the floor. 90% of our clients who have wood floors ask what we use and are very happy to hear that we use Bona.

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Bona is a wooden floor cleaner which is ready to use waterborne cleaner designed with the on-going maintenance of finished timber floors.But what I do is that I use it only rarely,that is when I really need it for spots or stains.You can either mist a light area or just mist the mops. Using a chemical cleaner regularly is not needed except when there are extreme spills and spots.
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Thanks guys.So far my customers love bone and I never got a complain, however is a little bit expensive...:/
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Being a green company, I could never use Bona.
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post #8 of Old 02-17-2014, 09:24 PM Thread Starter
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Maid to Shine,this is awesome website! My company is not green, is is good know that some of the products are less harm that other.
The main products I use is:
multi purpuse pine soile for general lavender , magic eraser, sprayaway for glass,sweefers for dust, bona for wood floors
What do you guys use (main products) ????
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