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07-17-2012 07:32 AM
shellybrown I always used the lemon scented mopping solution at home or you can use the same or you can try a minute vinegar and hot water to clean it up perfectly. I think you will try this twice in a day to remove too much Murphy oil really it will works...

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05-27-2012 05:15 PM
aquailtylife How should the mixture go? Half water & half vinegar? Should I dab it on and leave it for a bit or wipe it off after I do the procedure?
05-25-2012 01:44 AM
katty According to me you should try white vinegar with water solution and I hope it will really work for you. Make sure it should be used twice with proper water. After that just wipe water and you will not found oil on floor.
05-22-2012 10:28 PM
How to reverse too much murphy oil?

I think I may have used too much on my wood floors. What can I use to get up the sticky finger print look off my floor? Regular mopping is not an option. It is not recommended on the type of wood that I have. I use swiffer wet jets and dry mops.

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