Oops! Teak Oil on Finished Floor
Oops! I wasn't really thinking and rubbed teak oil on a high-traffic area of my polyeurethane-finished oak floor. Now it is a sticky mess (of course, since it didn't have anything to absorb into). To get rid of the stickies, I rubbed the area with Turpenoid Natural (I'm also a painter). The Turpenoid Natural got rid of most of the stickiness but that part of my floor is duller than before. Do I need to strip that area and start over?
For future guidance, is there a better way to add sheen to a polyeurethane floor without needing to add more layers of poly all the time? Looking for a non-toxic, natural solution.