Whether it’s a farm shop or a steelwork factory, the tough dirt and grime associated with heavy industry doesn’t stand a chance against an industrial floor scrubber. Shop owners who want to make their business safer and more hygienic should start with the floors then move on to other parts.
Invest in a floor scrubber
Sweeping just doesn’t cut it anymore for businesses big and small. A farm shop owner in North Dakota previously used a special compound that could remove floor dust, but they would have to buy it too often. With a walk-behind floor scrubber, one person could clean up the shop floor in less time, plus the scrubber did a far better job of removing the dust. Continue reading
For smaller businesses, the scrubber will only be used for a specific time and returned afterwards to leasing parties like Total Clean Equipment, much like a rental car. This practice allows the small business to keep its floors clean without investing their much-needed capital in an expensive scrubber.
Another advantage of leasing is that renters can avail of the latest floor scrubber in San Diego without having to maintain it. They simply select the newer model they wish to rent and get top-notch performance without the investment.
There is probably no other piece of janitorial equipment in Los Angeles with as much power and versatility as a pressure washer. Using the ideal combination of temperature controlled water and high pressure, there are very few stains this machine can’t clean.
Works almost everywhere
Whether these heavy-duty cleaners are used for sidewalks, driveways, parking lots, or even the exterior of buildings or houses, pressure washers can get the job done. It is important to note that different surfaces require levels of water pressure, i.e. settings for cleaning sidewalks cannot be used for cars. Likewise, temperature is a factor—hot steaming pressurized water may be good for oily and greasy surfaces, but not for the side of a building.