Stripping & Waxing

Stripping the floors with warm water
* Application of floor stripper
* Letting the floor sit for minutes but not becoming dry
* Scrubbing the floor to remove the all stripper
* Rinsing the floor with a sour solution to make the floor surface neutral
* Letting the floor dry completely using air movers as necessary
* Applying 2 coats of sealer, allowing 30 minutes between coats to dry
* Buffing the newly sealed floor with a floor machine
* Dust mopping the floor to make sure it is completely dust free
* Applying 2 coats of wax, allowing 30 minutes between coasts to dry first
* Buffing the floor again with a floor machine


Floor polishes are a maintenance coating that provide a shine or sheen to the floor. It will fill in micro-scratches and make them less noticeable. If your floors are looking dull or worn, it’s time to consider a coat of polish. Just don’t overdo it—you can polish your floor every 1 – 3 months.


Polishing actually removes the top layer of floor finish, removing nicks & scuffs. It gives more shine, more smooth surface & is longer lasting. Buffing is done either by hand or with a machine & it fills in nicks & scuffs with a buffing solution (often called ‘floor polish’) that’s buffed to a shine.