FIRST CLASS SHINE – Restore, Protect and Maintain Your Hard Floors!
Hard floors are an important fixture in many businesses and facilities. They help to provide a safe and sanitary environment for employees and visitors and, when properly taken care of, they can last for years.
When it comes to floor care, hard floors present their own unique set of challenges. They take a beating every day – foot traffic, spills, and dirt all take their toll, and over time your flooring can start to look tired and faded. Caring for hard floors can also be an expensive and time-consuming task, but it doesn’t have to be.
By focusing on the most effective and cost-efficient cleaning functions, you can keep your hard floors looking their best and reduce labor and product costs associated with your routine floor maintenance.
Here are the steps you need to take for a FIRST CLASS SHINE!
Restore: Over time, your hard floors can become scratched and faded through normal wear and tear. The first step in hard floor care is restoring the floors to their original condition. This involves removing any dirt, dust, or stains that have built up over time and restoring the shine. With the good products and the right techniques, you can bring back the original shine and luster of your flooring, making it look like new again.
Protect: Once your floors are restored, the next step is to protect them from future damage and the effects of daily wear and tear. This is an essential step in hard floor care, as it will help to keep your floors looking good for years to come. There are a number of different ways to protect your flooring, but the most important thing is to use a product that is designed specifically for the type of flooring you have. Floor surfaces that are particularly susceptible to damage from spills, dirt, and oils should be treated with a sealant or wax coating that will create a barrier between the floor and these elements.
Maintain: The final step in hard floor care is performing regular maintenance in order to preserve them with a daily cleaning routine that includes sweeping, mopping, and dry buffing. It is of course crucial to use the correct products and methods for your flooring type to ensure the finish and protection remain intact and avoid causing any damage, but following a regular schedule will help to keep your floors looking their best.
By focusing on these foundational cleaning functions and restoring, protecting, and maintaining your hard floors, you can ensure that they will look great for many years, keeping your facility clean and safe, and at the fraction of the cost of replacement!
To find out more about our hard floor care and maintenance products for use at your facility, you can visit our website or feel free to call us at 1-800-878-9347. We would be happy to answer any of your questions and discuss the best options for your specific needs.