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Rejuvenate Wood Floor Restorer Review

Our floors were dull and dingy, and we couldn’t afford to refinish them. But we found the next best thing! Here’s our honest Rejuvenate Wood Floor Restorer Review. Thanks to Rejuvenate for allowing us to test your products!

dull dingy floors needing restoration

Do you ever look at those ladies from the 50s and think about how hard they had to work to keep their homes impeccable?

Coiffed hair, perfect makeup, dinner is ready and the house is sparkling.

It makes me so thankful for today’s modern conveniences.

I keep a nice looking house, but I will be honest – I have a habit of neglecting my floors.

So when we moved into this former rental, the floors were worse than I could handle.

You could tell that they hadn’t been cared for at all for at least a decade.

They lacked any luster that typical hardwoods have with no shine at all!

Especially in our kitchen.

These sad floors have seen better days!

water spots on kitchen hardwood floor
deep scratches in hardwood floor

Water stains and deep scratches are hard to miss.

So I needed a quick and easy solution to fix these issues while also restoring the shine to the floor.

But without sanding and refinishing the floor.

Meet Rejuvenate!

Rejuvenate hardwood floor restoration products

These little products have changed my life.

Mind blown!

It took just one day and my floors were revived!

Not perfect, mind you, but a HUGE improvement from before.

Here’s how we did it!

Rejuvenate Wood Floor Restorer Review

I started by removing all the furniture and rug from the room.

empty kitchen

Next, I gave it a through vacuum to get rid of any dirt and debris.

Then I used the Click and Clean Spray Mop System with their all floors cleaner.

rejuvenate click and clean mop

T kit includes spray mop, microfiber cleaning pad, microfiber dusting pad, 32oz No Bucket Floor Cleaner, soft scrub pad & three bottle adapters.

It works with any of their long neck bottle floor cleaners so swapping cleaners is super easy!

Just look at the dirty pad from the first pass through the kitchen!

dirty microfiber pad after one mopping

Since I was planning on using the Wood Floor Restorer, I did a second pass through the kitchen using Rejuvenate’s Natural Wood Floor Cleaner.

The formulatation attacks stubborn dirt and grime, so I used this to make sure all the dirt was removed.

hardwood floors drying

So you just spray and mop. The white pad is for dusting, the blue pad is for cleaning, the gray pad is for restoring. 

I used the gray pad with the cleaner and waited until it fully dried.

side by side of microfiber pads after second hardwood floor cleaning

Look at the difference between the used and unused pad!

Glad I made that second pass.

Now it was time to restore!

Using an old mop, I attached the microfiber bonnet to the mop head.

rejuvenate microfiber bonnet on old mop

Working in a 5 foot area, start by applying the Wood Floor Restorer in an S-shape pattern to the floor.

rejuvenate wood floor restore applied in s pattern

Then, working with the grain, run the mop head over the floor.

mopping wood floor restore onto hardwoods

It took me just 45 mins to mop the floor twice and then apply Rejuvenate Wood Floor Restorer – including drying time between mopping.

Here’s what it looks like when it’s wet with another 45 mins to wait.

hardwood floor restore drying

You can already see an improvement.

I chose a Satin finish, so it won’t be this shiny once it fully dries.

Here’s a before cleaning and then after 45 minutes of dry time.

before restore
after using rejuvenate hardwood floor restore in satin





I can’t even, y’all!

So, the bottle says light foot traffic is okay, but we made sure the floors were tacky to the touch before we walked on them.

But we did wait the recommended 24 hours before bringing the table back in.

easy diy hardwood floor restore

I love them so much – I may not even bring the rug back in!

Now I mentioned this would be an honest review, so here’s the nitty gritty.

I knew that this wasn’t going to fix everything, like deep scratches, but it did improve them.

hidden scratches

You can see that they are still there, but it isn’t as noticeable as before.

And then we had that water spot.

Again, while it didn’t take it away, it did disguise it more.

water stains improved

But with issues like these, you can really only remedy them by sanding the floors down.

However, this little band-aid makes this momma happy!

I’ve lived with hardwood floor dust before, and it’s not a pretty sight!

French farmhouse kitchen
French farmhouse eat in kitchen

So if you have been curious about these products, then I hope this Rejuvenate wood Floor Restorer review helps you out!

My boys love it and said that we need to do this to the rest of our house!

And Trent thinks it looks like a fresh gymnasium floor.

And this momma? I’m more than pleased with the results!

Hardwood floor restore DIY in just one afternoon

One more before and after and you can tell me if you see the difference!

before rejuvenate hardwood floor restore
after Rejuvenate Wood Floor Restorer Review.

Let me know your thoughts by leaving me a comment below, and don’t hesitate to ask any questions I may have missed here.

You can find the Rejuvenate products at Home Depot or Lowes.

I’m always happy to help!

And one more thing!

Head over to my instagram page. I’m teaming up with Rejuvenate to give away $100 worth of products to 2 lucky winners! The giveaway only lasts through the weekend, so hurry and don’t miss out!

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  1. Hi Jenny – these are great questions. I only applied 2 thin coats, so I wonder if it is too thick. I would head over to Rejuvenate’s website. They have a great Q&A section that helped me before I applied. Maybe they will have a suggestion to trouble shoot the issues. BTW – I miss those run and slide days of my boys! Enjoy them!

  2. How is your floor looking now? I’ve used this. I did 2 or 3 coats of it. I think 2. It did dull the scratches but now whenever any bit of water gets on the floor it makes a big stain. Or if a kid runs and slides it makes a huge long streak! Is it too thick?? Should i take off and re apply??

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  5. Wow! I just love reading this! I rarely share product reviews, but when I find something that rocks my world – I have to shout it from the rooftops. And knowing this helped you out makes me even happier! Thanks for taking the time to share.

  6. Just want to say thank you for the awesome suggestion and honest review – I was at a loss of what to do to brighten up the floors of the pre war apartment I just bought in NYC. This absolutely did the trick and will certainly hold us over from needing to refinish for several years. Never knew this stuff existed!! Thank you!

  7. Wow that stuff really seems to work! Those floors look AWESOME Jen! I love hardwood floors but boy does it suck when they start to go downhill. I’ve been lucky enough to avoid refinishing and found a cheaper option too! It’s only for floors showing minimal signs of damage though so I feel like the Rejuvenate Wood Floor Restorer would still be the most cost-effective option for a floor that’s severely damaged. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Shaun – what a great question! To be honest, I am not sure if this product works directly on unsealed floors, but I would reach out to the experts at Rejuvenate. I had some questions and they were super helpful in answering right away. Wish I had more info, but I hope that helps!

  9. That’s a great question! There are different options in the finishes which is super helpful for those who may want a different sheen!

  10. Hi my hardwood floors are already sanded can I still use this on them. I was going to stain them but I couldn’t stand the scent of the poly and I ended up liking the sanded look it just needs a shine the floors look dull.

  11. Is there a way to refinish the floors without a super shiny finish? Are there varying finishes you can order?

  12. Not at all – the hardest part was keeping my hungry teen boys out of the kitchen for a few hours! But once it dried, it hardened and didn’t seem sticky at all. I think that double cleaning before applying was key!

  13. We bought a much older home and found hardwood floors under the old carpet. We had the restored professionally a few years back and they are starting t to look dull. From what I have read on these products this is what I want to use but I did read a couple of reviews about the floors been by hard to use a dust mop on. Says it makes the floors tacky for dust. Have you had any problems with dust sticking and if so what did you use to dust mop bbq the floor. I love the look and ease of floors and can’t wait to get started. I do think I will send my dog to my son’s home for a couple of days though.

  14. This is one amazing product for reviving wood floors! I’ll be sure to share with my friends! So fun joining you and everyone at Welcome Home Sunday!

  15. Hey Karen – thank you so much for your kind words! I would say the only way to truly fix those worn spots is to refinish them. I have the same issue in my kitchen. HOWEVER, this would definitely be a band-aid to help hide those spots and give them a temporary shine. My spots were not just worn, but also grayed and water stained. But now the water stains aren’t hardly noticeable unless you really get on them. I say give this a try – it’s worth the small cost of the product! Hope that helps and thanks again for reaching out!

  16. Wow! You may be my new best friend for sharing this! We just moved into an older home and the wood floors are in desperate need of refinishing. I love a neat and clean home and I’m really struggling with the floors knowing it’s not in the budget to refinish them. The kitchen floor finish is worn off in places. The little ol’ lady that lived here before, basically lived in her kitchen. And you can tell. I need to do something to help. Do you think it’d work for the finish that’s worn in places? You’ve got my curiosity peaked. Thanks!

  17. Thank you so much Janice! We love the Click and Clean mop, too! We have LVT in our basement and their products work beautifully there as well!

  18. Jen, the floors look great! This product also works great on laminate floors. We have laminate floors in our home from previous owners ☹️ They looked dull. A friend recommended this and they look brand new! Thank you for your project ideas. You’re inspiring.