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post #1 of Old 01-04-2008, 02:12 AM Thread Starter
 
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Commercial wood floor cleanig

I was wondering if anyone could tell me how to find out more on cleaning commercial or residential wood floor. I am thinking of adding this service since we have several in my area.

Thanks, jinx
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post #2 of Old 01-23-2008, 09:46 PM
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When I added "real" hardwood floor care into my business area I consulted with specialists in the hardwood flooring industry. I have met hardwood installers who truly pride themselves in the quality of their work, and those who do, will gladly assist you and teach you tricks in the industry. Afterall, when you clean the floors THEY installed THEY want them looking as good as they possibly can look. Great looking hardwood floors end up being a great referral source for both of you.
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post #3 of Old 04-26-2008, 04:27 PM
 
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PF Hardwood Floor Cleaner and Polish are the best on the market when it comes to cleaning your floors to make them look just like they did the day they were installed!

www.palmettofloorcare.com
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post #4 of Old 01-05-2010, 10:06 PM
 
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Fast Coat System Procedures: To prepare the floor for the cleaning process, remove all dry soils, chewing gum, and other debris from the floor. Vacuum the dirt from the floor.
1. Dilute product at 4 oz. per gallon of clean COLD water.
2. Apply using an auto scrubber with blue scrub pads or mop on solution in small sections of the floor. Allow a few minutes of dwell time and then scrub the area with use of an auto scrubber or low speed floor machine. Rotate blue pads at a rate of 800 square feet per pad. Double scrub area with an auto scrubber, IF NECESSARY. Inspect floor to see that all scuff marks are removed. Repeat cleaning process if necessary to remove additional soils and marks.
3. Rinse floor with clean water.
4. Allow the floor to dry completely before applying the appropriate bonding agent (step 2 in the Fast
Coat System).

Scrub and Recoat Procedure: Follow same procedures as described above for the Fast Coat System only use maroon top scrub pads
at a rate of 400 square feet per pad. After floor has dried completely, a water-based wood floor coating can be applied following product label direction.
Interim Cleaning: To use this product for removing heavy soils and black marks, dilute product 2 oz./gallon of clean water and scrub floor using a white or red pad. Rinse floor with clean water or wood floor maintenance cleaner following label directions.
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