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post #1 of Old 08-23-2007, 01:50 PM Thread Starter
 
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Thumbs up New Company In Philadelphia Area!

Hello everyone, just stoping by to introduce ourselves, we are a young, new company that specialize in cleaning of construction sites as well as installation, cleaning and restoration of all types of hardwood flooring,Hence the name: [email protected]. So far I have visited the site and have found alot of useful information and have enjoyed reading all the posts and various other area's of the site as well. Thank you for allowing us to participate and we are looking forward to speaking with you.
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Welcome to cleaningtalk.com

You say that you do all types of hardwood flooring restoration, so what do you think of the orangeGlo products that are sold to consumers for their hardwoods?
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Regarding OrangeGlo Products

Good Morning,
Thank you for such a warm welcome. 1st request, Yes we do work in all 5 counties as well as NJ & Del. 2nd thing,OrangeGlo products are in the words of my husband who has been doing Hardwood for over 20 years: They are crap! Not the terminology that he used, however we are G rated here. He explained it to me this way and I will explain it to you. It will put a nice shine on the floor for a period of time, then it dulls very quickly and will need to be reapplied, after doing this for several times and each time you do this you are putting a film, much like a wax build up, you will eventually have to use it more often and the results may or may not be the same and after a dozen or so applications you may not notice a shine, the floors will not look any better and dirt and debris are being trapped with every application, then the only way to remove the build up will be to have a proffessional (such as us) buff with a cleaner, that will remove the build up of product, doing this MAY discolor the floors, which if this happens then the floors will have to be sanded and redone completely: Hence we tell our customers, never use any commercial cleaner products. Hope this helps answer the question! Thank you again for making us feel welcomed!
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