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Swiffer WetJet Spray Wood Floor Cleaner

Swiffer Wood Floor Solution, Blossom Breeze, 42.2 Ounce - 2 pk

$9.68


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The Swiffer WetJet Wood Floor Cleaner does not quite do what it is supposed to do. I have used it on some of my hardwood floors a few times, now, since I already had the Swiffer WetJet Mop and was curious to see if the wood cleaning solution would made cleaning those rooms a little bit easier. The results were okay, but not something I would go out of my way to repeat. It seems to make the finish on the floor seem a little bit dull and streaky, rather than shiny and clean. It did clean up some of the dirt that was on the surface of the floor, but I wish it would have left a little bit of a more high-quality looking finish on them, afterward. I will probably go ahead and use the rest of this bottle, since I already have it on hand in the house, but after that, I will find an alternative. I most likely will not purchase this product again, once it runs out, because I don't feel it is as effective as it could be. Still, I love Swiffer, and if they came out with a more advanced formula, I'd be willing to try it.

I purchased the Swiffer Wet Jet Wood Floor Cleaner, after I bought a Swiffer Wet Jet, and then realized that the spray that came with my Wet Jet, was not meant to be used on wood floors. When I went out I found this replacement spray, suggested just for wood floors, and for the cost my expectations were pretty high. I was left sorely disappointed. The spray is much like using soapy water. I (wrongly) anticipated that since it was meant for wood floors, there would be some polish aspect to the product. It has nothing of the sort. After I finished using the product my wood floors were dull, with an almost sticky residue on them. I was disappointed that Swiffer would put their name on such a product. Why bother making a wood floor cleaner that leaves them looking grimier than when I started? It also doesn't even have the pleasant smell of other Swiffer products. Huge waste of money.

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Swiffer Wet Jet Wood Floor Cleaner - 1.25L

I purchased the Swiffer Wet Jet Wood Floor Cleaner, after I bought a Swiffer Wet Jet, and then realized that the spray that came with my Wet Jet, was not meant to be used on wood floors. When I went out I found this replacement spray, suggested just for wood floors, and for the cost my expectations were pretty high. I was left sorely disappointed. The spray is much like using soapy water. I (wrongly) anticipated that since it was meant for wood floors, there would be some polish aspect to the product. It has nothing of the sort. After I finished using the product my wood floors were dull, with an almost sticky residue on them. I was disappointed that Swiffer would put their name on such a product. Why bother making a wood floor cleaner that leaves them looking grimier than when I started? It also doesn't even have the pleasant smell of other Swiffer products. Huge waste of money.

Swiffer WetJet Wood Floor Cleaner leaves a dull film on my hard wood floors. I was very disappointed in this product. I have been a Swiffer customer for many years. I use several of their products. I use the WetJet with their "regular" solution and it works great on the floors in my bathroom and kitchen.

So since I already had the WetJet machine, I thought I would try the product they made specifically for wood floors. I read the package and I thought that this would be a great product!

Well, it is very easy to use (just like any of the Swiffer products). You just load the bottle into the machine and start Swiffing. It is very quick and easy. And it worked very well to clean a little sticky, messy spot. I had great expectations. The scent is very pleasant. It smells a little fruity and very clean. I like it.

But the problem is that when the fluid dried, it left a very noticeable dull film on my wood floor. There was a very significant matte haze. I was very disappointed. I thought it might not be completely dry, so I left it for about an hour to see if the haze disappeared. But it didn't go away.

I had to "buff" off the film. (Ironically, I used a dry regular Swiffer pad to fix the problem!) The finished product was fine, but it too much more work than I expected.

Maybe it works well on other types, colors or finishes of wood floors. But for me, it was a failure!