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The art of museum floor care

September 21, 2011
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FORT WORTH, TX — Hard surface floor care in art and similar museums can be a real challenge and for one very special reason: More than 850 million people visit U.S. museums every year, according to a press release.

With that level of foot traffic, a floor care program that may suffice in an office building or school simply will not work in a busy facility like a museum, the release stated.

According to the release, the latest Powr-Flite Troubleshooter identifies some specific challenges cleaning professionals may encounter when maintaining floors in museums or similar facilities.

Those challenges include, quickly fading shine; heel marks; and grit, sand and soil found throughout the museum, the release noted.

For other challenges and tips, click here.

Click here to read the complete release.

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