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Wanting to find a better chemical.

Hey friends,

Looking to upgrade our chemical to something able to serve us more. Any ideas?

This is high traffic area. We clean twice a week. Right now we are in the winter and deal with salt. I will also provide a picture of what a section of the floors look like at the end of the night with the snow and salt.

We are open to all kinds of cleaners however the greener the better. Nevertheless please provide input- we want the best results.

Thank you all!
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