Feb 6, 2007, 10:07 AM
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I have very attractive large light reddish-brown tiles on all my floors and patio area. Especially in the areas outside, where it gets lots of direct sun, it is dull. I found a liter container of "Aceite Para Mop" in the grocery store today. It has got a reddish tint to it. I asked several mexican women if it is for tile floors, and they didn't seem to be familiar with it. They looked fairly wealthy, so maybe I should ask a maid, but I don't have one yet.
We both know some spanish, but I'm having trouble with the directions. Here they are...
The ingredients are: Aceite, Magnetizador de polo, Brilla piscos.
Instructions (exactly as printed, minus accents and such and including my pathetic attempt at translation): Aplique con atomizador. (Spray it on... however, in my Larouse dict. aplique is lamp and apply is aplicar... trying to learn Spanish... very confusing sometimes when translating.) Now here's where I got confused... Mop 40ms. 150 ml. 60ms. 200 ml. 90 ms. 250 ml (?? I get ml, but what is ms?) Deje que se impregne por unas horas ( Let it soak for an hour); depues uselo (Afterwards ?). Lavese con detergente y Agua caliente (wash with soap and hot water). Repita la Operacion (repeat).
Do you think this is for reviving tile floors?