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On 08/02/2017 at 3:56 PM, Ron@Optimum said:

Power Clean is a great all purpose and you can change the ratio depending on the project. Don't let your wife find it because it will disappear into the kitchen/bathroom. It works great on tile, but don't use on wood floors (leaves a film that's hard to remove.

 

Ron, sorry for dragging up an old quote.  I am curious about the film left behind on wood.  One of the things I like about OPC is how easy it is to remove, what is it about wood where something is left behind?

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I used Power Clean on a new laminate wood floor and it left a film that took 3 passes with a wet towel to remove.  When I mentioned it to Dr G, he said Power Clean was not the right product for wood due to the residue (no other explanation), but suggested ONR or Opti-Clean.  OC is my go-to for most surfaces now because it cleans well with no side issues.

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Laminated floors usually don't like anything else than water (or need!) or special laminated floor cleaners, almost all others leave a film.

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On 25/09/2018 at 2:38 PM, Ron@Optimum said:

I used Power Clean on a new laminate wood floor and it left a film that took 3 passes with a wet towel to remove.  When I mentioned it to Dr G, he said Power Clean was not the right product for wood due to the residue (no other explanation), but suggested ONR or Opti-Clean.  OC is my go-to for most surfaces now because it cleans well with no side issues.

Thanks Ron for the explanation.

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