ZPEZUHLF128

Zep Hardwood Floor Cleaner

Liquid Solution - 128.0 fl oz (4.0 quart) - 1Each - Blue

Reg. Price $18.82

Our Price $13.13 Each

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Designed for hardwood and laminate floors
Cleans and restores the floors shine
No sticky residue left behind
Professional-strength
Size: 1 gal
  • Additional Info
SKU
ZPEZUHLF128
Manufacturer
Zep Speriror Solutions
Manufacturer Part Number
ZUHLF128
Product Type
Floor Cleaner
Packaged Quantity
1 Each
Application/Usage
Floor
Color
Blues
Recycled
No

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Zep Hardwood Floor Cleaner
 
3.3

(based on 12 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (7)

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    (0)

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    (5)

58%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Spot free after cleaning with this!

Every since we moved into our new home last year, Zep Hardwood and Laminate floor cleaner is a STAPLE of our home. You see our entire home is hardwood and sometimes it is hard...Read complete review

Every since we moved into our new home last year, Zep Hardwood and Laminate floor cleaner is a STAPLE of our home. You see our entire home is hardwood and sometimes it is hard to find the right cleaner that keeps the residue from building up and creating a sticky, grimy film. With this Zep product there is NONE of that. And to top it off, little to no elbow grease and safe for daily use! I have never been happier with a product ever!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Worst purchase EVER!!!!

I bought a gallon of this to use in my reveal mop. My floors look like they have a thick dull, film on them. I've never had a problem with any cleaners made...Read complete review

I bought a gallon of this to use in my reveal mop. My floors look like they have a thick dull, film on them. I've never had a problem with any cleaners made for laminates before this stuff. The floor looks worse than it did before I "washed" it with this. I have had to take the mop head off and wash it in the laundry and then use clear water to clean this stuff OFF my floor. It is TERRIBLE and is absolutely the worst stuff I've ever used! RUN...Do Not Walk to the next product on the shelf!!!!!

Reviewed by 12 customers

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5.0

Had to post picture!

By Margaret76

from Chimayo, NM, USA

Comments about Zep Hardwood Floor Cleaner:

Wrote my review but I didn't have a photo to upload. This product works great. I had to go back take a photo and post it! :)

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

this product does not work

By benjamin

from Miami, FL, USA

Comments about Zep Hardwood Floor Cleaner:

Streaks left everywhere, dirt and stains not removed, floor worse than when I started...Not sure how to clean the floors now to get rid of the steaks this product left !!!

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

This do not believe this product is up to Zep standards.

By Pete

from Minnesota

Comments about Zep Hardwood Floor Cleaner:

Used on a relatively clean kitchen laminate floor which resulted in a streaked and heavily filmed surface. The floor was worse after cleaning and had to be scrubbed and rinsed to return it to its original gloss. I have used many Zep products in a commercial setting and always had good results which is why I purchased this product. I will continue to use proven Zep products.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

DO NOT PURCHASE THIS PRODUCT

By furiouscustomer

from Undisclosed

Comments about Zep Hardwood Floor Cleaner:

THIS PRODUCT WRECKED THE FINISH ON MY FLOORS, AND IF YOU GOOGLE THIS PRODUCT YOU SEE IT HAS DONE THIS TO MANY OTHERS... DO NOT USE

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Left previously shiny floor streaky and dull

By Neil

from Ontario, Canada

Comments about Zep Hardwood Floor Cleaner:

Used to shine my Brazilian cherry polyurethane finished floors. The floors were basically clean and had not been waxed or coated in any way. I followed all the instructions and was left with a dull and streaky finish. I tried buffing but it was too hard to regain original shine so I had to wet mop all the floors. Not a happy customer!

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

My Floors Look Amazing

By FanOZep

from Chicago, IL, USA

Comments about Zep Hardwood Floor Cleaner:

I tried Zep's Hardwood Floor Cleaner after I mopped with another popular floor cleaner and it left a dull residue. Zep removed the residue left from the other cleaner and left my floors looking great. It was really easy to use as well. I have tried many Zep products and love all of them. I highly recommend the Hardwood and Laminate Floor cleaner.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Worst purchase EVER!!!!

By SuzyHomemaker53

from Northwest Ohio

Comments about Zep Hardwood Floor Cleaner:

I bought a gallon of this to use in my reveal mop. My floors look like they have a thick dull, film on them. I've never had a problem with any cleaners made for laminates before this stuff. The floor looks worse than it did before I "washed" it with this. I have had to take the mop head off and wash it in the laundry and then use clear water to clean this stuff OFF my floor. It is TERRIBLE and is absolutely the worst stuff I've ever used! RUN...Do Not Walk to the next product on the shelf!!!!!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Spot free after cleaning with this!

By RebeccaS77

from Brumley, MO 65017, USA

Comments about Zep Hardwood Floor Cleaner:

Every since we moved into our new home last year, Zep Hardwood and Laminate floor cleaner is a STAPLE of our home. You see our entire home is hardwood and sometimes it is hard to find the right cleaner that keeps the residue from building up and creating a sticky, grimy film. With this Zep product there is NONE of that. And to top it off, little to no elbow grease and safe for daily use! I have never been happier with a product ever!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Works WONDERFULLY!

By Bpearsonable

from Stringer, MS 39481, USA

Comments about Zep Hardwood Floor Cleaner:

The scent was a bit strong and I had to turn on my vents and open windows to use it, but it was very well worth it. I could spray this stuff on ANYTHING and it would clean it! Definitely a MUST HAVE for families with young children!

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

My floors are brilliant again!

By Mana7

from Illinois, USA

Comments about Zep Hardwood Floor Cleaner:

Greates floor care made & easy to use. But very happy environment friendly

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