Used to race on polished wood floors all the time, both with 1/12th and buggies.
Easy option are Schumacher yellow minipins, for both buggies and touring cars.
These buggies are all on minipins https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOpmHrarUUc
The better option, but requires a bit of work from the drivers, is silicone. Either soft foam tyres, slicks or off road tyres with all the spikes removed will work fine. Foam is the best option as the silicone does grip the tyre surface better, but rubber tyres still work fine and make it easier to replace the silicone if needed.
To make them you don't need any special silicone, ordinary silicone sealant does the job fine. You will need something flat to roll them on piece of glass, plastic, laminate, etc, and get something to use as an axle through the wheels. Put some dish soap and water on your flat surface, coat the tyres in plenty of silicone and roll them across the soapy water to smooth the silicone out. Leave on one side for a day to dry out thoroughly. This should give you a set of silicone slick tyres. If the surface you are racing on is dusty, you can make spike tyres to cut through the dust. Once the silicone coating is dry add more silicone to the tyres and roll two tyres together, by rolling the wheels around each other it spreads out the silicone and creates matching spikes on the surface. Put to one side to dry. After racing, if the spikes have worn down just wash any dust off the surface and after drying just add more silicone and roll the tyres together again.