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  • After the hard work, I like to gaze at the grains of wood as they stand out, makes me want to walk barefooted like a kid

    • by carpediem

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      Wood is a type of flooring I approved of, maybe because I grew up in a house where wood dominates the second floor and even the furniture. My fortress, plainly known as my room has a wood flooring extending to other rooms. The sight of a polished wood could set my mood, for it seemingly add a bit of elegance as its luster spread out inside my diminutive and plain room—I owe it all to Johnson Waterproof Floor Wax. A small box of it is sufficient to my room and nearby room, hallway and stairs.

      There are two variety of Johnson Floor Wax: red and natural. I have no idea what type of wood flooring we have at home, but I’m certain its color is somewhat fading, probably because of drops of liquid. To give a dark look, I opted for red Johnson. For comparison, I too have tried the natural variation. It seems to highlight the light areas on the wood while the dark areas has less contrast. Having witnessed the discrepancy, I am more likely to use the red one; it doesn’t mean my choice is superior to ...

      • the other. It’s just a matter of preference. However, dealing with quality, I would give them both a gleaming recommendation.

        Johnson is a paste floor wax, thus I have to get down on my knees, patiently and evenly apply it on the floor. To get the desired effect after applying the wax in the morning, I then leave it for a few hours to let the wax adhere to the wood. By noon, I would manually scrub the floor—serving as a form of exercise as well. Polishing takes time than applying the wax. After the hard

        work, I like to gaze at the grains of wood as they stand out, makes me want to walk barefooted like a kid. In a month, I could enjoy the nostalgic and classic appeal of a polished wood. The duration of efficacy could take much longer, since Johnson is a waterproof floor wax. When I inadvertently wet the floor, I gave no fuss about it, though I knew for sure that it will leave a white spot after evaporation. All I have to do is to scrub and the luster is restored again, as if nothing happens.

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