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
A dirty floor is practically the first thing people notice when they enter a business establishment. No matter how much you try to distract their attention, if your floors are messy, your customers are sure to notice right away. Thus, if you’re in charge of maintenance of your commercial property, it’s critical to always have the necessary equipment on hand to keep your premises regularly clean. Continue reading
Sidewalks, driveways, parking lots, and even building exteriors all benefit from the power and versatility of pressure washers. The high level of compression coupled with the cleaning ability of water are more than a match for dirt and stains on most industrial or commercial surfaces.
Pressure washers not created equal
It would be unwise to have one kind of pressure washer for various surfaces. Different pressure washers are designed for different cleaning purposes. Some are so powerful that they can efficiently clean tough stains such as grease and grime, but can’t be used on cars since the pressure may damage the car’s paint job or dent its body. Continue reading
Pressure washers make cleaning easy. They remove grime in no time, and trailer-mounted options have the extra advantage of mobility so they can be used even in remote areas without a nearby water source. However, cleaning professionals know that not just any pressure washer will do if you really want the job done right. Here are three questions to ask when you’re in the market for one:
How much pressure is it capable of?
Your pressure washer should pack a punch and flush out dirt and filth effectively and quickly. Check the machine’s specifications as well as the size of its motor to figure out its capabilities. Continue reading
Businesses that still resort to mops and buckets for their floor cleaning requirements often don’t realize how much time this wastes. In the case of convenience or retail stores, wet floors might deter customers from buying products due to the increased risk of accidents. Meanwhile, the traditional mop technique takes time to dry the wet floor and in the meantime you lose business.
The advantage of using a floor scrubbing machine is that areas that require regular floor cleaning are scrubbed and dried in just a few minutes, allowing work or foot traffic to proceed with minimal delay. First, the machine’s sprayer applies water and chemical solutions on the floor to dislodge the dirt, grease, and grime. The scrubber buffs the floor as it removes the dirt. A squeegee vacuum then leaves the surface fully clean and dry by sucking in the used water. Continue reading