Get Shiny Happy Wood Floors When Using Pledge FloorCare Wood Products: Our Review & Giveaway #sponsored #MC #Pledge

I participated in an Ambassador Program on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Pledge. I received a product samples to facilitate my review and promotional item as a thank you for participating.

We were so excited for the chance to be named as a Pledge FloorCare Wood Products Ambassador with Mom Central last month and to participate in the Pledge-To-Pledge Challenge. We absolutely love Pledge products and have used them for as long as I can remember. I guess you could say it's actually a family tradition to use Pledge because my parents always used the lemon scented Pledge when dusting the house and now we do, too. This is why I was so excited to try their new products from the Pledge FloorCare Wood line.

We received the entire new line of Pledge FloorCare Wood products and, since we have always had hardwood floors in our houses, I knew these would be perfect for our family. We participated in the Pledge Challenge, using the products for 2 weeks and documenting any differences we noticed after usage. If you have wood floors, you know that after a while they just lose their sparkly shiny look. At the beginning of each week they start our pretty and clean, but by Friday they are dull and dirty once again. This is exactly why I couldn't wait to put these products to use.

Here are all the Pledge products we received to try out:

  • Pledge® FloorCare Wood Concentrated Cleaner gently removes dirt and grime while restoring floor’s natural shine. It’s made with almond oil to moisturize wood and restore its natural beauty, and it leaves a fresh scent behind. The concentrated formula makes up to 16 gallons of cleaning solution.
  • Pledge® FloorCare Wood Squirt & Mop is a ready-to-use formula requiring no dilution before use. Its advanced formula removing dirt and grime that builds up over time to maintain a floor’s natural finish with no dull residue. It reveals wood’s natural beauty and leaves a fresh citrus scent behind. Also available in gallon size.
  • Pledge® FloorCare Wood Spray Cleaner is a ready-to-use formula designed specifically for spot cleaning. Its advanced formula cleans, shines, restores and protects—with no dulling, oily residue—leaving a fresh citrus scent behind.
  • Pledge® FloorCare Wood Finish goes beyond what you get from other floor cleaning products—this premium finish provides a beautiful, transparent, long-lasting shine and stands up to the wear of heavy traffic without yellowing. It can protect hardwood floors and help prevent dirt from getting trapped in floor grooves and indentations, making cleaning much easier. 
On a Friday afternoon, my weekly cleaning day, I took a picture of our living room floor and what it looks like after a week of foot traffic, play and the messiness of children.

As you can see, the floor just lacks shine more than anything. It used to be so beautiful and shiny when we first moved in, but I haven't been able to get it back to that pretty new shine, so I got to work!

I started out cleaning the floors thoroughly with Pledge FloorCare Wood Concentrated Cleaner which got my floors cleaner than they have been in a long time. I almost posted a photo of the mop, but it was so gross! I was amazed at just how clean they were and couldn't wait to put the finishing touches on it with Pledge FloorCare Wood Finish.

During the week it never fails that something spills, drops and/or makes a mess on my floor. With children and babies, this is pretty much a daily occurrence. For small spills like a drop of chocolate pudding or juice, I use Pledge FloorCare Wood Spray Cleaner because it's so easy to get out, spray at the area and clean up without dulling the beautiful shine I already had! Plus, the citrus scent smells great. Now, for bigger spills like something sticky, I use the Pledge FloorCare Wood Squirt & Mop. Because I can squirt it in an area and clean it easily with my mop. This is perfect for cleaning smaller areas, too, like our bathrooms.
Ready to see our after photo? Here you go:
Look at the difference! My floor is shiny once again. The only time I've gotten it to this amount of shine is when it is still wet after mopping, but guess what? The floors are absolutely dry in this photo. I'm absolutely amazed.

Which Pledge FloorCare Wood product is my favorite? That's a tough question because I really have enjoyed using all of them and will continue to do so. The Pledge FloorCare Wood Spray Cleaner is one of my favorites because I can easily clean up spills and small messes. However, I think the product that made such a difference on my floors is the Pledge FloorCare Wood Finish. Even near the end of the week, our floors still have shine left and I believe it really does work to protect the wood. I'm so impressed with all of the products, but I think using the Finish after cleaning my floors really was the cherry on top!

I am so thankful that I participated in the Pledge-To-Pledge Challenge and found these products. I honestly had no problem keeping up with the challenge whether or not my kids were at school because they were so easy to use. I do my major cleaning while they are occupied, but when there are smaller spills or when I had to use Squirt & Mop, they were immediately volunteering to help me out, so that made me extremely happy! It's nice having products that are specifically for my hardwood floors. The not only clean my hardwood floors, but also keep them shiny and protected.

Ready For A Giveaway?
Thanks to Pledge and Mom Central, One Lucky Children Teaching Mama Reader Will Receive a Pledge FloorCare Prize Package, which will include:

  • Wood Squirt & Mop
  • Wood Spray Cleaner
  • Wood Concentrate

To enter, use the GiveawayTools form below! This giveaway is open to U.S. readers, 18+ years of age and will end on Wednesday, November 20th at 11:59pm. Good Luck!

I participated in an Ambassador Program on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Pledge. I received a product samples to facilitate my review and promotional item as a thank you for participating.


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