Removing old wax from wood floors is time-consuming, but it is not an impossible task. Sweep away loose dirt, dust and other debris, and mop the floor with warm water to remove any grime or residues from the wood's surface. Pour a small amount of mineral spirits directly onto a 2-square foot section of floor.
Scrub the area along the grain of the wood while the solvent is still wet — using a green kitchen scrubber or 0000 steel wool — to loosen the wax. Rub the rest of the wax off the floor with a rag.
To determine if you have wax residual on your hardwood floor, take a piece of extra fine steel. The floor scrubber will both strip the wax and clean the residue.
The NWFA-approved method for removing wax from hardwood floors is to scrub it off using mineral spirits.
Question: Since I would prefer not to re-sand the floor, and I already have the duraseal (2 coats on the floor). Is it possible to strip the wax off with mineral spirits
Prepare vinyl, no-wax, stone and tile floors for rewaxing by using this Trewax Instant. unfinished wood, laminate or marble floors; Formerly trexwax instant wax .