rewax

rewax

(ˌriːˈwæks)
vb (tr)
to wax again
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The wait to rewax has reportedly been due to waiting for an "appropriate weather and fixture window" but, with no action for a month after next Thursday's meeting, that work is now in motion.
When the finish again looks worn, scuffed or dirty, just clean and rewax.
We go through the store at least twice a year to strip and rewax the floors with at least three layers," he goes on.
Wash and hand-wax the paint and chrome and don't go near car-washu detergents unless you rewax immediately.
We will have a chat with the manufacturers but one option is to rewax the surface in the summer when we don't have as many fixtures," he said.
Clean dirty areas with a special stripper/cleaner, then rewax.
Hughes said the Polytrack needed a rewax to hold it together and prevent balling.
You'll probably have to rewax every six months or so.
If waxed floors aren't deeply scratched or gouged, you can often simply clean, rewax and buff them to restore their beauty.