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-high traffic gloss finish floor polish suitable for all hard floors

-highly recommended for all types of prestigious floors

-it will finish your floor in a high gloss very durable finish

-a top of the range floor polish from Evans brand

-easy to apply and very easy to clean & maintain


Enhance Floor Polish – Where to use

Enhance Floor Polish is a high traffic floor polish that can be used on any type of floor surface, regardless of the type of traffic. It will last for years even on floors that are under huge traffic daily. Evans Enhance Floor Polish is not an artificial looking floor polish and it will enhance the look of your floor without making it too shiny. At its best on marmoleum, amtico, vinyl, lino, terrazzo, marble, travertine, terracotta, wood floors. 


Enhance Floor Polish – How to use

Apply 3 coats of Enhance Floor Polish on a dry and dust free floor surface. All pre existent floor polishes need to be removed before applying a new protective coat of polish. It can be applied over existing floor finishes but its durability will be affected. Some very rough floors will require the use of a floor primer to even up the floor surface. Apply the first coat of Evans Enhance Floor Polish with a microfiber floor pad or a polish applicator. Wait for 1 to 2 hours to dry and apply the second coat of floor polish. Wait for 1 to 2 hours to dry and then apply the third coat of floor polish. Do not stop the polish applicator on the floor for longer than 10 seconds to avoid marking the floor. Apply the first coat of Enhance Floor Polish north to south and the next coat from west to east. It will attach better and it will last longer. Evans Enhance Floor Polish should dry within 2 hours but its drying time can vary from one floor to another. Natural stone floors which are cold and have low porosity will take much longer to fully dry. Turn off the under floor heater when applying floor polish to avoid fast drying. The floor polish will only last if applied right and the whole process was done correctly.


Evans Enhance Floor Polish – Maintenance

Maintaining the floor is the most important operation. After polishing, the floor surface will look like a mirror but it will not stay like that for long. The floor needs to be washed regularly with a neutral floor cleaning product (Clean & Shine or Lemon Gel) and it will require high speed buffing. Evans Enhance Floor Polish is a super high traffic floor polish but it will only last if the floor is cleaned regularly and buffed with a red or white floor pad. To achieve the best results fast, please buff your floor with a floor buffer with at least 400 RPM. Avoid using the same mop for bathrooms and floor area. Many public buildings do not buff their floors regularly and use bleach based cleaning products. The floor will dullen and will become damaged if not maintained properly.


Evans Enhance Floor Polish – Why Enhance

A good floor polish can change the look of any floor. Evans Enhance Floor Polish is a high class product designed to enhance the look of any floor on which it is applied. This magic floor polish is known to last for years and keep its shine for much longer than its competition. It will not mark as easily as other floor polishes and it is very easy to clean and apply. Evans Enhance Floor Polish will respond faster to burnishing and will require much less maintenance than other floor polishes. If you need a beautiful floor polish to make your floor look proud to exist you should try Enhance Floor Polish.


Evans Enhance Floor Polish – Buy bulk

If you use a lot of floor polish it will make more sense to order in bulk. We will deliver for free and if you order over 500€ we will give you a 10% discount. Evans Enhance Floor Polish has a much better coverage area so you will need much less polish than other brands, to complete the same floor surface. Evans Enhance Floor Polish is already very well priced but if you buy more you can save more.


Evans Enhance Floor Polish – Recommendation

If you are in charge of a school, a crèche, a public building, a sports room etc. you know how important it is not to have to re-polish your floors each year. Enhance Floor Polish will last for about 5 years even on high traffic areas if properly maintained. By avoiding regular re-polishing you will save a lot of money and inconvenience. Use Enhance Floor Polish and save money.



Enhance Floor Polish – a floor polish for prestigious floors!


A bit more information about floor polishes. This information is informative only:


Polishing Your Floor

We all want great-looking floors. You want to be proud of your investment. You want to come home to an elegant floor. You want your guests to compliment you on how lovely it is. You want to impress your date. You want to attract buyers for your property. You want customers to your business to have a high opinion about what you do. You want investors in your company to feel that they are getting their money’s worth. Or maybe you just want something nice beneath your feet. Floor care has garnered a lot of importance in the past decade. Since floors are under constant human traffic, they experience some of the highest stress levels in any building. There’s the furniture that’s put on them, the items that are dragged on them, and the heels that keep trooping on them, day in and day out. Dust, humidity, friction- your floor has a lot of enemies. Regardless of the situation, it will wear down with time. But you don't have to worry about your floor losing its strength and lustre. That’s where floor polish comes in. It's a protective coating applied over your floor to protect it against the abuse of traffic, and enhance its appearance.


Polishing Hardwood Floors

Here’s how you can transform your hardwood floor from dull and grimy look to a gleaming, gorgeous and well-polished phenomenon:

1. Vacuum, sweep or dust mop your hardwood floor. (Note that you should be doing this once a week, or more, if needed). The vacuum head must be brush or felt. 


2. Use recommended hardwood floor cleaners for your floor. Dip your mop into the bucket of prepared cleaning solution, then wring it out completely, mop in the direction of the wood grain and repeat. For wood floors that have been surface-sealed with urethane, polyurethane or polyacrylic, you simply have to sweep and mop. These floors are stain and water-damage resistant. Remember that water is wood's worst enemy. So when moping just use a damp mop, and don't soak the floor. 


3. Now you floor is ready for polishing. Sand it lightly and recoat it using a lay or two of the floor polish. 


For penetrating-seal-treated and oil-treated wood floors, you should pamper and protect them with liquid or paste wax. In case there are any hairline cracks in the floor, especially during winter, don't attempt to fill them up. The cold weather usually makes the wood to shrink and crack. Everything should return to normal during the summer. However, you can use a humidifier to reduce the cracks.


Tips To Protect Your Hardwood Floor Finish

After polishing the floor, you want to keep it looking great. Here are things that you should do to maintain the appearance:


· Wipe up beverage spills as soon as they occur. Don't let water sand on the floor for any length of time.


· Get interior and exterior doormats and put them at entrances to collect dirt and moisture. This will prevent all of it from being tracked onto your floor.


· For high traffic areas such as the living room, and pivotal areas, like in front of your kitchen sink, use area rugs (with slip-resistant backings). They should be breathable, to allow moisture to escape. Remember that the overall use of your floors will dictate how often you clean. High-traffic areas will need to be mopped or polished more often, while less-frequented floors can last a bit longer between more intense cleanings.


· Trim the nails of your pet to prevent it from scratching your floor and damaging it. 


· Don't roll or drag heavy appliances and furniture over your floor. You can make use of plywood hardboard or lifts.


· You can rest furniture on your floor on small metal tips or hard domes.


· Keep the relative humidity in your home between 35% and 55%. You can maintain proper humidity levels by using your air conditioner, dehumidifier, or by controlling the settings on your heating system during the summer months.


· Avoid rubber, plastic or foam back mats as they can trap moisture in the floor, and discolour it. Make sure the protective coverings you get are designed for wood floors.


· You can get a professional flooring installer to replace any individual planks, strips, or parquets that are heavily gouged or damaged.


· Avoid using the following substances to clean your hardwood floor: ammonia-concentrated cleaners, detergents, bleach, wax-based products, oil soaps, acidic materials such as vinegar or abrasive cleaning soaps. Vinegar and water tend to dull the floor’s finish over time, while soap and wax usually leave residue. Don't use oils, waxes or furniture sprays on your floor. The oil will leave a residue, and the furniture spray will create a slippery surface, and wax takes time to apply and makes re-coating difficult.


· Avoid steamers, wood stoves and electric heat on the wood floor. Steam cleaners put heat and excessive water on your floor, which results to cupping and long-term damage. The wood stoves and heat sources will create very dry conditions and lead to cracking.


· Protect your floor from direct sunlight.


· Avoid walking in your home with poorly maintained shoes, and those having heel taps, spike heels or sharp objects protruding from the shoe.


Polishing Laminate Floors

The floor is bound to lose its shine with time due to a build-up of dirt and grime. Using soap based products will just make it duller. This is why it's imperative to find the cleaning products specifically meant for laminate floors. Here's how you get down to cleaning and polishing the floor to make it look like new:


1. Sweep and vacuum it to get rid of all dirt and debris. Clean along the walls and pay attention to the areas under the furniture, since dirt and hair usually slide across the laminate floors. In fact, any slight change in the air can push dirt out from its hiding place and onto the floor, which will mean you to have to sweep it all over again. You can use a dusting mop or broom and dustpan, or a vacuumed with a hard floor setting. 


2. Use the cleaning product and water to clean the floor. Preferably, use a microfiber mop. They glide across the floor and pick up dirt and pet hair effortlessly. 


3. Here's how to remove stubborn stains: 

· Freeze grease using an ice pack until it hardens, then scrape it off with a plastic knife.

· Remove ink using a damp cloth with detergent. You can use a commercial ink remover for those very stubborn stains.

· If you've poured some coca cola or red wine, simply wipe it off using a damp cloth.

· Blood stains can be removed by spraying the stain with a window cleaner and wiping it off with a damp cloth,

· Scuffs and heel marks can be rubbed off using an eraser- just like you do with your kid's homework. Yes, the floor is that easy to maintain.

· Pry off chewing gum stuck to the floor using a plastic knife or something that’s not metal. Rub off the residue using a damp cloth with mineral spirit.


4. Use a clean, dry, lint-free cloth and dry the floor by hand using circular motions.


5. Shake a bottle of laminate floor polish gently and then spray, or pour some on the floor. Start at the farthest corner of the room and work your way to the other regions. You can spread the polish with a lint-free clean mop, a microfiber towel, or the apparatus that was packaged with the floor polish for sale. Apply the polish in small sections, working your way backward out of the room. 


6. Let the polish dry according to the manufacturer's directions. Apply a second coat in the same manner if needed. If there's a heavy haze on the floor, you may need to repeat the above a few times to restore its shine. Avoid walking on the floor after the procedure for at least 6 hours for the best results.


Tips For Maintaining Laminate Floor Polish

Avoid using steel wool or scouring pads, since they can easily scratch it. Avoid using an all-purpose cleaner (like the kind used to clean vinyl or ceramic floors) on laminate floors- unless the floor is really dirty. Most of the time you'll just need to vacuum it and mop with plain hot water. Don't leave water standing on the floor. It will seep between the cracks, causing the floor to swell and warp. Sometimes laminate floors are dull because they are old. If removing the residue fails to make the laminate floor shine again, that is a sign that the surface of the floor is worn out. In this case, you can use a floor shiner to recreate the original look. If you need to use a shine restorer, ensure you purchase an item specially designed for laminate floors; avoid using wax meant for tile, vinyl or no-wax floors. Applying a coat or two of floor polish will be effective in reviving the shine.


Polishing Tile Floors

There are different kinds of floor tiles- from porcelain and Saltillo (Mexican tile) to terrazo, terra cotta, ceramic and quarry tiles. They are used in kitchen, entryways, living rooms and even bathrooms. For each of these you can get the right floor polish for sale. First you need to clean the tile floor, otherwise you'll be grounding dirt into the tile and grout. 


1. Start by vacuuming the entire floor to pick up any loose dirt. Use a broom for those hard to reach areas like under kitchen cabinets to pull out the dirt and then you can vacuum it. 


2. Clean the grout using a bucket of cleaning product mixed with warm water. You can use dish liquid. Scrub with a brush and rinse with a clean sponge. 


3. Steam clean the tile and wipe all areas dry. Your tile floor should now be having a nice sheen.


4. Apply the polish. Use a buffer and guide it across the floor. It will come off shiny and bright, just the way you love it.


5. Allow the first coat to dry for 40 minutes, second coat approximately 2 hours. Give it 48 hours for the polish to become fully resistant.


There are numerous kinds of floor polish for sale. They form a natural satin shine protective film which prevents water, dirt and oil from penetrating the tile surface for easy maintenance. The polish leaves a satin shine and easy to clean finish. 



Tips For Maintaining Your Tile Floor Polish

You're required to sweep and mop every week. Clean up any spill as soon as possible. Dye-based spills such as grape juice, sine, or coffee can result into tough stains, but you can fix them with the recommended cleaner for your tile floor, or use dish washing liquid with household bleach. Simply use them with a damp paper towel, and allow it to sit on the stain for around 20 minutes. Rinse well after that to remove the cleaning product, and then dry the floor.



Polishing Marble Floors

Marble floors have been around for centuries because of their aesthetic appeal and durability. This natural limestone is used everywhere- from flooring and staircases to fireplace mantles. However, it is porous and stains easily, hence the requirement for regular maintenance. Marble cleaning can be tricky- you can use a crystallizing agent that will make it look great for a couple of months, but end up eating away at the composite. These quick and easy solutions come with chemicals that react with the minerals in the marble, and make the shine to fade. You'll be forced to spend more to restore the floor. The right equipment, cleaning product and polish for sale will save you lots of time and energy.


Before you can clean and polish it, you need to determine what kind of marble floor it is. Is it natural or cultured marble? Feel it with you hand and pick a secluded spot and put some drops of vinegar on it. Natural marbles usually cooler to the touch than surrounding air, it reacts with vinegar to form some bubbles or fizz, and scratches easily. On the other hand, cultured marble is usually the same temperature as the surrounding air, neither reacts with vinegar nor scratches easily. 


To polish natural marble:

1. First get rid of the stains. Since it's very porous, spills tend to seep into the stone and get trapped. Remove them using a damp sponge or a soft cloth. You can get the recommended cleaning product for your marble floor and rub gently until the area is clean. Rinse thoroughly. Avoid future stains by wiping up spills as soon as they happen.


2. Wash away the grime using the cleaning product and warm water. 


3. Dry the surface using a clean and dry cloth.


4. Apply the marble floor polish using a clean cloth in a thin layer. Give it an hour to dry, or the time that's recommended on the product. Use a clean cloth and warm water to rinse the surface.


5. Dry and buff with a soft microfiber cloth. Wipe in gentle circular motions. 


Tips For Protecting Your Natural Marble Floor Polish

You can use a sealant. However, ensure that you tape off surfaces that are not meant to be sealed using masking tape, as you apply it- such as wood trim, or stainless steel surfaces. When using the sealant, you can be generous. Ensure the surface is wet, and give it time to air dry. Do not use the surface as you wait. Acid damages natural marble, so stay away from products like vinegar or lemon juice when cleaning. 



For cultured marble:

1. Remove the stains. You can use a nylon-bristled brush and cleaning product to scrub the floor.


2. Use a clean dry cloth to ensure you've gotten rid of all the moisture.


3. Apply the polish that is specially designed for cultured marble. There is also gel floor polish for sale, which can polish and seal your floor at the same time.


Tips For Protecting Your Cultured Marble Floor Polish

Protect the floor from stains and scratches using floor mats, coasters, and area rugs. After showering, use squeegee to remove the water drops from the shower to protect it from water stains. Regularly sweep and mop the marble floor to keep it clean. Apply a sealant at least once a year to help prevent stains. New marble should always be sealed with a penetrating sealer, which will prevent cracks and chips from being formed. Marble floor repair of older marble floors should be repaired first, cleaned, and then finally sealed While you can use acetone-based products on natural marble, avoid them on cultured marble as they can damage the gel coating. 


A polished marble floor will have a glossy, reflective finish that shifts with changes in light, providing a look of elegance to a room. Your home will look great, and it enhances the value of the property, for those looking to sell. Different kinds of marble has different requirements. For instance, pure white marble differs from the green kind. The former is a result of metamorphism of very pure limestone. The green kind is often a serpentine pattern that results from high magnesium content that’s found in the limestone with added silica impurities. You can always have a professional refinish your marble floor by grinding, stripping, repairing, and polishing it to bring back its lustre and beauty. They'll have various kinds of polishing pads, made from metal and resin (such as diamond polishing pads) specifically made for such projects, and they'll gently bring back the marble to a smooth shiny slip resistant finish. They can also carry out marble honing. This is a method of removing lippage- high edges- and scratches. It's usually used on limestone products, to give the marble floor a low lustre finish, while taking away the shine that's found on the marble's edge. This helps to keep the imperfect edge from standing out.


Polishing Vinyl Floors

They are very durable, but they need a little polish every now and then to revert them to their brand new state.

1. Start by ensuring you have a clean surface. Sweep or vacuum your floor to eliminate the surface dirt, dust and lint.


2. Mop up the floor using warm water and a soft mop. Warm water is sufficient if the floor is not very dirty. If it requires thorough cleaning, use a mixture of the cleaning product recommended for your vinyl floor, and warm water.


3. If the floor has visible stains and spills you can use a mop with a mild floor detergent. Concentrate on the deep-seated stains. Rinse it using with warm water to ensure there's no soap residue that's left on the floor that can to attract dirt.


4. Apply a thin coat of the vinyl floor polish on a flat mop. Using smooth and even strokes, go over the floor with the mop. If needed, apply more polish to the mop. However, do not apply it on the floor in thick layers. Check the product instructions for direction.


If you’re using a liquid floor polish, do not allow pools of liquid to form. Let the surface dry and repeat application until you achieve the desired gloss level. The secret is to use very thin coats. It also makes it easier to remove the polish further down the track. After multiple applications it may be necessary to strip the floor using a suitable floor stripper, and then wash the surface with the recommended cleaning product and allow it to dry before reapplying the polish.


Tips For Maintaining The Vinyl Floor Polish

The floor may be tough, but it will cut and tear if subjected to sharp and heavy loads, Use felt pads on the base of your furniture legs. In addition, avoid dragging furniture across the floor. Instead, lift your chairs and tables when moving them to avoid scratching the floor. You can strip the vinyl to remove the dirt and residues that have built-up within the floor. Pour your vinyl stripping solution over the floor and spread it on the surface using a rag. Give it around 15 minutes to settle and then scrub vigorously using a nylon brush. Rinse with warm water to remove the stripping agent. You can strip the floor twice a year as a maintenance measure. Use a refinisher when your floor has been severely worn out and scratched.

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