CHICAGO — After a rough winter and busy spring, some cleaning professionals have a little time off now to take care of the equipment that has served them so well — especially autoscrubbers, according to a press release.
Depending on their size, autoscrubbers are virtually small cars with parts that should be maintained to increase their usefulness and longevity, the release stated.
Daniel Frimml, technical service representative for Tornado Industries, has provided some summer autoscrubber care tips, the release noted.
According to the release, some of those tips include cleaning the machine using a mild cleaning agent; inspecting the squeegee blades, as excessive use and rough winter conditions can damage the squeegee or cause it to need adjustment; and making sure cylindrical brush pads are clean and properly shaped.
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