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Depending on the squar footage of the area you are waxing, you can get an acceptable wax at Home Depot, or Sam's Club. But for the best results go to your local Janitorial supply store, and ask for a wax there. Waxes come in a variety, depending on the amount of traffice the floor will see, the type of spills that may come in contact with the floor, how often you are going to maintain the floor (ie: buff, clean, scrub and recoat). Most every wax sold today is self sealing, so it's really a matter of maintenance.

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