RE: Hi ya'll, I hope ya'll can help me.
Glad to help. I hope this works out for you. It's a little controversial as many say not to use ammonia on linoleum floors. Here's what I think. Ammonia is good at stripping things, so no, I would not use it for general cleaning as it could remove the shine from your linoleum. Also, I'm SURE your manufacturer would probably not recommend this, so if you are worried about voiding a warranty, contact them first. Anyways, once the damage has been done from the wax, you have to take some aggressive actions to get back to your bare linolem floors, hence the need for the ammonia. One the wax is removed, you can worry about using the right cleaning products to make your linoleum get it's shine back. Keep windows open and ventilate the area well. Be sure to mop with plain water once you remove the wax, a few times to remove any cleaning product and dry the floors thoroughly. Good luck and please let me know how this turns out for you!