Quick Shine High Traffic Hardwood Floor Luster is a product that’s supposed to clean and shine sealed wood floors. It’s also supposed to be a “high traffic” formula that stands up to a lot of use. Of course, as I’ve stated in the past, the only way to find out if the product is good is to ignore the marketing hype and just see how well it performs. Which is precisely what I did in this review.
When I got the product, I noticed that it was in a squeeze bottle that only held about 27-ounces of product. And since this floor cleaner isn’t concentrated but ready-to-use, I was pretty sure it wouldn’t be able to do all of my floors. Sadly, I was right. I got quite a bit of my hardwood floors but not all of them.
As I used the product though, I did notice that it did a great job of cleaning. It got up all of the messes I needed it to get up and it left a simply beautiful shine. A shine that really dazzled me for a moment. I just kind of stared at it for about 40-minutes or so—which is how long it took this product to dry.
Now, you’re probably wondering why this product would only make it to the number 10 spot on my hardwood floor cleaning list if it cleaned and shined well. Although I liked its performance, I wasn’t happy how long the cleaner took to dry and with how long the shine lasted. My floors only retained that fabulous shine for about a week before I had to redo them again with another bottle of cleaner.
This product does have a lot going for it. It cleans well, it shines and it meets United States EPA Safer Product Standards. But it’s slow drying time, small size and its inability to provide a lasting shine are disappointing.
It cleans well, it shines and it meets United States EPA Safer Product Standards. But it's slow drying time, small size and its inability to provide a lasting shine are disappointing.
- Easy to use
- Cleans well
- Shines floor
- Meets U.S EPA Safer Product Standards
- Too small of a bottle
- Shine could've lasted longer
- Dries slowly