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Murphys is a good product but it can be over used producing the result you are now dealing with.
There are different steps you can try and compare results.
1: Pick an inconspicuous area first try water and vinegar ( one cup vinegar to gallon water) This can leave a dull residue at first but that can also be removed.
2: in the same area use paint thinner , not lacquer thinner .or paint remover. When the residue is removed switch to a soft clean dry cloth . Polish the floor until the cloth glides easily on the floor.
If you cannot get the cloth to glide smoothly start over with the paint thinner again . Obce you have perfected your technique and are sastified with the results you can do the rest of the floor using soft wax applicators .
Remember for the final test polish with the soft clean one until it glides.
If you continue to use Murphys use it sparingly and about half the mix the directions reccomebd. It is water soluable and must be rinsed thoroughly.
You can use just vinegar and water to clean your floor.
Rrmember when you use any product on your floor that requires water use it and the water sparingly. Just damp sponge mops and then dry thoroughly with a clean soft
dust mop type tool .
NOTE: looking back to step two what I am saying is if the vinegar is not working then switch to trying paint thinner.
This is just regular paint thinner. It will not remove dry paint or polyurethane finishes.