How to Make Floor Wax

If we are creative and learn how to make floor wax, we will make tremendous savings in our budget because household cleaning products can be expensive. So let’s show you that you can easily make your own floors shine. We’ve already explained how to make two types of wax on your own.  

How to Make Floor Wax
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Wax with lemon juice

To make it, you need 1/3 cup of olive oil, 2/3 cup of lemon juice, a measuring cup, some essential oil, and a container where you can pour your wax. In this container, we will add olive oil to clean and the lemon juice to polish. Then add the essences with moderation since the smell is strong and if you have pets, it could be toxic.

In the same vein, in our outline of how to make floor wax, the essences that are toxic to animals are lavender, mint, and cinnamon. When using it, be sure to remove dust from the surfaces to be waxed. Shake the container and apply by moistening a cloth.

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Kerosene Floor Wax

This is another alternative of how to make floor wax with other ingredients. You will need beeswax or 3 candles, 1 liter of kerosene, a can place your wax that is not plastic or can melt, a pan, and a teaspoon. To start, put the pan on the fire and let it heat up for 2 minutes.

If you use candles, break them into small pieces and remove the wicks. If you use beeswax, use an amount that fits the size of your fist. Returning to the candles, place them in the pan and let them melt for 5 minutes. Move everything with the spoon. Now remove the pan from the stove and add the kerosene.

As the next step in our project on how to make floor wax, we continue moving the mixture with the spoon. Finally, when it has cooled down you can pour the mixture into the can you have destined for it. If you want to accelerate the cooling process, you can do it by leaving the pan on a container with cold water.

Translated and adapted by Noobuzz staff.

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