Does It Work: Rejuvenate Floor Renewer

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(WREG-TV) Spring is just around the corner, and so is spring cleaning.

This week we tested a product that claims to make your dusty hardwood floors shine brightly again, but the question is, Does It Work?

Keeping your hardwood floors clean is a daily task, and Rejuvenate Floor Renewer claims it can restore shine, fill in scratches, and make your old floors look new.

Of course, beautiful hardwood floors are a huge selling point when it comes to putting your house on the market. Just ask Thomas Henze, a local real estate agent who loves Midtown homes!

"Hardwood floors are important in a home when you're listing a home," he said. "If they look brand new and shiny, it means the home has been taken care of. "

And if you can achieve that look without breaking the bank and save time, even better!

"Before i recommend anything to my clients, I make sure I've experienced it, used it, and make sure the product works."

So we decided to test the Rejuvenate Floor Renewer on Thomas' own hardwood floors!

"This section of the kitchen floor gets the most traffic and that is where it's most worn out, so if this product is going to work, it's going to be here."

It's a three-step process.

You start off by cleaning the floor like you normally do, then you re-mop the floor with the clean and revive solution. Finally, you pour the rejuvenate renew solution directly onto the floor, spreading it evenly across the floor with the mop sham that is provided.

We placed the sham on a Swiffer Thomas already had in his house.

That all may sound like a lot, but it really didn't take long.

"It gives it a shine. It looks like a new floor" Thomas said. "It didn't fill in the scratches like I thought it would, but still the floor looks amazing!"

Rejuvenate Floor Renewer, you passed the Does It Work test!

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