Hard Floor Care Blog
How to Burnish Floors
A clean floor is important, but if you want your floors to impress your occupants, they have to shine. There’s something special about walking down a hallway and seeing the reflection of the overhead lights. It gives the impression that the whole facility is well maintained. It takes more than just scrubbing or mopping to make a shiny floor. You have to burnish the floor to get the highest possible shine. In this article, we’re going to cover all the topics you need to know to be a burnishing expert. Follow these tips, and your floor will shine like never before.
How to Choose the Right Floor Pads
Owning the right equipment is only a part of a successful cleaning program. Selecting the best floor pads to use with your equipment is another crucial decision. In this article, we’re going to review the different types of floor pads available and help you sort through your options to find the best pad for your situation.
How to Disinfect a Floor with a Scrubber
In this article, we take you step-by-step through the process of disinfecting a floor with an automatic floor scrubber. As many employers are undertaking a deep cleaning before re-opening offices, this procedure can help speed up the process in large areas.
How to Clean and Restore Grout
Dirty grout dramatically detracts from the floor appearance. However, all is not lost. With the right combination of chemicals and cleaning techniques, you might be able to get the grout back to a like-new appearance. In this article, we take an in-depth look at grout cleaning to help you improve your floor’s appearance.
Types of Non-Resilient Flooring
The first step in planning a floor care program is knowing what type of flooring you have in your facility. Not all cleaning methods and surface treatments are safe for all floors, and using the wrong method can be a costly mistake. In this article, we’re going to take a look at the various types of non-resilient hard floors that you might encounter as a facility manager.
Types of Resilient Flooring
The first step in planning a floor care program is knowing what type of flooring you have in your facility. Not all cleaning methods and surface treatments are safe for all floors, and using the wrong method can be a costly mistake. In this article, we’re going to take a look at the various types of resilient hard floors that you might encounter as a facility manager.
How to repair damaged floor finish
Traffic patterns in buildings will often cause the floor finish in some areas to look worn before the rest of the floor. This is a common problem near entrances or in areas where people congregate, like a queue in a cafeteria. By fixing up those areas, you can improve your building appearance without completely stripping and refinishing the floor.
How to improve floor scrubber squeegee performance
In our business, a clean streak-free floor is a beautiful thing. In order to get that result, you need to make sure your squeegee is ready to perform. In this article, we cover everything you need to know to get the best possible squeegee performance. We also cover the different types of squeegee blades and the best way to maintain your squeegees.
How to choose the best floor scrubber
Are you wondering which scrubber is the right one for your cleaning operation? We can help you sort through the options and find the floor scrubber you need.