Bona® Stone, Tile & Laminate Cleaner (160 oz.)

Save with economy size! Easy and safe for sealed hard surface floors including: linoleum, stone, terrazzo, vinyl, sealed porous marble, laminate,and no-wax sealed tile (ceramic, Mexican Saltillo, quarry). Waterborne, non-toxic, and leaves no dulling residue.

Bona® Stone, Tile & Laminate Cleaner (160 oz.) available at Bona.com for $21.99
Bona® Stone, Tile & Laminate Cleaner (160 oz.) is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from better instructions We don't need instructions on how to pour bona into another bottle. We need instructions on how to preven this product from dulling our dental office. A patient almost fell on her face after tripping from the dull matted sticky floor this product created. I'm sure 20 years ago some nice old lady was the aunt of one of the board members and didn't know how to poor this product into her other bottle. But hey, what can I say. Times have changed. People want and need true instructions on how to clean and polish their floors. The bottle is big enough. We don't need a kids foot on the front of the bottle. It ain't helping anybody sell more bona. Any I don't want to call Bona. You can put the instructions right on this review reply. Cut paste and copy it to your next bottle.
Date published: 2018-03-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Leaves a Great Shine Have used this for several years with no complaints. A recent on-line purchase left me with the Bona Hardwood floor cleaner by error. I am not able to return / exchange the item. Can I use the hardwood floor cleaner on laminate flooring without concern? I see on other posts that leaking bottles was a concern. My 128 Oz refill also arrived leaking slightly from the top seam under the handle.
Date published: 2018-01-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Smears I used this the other day and all I got were smears. I do believe I used it incorrectly. I used a damp mop. My friend told me I should have used a dry microfiber rag. I will try again. Should I not have used the damp mop?
Date published: 2017-12-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bona is a great product I use both the hardwood and tile cleaner. They both do a great job and I love the fact that both cleaners are pet friendly since we have 6 cats.
Date published: 2017-12-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Has dulled my laminate floor, and can't be removed I have had this and the daily cleaner for over a year. It started out looking pretty good but now the cleaner no longer cleans, and just moves around the dulling product on all my floors. Not sure what to do next, except I know I cannot ever use this stuff again..
Date published: 2017-05-07
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Bona Stone, Tile & Laminate Floor Cleaner is designed to be safe and effective for use on hard surface floors. The specially designed degreasing formulation effectively removes dust, dirt and grime leaving your floors clean and beautiful. The GREENGUARD GOLD certification confirms it’s safe for use in your home and around your family.

  • Economy size refill that is ready-to-use
  • Dries fast, no dulling residue
  • Formulated for linoleum, stone, terrazzo, vinyl, sealed porous marble, laminate and no-wax sealed tile (ceramic, Mexican Saltillo, quarry)
  • Nearly 100 years of professional heritage

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AQUA
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Water is used in a many different manufactured products and is considered to be a safe, organic substitute for harsher chemicals. Water is used as a way to dissolve other chemicals into a safe cleaning solution. The term “aqua” refers to water that is free from impurities.

PPG-2 METHYL ETHER
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Co-solvents can be used to mix two substances that are normally unable to combine or aid the effectiveness of other solvents. Co-solvents can help to stabilize the surfactants and aid in grease clean-up. Co-solvents are used in a variety of products, and at very low levels. These ingredients are used in cosmetics, but at more than 10-20 times higher than the level of this cleaner. Emulsifiers are commonly used to mix substances that are normally unable to combine, such as oil and water. The effect of emulsifiers on oil and water is used to stabilize the surfactants and aid in grease clean-up. Emulsifiers are used in a variety of products, from cleaning products, personal hygiene products, and food. These ingredients are used in cosmetics, but at more than 10-20 times the level of this cleaner. Many emulsifiers are found in nature.

BUTOXYPROPANOL
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Co-solvents can be used to mix two substances that are normally unable to combine or aid the effectiveness of other solvents. Co-solvents can help to stabilize the surfactants and aid in grease clean-up. Co-solvents are used in a variety of products, and at very low levels. These ingredients are used in cosmetics, but at more than 10-20 times higher than the level of this cleaner. Emulsifiers are commonly used to mix substances that are normally unable to combine, such as oil and water. The effect of emulsifiers on oil and water is used to stabilize the surfactants and aid in grease clean-up. Emulsifiers are used in a variety of products, from cleaning products, personal hygiene products, and food. These ingredients are used in cosmetics, but at more than 10-20 times the level of this cleaner. Many emulsifiers are found in nature.

Ethoxylated alcohol
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Co-solvents can be used to mix two substances that are normally unable to combine or aid the effectiveness of other solvents. Co-solvents can help to stabilize the surfactants and aid in grease clean-up. Co-solvents are used in a variety of products, and at very low levels. These ingredients are used in cosmetics, but at more than 10-20 times higher than the level of this cleaner. Emulsifiers are commonly used to mix substances that are normally unable to combine, such as oil and water. The effect of emulsifiers on oil and water is used to stabilize the surfactants and aid in grease clean-up. Emulsifiers are used in a variety of products, from cleaning products, personal hygiene products, and food. These ingredients are used in cosmetics, but at more than 10-20 times the level of this cleaner. Many emulsifiers are found in nature.

Alanine, N,N-bis(carboxymethyl)-, trisodium salt
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Alanine trisodium salt is a chelator. A chelator is an organic compound that helps to remove metal ions from solutions. Basically, it helps prevent hard water residue. Chelators are commonly used in cleaning products such as detergents and soaps. Alanine trisodium salt is biodegradable and nontoxic.

Isotridecanol Ethoxylate
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Oxirane, 2-methyl-, polymer with oxirane, mono(2-propylheptyl) ether
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Maleic acid, Polymer with Diisobutene, sodium salt
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BENZISOTHIAZOLINONE
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Isothiazolinones are used as a preservative since they are effective at getting rid of fungi and bacteria. Isothiazolinones ensure a proper shelf life of biodegradable products. Isothiazolinones are often used in cleaners and personal hygiene products like shampoos and other hair care products.

METHYLISOTHIAZOLINONE
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Isothiazolinones are used as a preservative since they are effective at getting rid of fungi and bacteria. Isothiazolinones ensure a proper shelf life of biodegradable products. Isothiazolinones are often used in cleaners and personal hygiene products like shampoos and other hair care products.

Citric Acid
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Liquitint® Aquamarine
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Liquitint® Aquamarine is a substance used to differentiate between water and cleaner. Most colorants come from dyes, pigments, inks, or chemicals. The use of colorant in a product helps to maintain high levels of safety in your home.

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