Water will work to remove new buildup that has not sat on the floor for several weeks. To do this, soak a clean cloth in water and wring it out so it is slightly damp and not dripping. Rub the cloth over the wood floors to remove the residue. Rinse the cloth and rewet it as needed until all of the residue is gone.
Ammonia is effective in cutting through a lot of Orange Glo buildup. In order to use it, spray an ammonia-based glass cleaner over the buildup. Let it sit for a few minutes before scrubbing the buildup off with a terrycloth towel. Repeat the process with the rest of the floor until it is clean. Rinse the floor with a water-dampened cloth and dry it completely. Try not to get the wood completely wet, as this could damage it.
Rubbing alcohol will also work to cut through the buildup so you can remove the greasy film on the hardwood floor. To use it, apply 3 percent rubbing alcohol to the floor with a clean cloth. Don't soak the floors, as this could cause them to buckle. Let the solution sit on the wood for several minutes before scrubbing it up with a terrycloth towel. Rinse the floor and dry it completely once you've removed all of the buildup.
White vinegar is a mild acid that will counteract the Orange Glo so you can remove the buildup. To use it on your hardwood floors, mix 1 cup of white vinegar per gallon of water. Apply the solution to the floor, but don't soak it. Scrub off the residue, using a terrycloth towel. Rinse the floors with water and dry them thoroughly to prevent buckling.