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How would you suggest maintaining stained concrete?

Auto scrub? Frequency for high trafficked area? Its a 24 hour printing plant so ink on bottom of shoes and chairs get moved around on the floor where they sit so this leaves marks on their current flooring which is VCT. I'm hoping they buy new seating stationary seating arrangements.

Microbifer dust mop & wet mop?

Ph neutral floor cleaner? If so what brand do you use?

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Do you wish that there was a way to get your damaged and ugly concrete back into working order without having to replace it? Well, that is where the process of concrete resurfacing comes into play and overlay systems are one of the best coatings to do this process! With a stamped overlay, you can fill all of the cracks and gouges in your existing concrete slab to get the uniform and beautiful finish that stamped overlays bring to the table.
 

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For tougher stains on outdoor concrete floors, you can use hydrochloric acid, referred to as muriatic acid. This solution should be able to remove even the toughest stains, such as dried grout and rust. Use this material with extreme caution, as it is toxic and dangerous if you come into contact with it.
Use gloves and protective eyewear if you plan on handling hydrochloric acid to get rid of tough stains from your outdoor concrete floors. Carefully follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer as well when cleaning concrete with hydrochloric acid.
To keep the surface of your concrete protected, apply a new layer of sealer regularly. Depending on the foot traffic outside of your commercial building, you may want to reapply the sealer every year or two to keep your concrete durable. I Use Quick Shine Multi-Surface Floor Cleaner, 64 Fl. Oz, 64 Fl Oz
 

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For tougher stains on outdoor concrete floors, you can use hydrochloric acid, referred to as muriatic acid. This solution should be able to remove even the toughest stains, such as dried grout and rust. Use this material with extreme caution, as it is toxic and dangerous if you come into contact with it.
Use gloves and protective eyewear if you plan on handling hydrochloric acid to get rid of tough stains from your outdoor concrete floors. Carefully follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer as well when cleaning concrete with hydrochloric acid.
To keep the surface of your concrete protected, apply a new layer of sealer regularly. Depending on the foot traffic outside of your commercial building, you may want to reapply the sealer every year or two to keep your concrete durable. I Use Quick Shine Multi-Surface Floor Cleaner, 64 Fl. Oz, 64 Fl Oz
And a respirator! You breathe in those fumes, your lungs will let you know in a millisecond.
 
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