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post #21 of Old 01-02-2016, 02:17 PM
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spend the money to buy good equipment!
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In some instances, water damage is hard to spot. If you arenít sure about the extent of your damage, hire a water removal company that can use a special meter to evaluate the damage. These non-intrusive meters use radio frequencies to measure the extent of the water damage underneath the flooring. If the damage is shallow or limited to a small area, you have a much better chance at saving the flooring.Thanks for informative posting.
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I would also be interested in Getting some Floor cleaning Tips. Anyone got any?
Hey ForeverClean

I have been using different cleaning equipments all this while but Floor buffer worked well for me.As my apartment has non-carpet floors so it is necessary to clean them on regular basis ,so this floor buffer helps me to keep the floor spotless .It does not consume much time also and is very easy to use.I read about them on floor buffer for sale you could also go through the information given there ,its very informative.
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helpful tips! thanks for sharing
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Good Tips:

Never:

Never use any of the following products on your floor: acrylic finishes, wax based products, detergents, ammonia based products, bleach, or polishes and oil soaps. Never use abrasive cleaning soaps or acidic materials such as vinegar.
Never allow water to stand on your floor for any length of time..
Avoid using rubber or non breathable materials for your mats.
Never use vacuums with the beater bars enabled.
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Tile floors cleaning tips that you'd the best way to clean is using a microfiber mop.water is the best
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If your no-wax vinyl needs cleaning, wash it with a cleaner made specifically for no-wax floors, following the directions on the container. If you have older vinyl that requires waxing, clean it with warm water and detergent. Dampen a mop or sponge with the mixture, and rub the floor just enough to loosen the dirt. Try not to rub off the wax because you’ll just have to reapply it. Rinse with clean, cool water—no matter what the soap label says about not needing rinsing— otherwise you’ll leave a residue on the floor.
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Hydrogen-peroxide/baking soda mixture is a good option to remove pet urine stains from floor.
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for marble floors: when cleaning marble and granite floors do not use a product that contains dye because the dye can transfer onto the stone.

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For wood...
Regular mopping just doesn't reach the stubborn dirt that lies deep in the pores of your hardwood, but Mid In Saint Louis' process does. This process includes an initial vacuuming of the areas to remove any loose dirt and debris, an auto scrubbing with an alkaline cleaner and then another auto scrubbing with a neutral cleaner to return the floor to its initial sheen. Edges are hand scrubbed, as are stairs.

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Clean up spills immediately.
Vacuum or dust mop your floor once a week, or more, if needed.
Place mats at every entrance to protect against dirt or debris as well as moisture to prevent it from being tracked onto the floor.
Place runners and area rugs (with slip-resistant backings) along high-traffic areas.
Prevent damage to your floor by avoiding movement of heavy appliances and furniture on the floor by using hard, narrow furniture rollers with wide rubber rollers.
Area rugs are recommended in front of kitchen sinks, at all pivot points and within high-traffic areas.
Minimize damage to your floor from direct sunlight.

Never:

Never use any of the following products on your floor: acrylic finishes, wax based products, detergents, ammonia based products, bleach, or polishes and oil soaps. Never use abrasive cleaning soaps or acidic materials such as vinegar.
Never allow water to stand on your floor for any length of time..
Avoid using rubber or non breathable materials for your mats.
Never use vacuums with the beater bars enabled.
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How tragic, the website seems to be down. :(
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Need tip with keeping hospital ER floors Clean

I have worked at numerous hospitals doing floor care. The current one is a small hospital and we are having issues keeping the ER floors cleaned and looking good. WE must strip and re wax these floors every 2 months. I was wondering if the reason why is because our housekeepers onnly dust mop the floors at most once a day. Will mopping more often help maintain the floors in my ER?
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Great share and thanks for sharing this with us. This site is definitely gonna be useful.
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Yes its a nice site regarding carpet cleaning and cleaning tips as like eco carpet site.
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Thank you for sharing.
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5 floor Care Tips:

1. Traditional Mopping
2. Vacuum Cleaners
3. Dust Mopping
4. Carpet Cleaning Machines
5. Scrubber Dryer Machines
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Plenty of great floor cleaning tips here. I think itís very important to use less harsh chemicals especially now-a-days. I always appreciate natural floor cleaning techniques. Momentum janitorial vacuum cleaner removes dust, dirt and also the dust mites not visible to your eyes, not only from the surface but also from the deep within.Our services include: High speed polishing, waxing and sealing. Hope it works better.

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