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Hard Floor Care

More time and money are spent on floor care than any other process. We provide technical and programmatic solutions for the daily and long-term cleaning and maintenance of hard floor surfaces. A good program of vacuuming, dusting and damp and wet mopping can make a positive impact on visitors and building occupants and minimize exposure to harmful soil and bacteria. Project-based floor care tasks like stripping, refinishing and sealing hard floors are a critical part of maintaining a positive image and prolonging the life of your hard floor.

ARTICLES

Ready to Go Orbital?

While they have been available for several years now, many cleaning professionals are not quite sure how orbital floor machines work, what they actually do, and what their benefits might be.


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PRESS RELEASE

Five Tips to Improve Mopping

The Tuway American Group has issued five tips for improved mopping.


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July 2014 Tackling Trouble Areas

Maintaining A Low Slip And Fall Factor

When accidents happen, who will ultimately be found responsible?

When a maintenance contractor signs with a company, the contract typically includes language naming the contractor as the party responsible for maintaining safe, hazard-free premises.


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Online Exclusive

Webcast: Improving Hard Floor Care Programs

During the hour long presentation, presenters discussed a number of hard floor care topics.


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April 2014 Feature 1

Robotics And Hands-free Floorcare

Advanced autoscrubber technology can help operations do more with less.

There has been a succession of improvements to the autoscrubber to make cleaning more efficient and less costly.


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Up Close May 2014

Rethink How You Clean Hard Floors With The Cricket™ AutoMop

Windsor®

Windsor’s new Cricket™ AutoMop is in a category all to itself. The Cricket answers the need for a machine that cleans better than a mop but is more affordable than an autoscrubber.


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Press Release

Cleaning methods for marble and granite

Marble and granite are different and will require different cleaning methods, procedures, and products. Because of this, this month's Powr-Flite Troubleshooter identifies and defines some of the more common terms cleaning professionals will hear when caring for stone floors.


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April 2014 Feature 2

Reducing Floor Maintenance And Noise

Protection steps to minimize upkeep costs and avoid premature replacement.

Floor protectors enable furniture to slide or roll quietly across hard surfaces.


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April 2014 Feature 3

Floorcare, Finances, Audits And Health

Contracting, chemicals and other considerations for cleaning operations.

Some healthcare and long-term care facilities are re-evaluating their hiring procedures, and for building service contractors (BSCs) this could be a great opportunity.


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April 2014 Cover Feature

Ahead Of The Curve

Floorcare tips and trends that offer operational advantages.

Proper floorcare covers a lot of ground — both figuratively and literally — and it is an increasingly important process for a number of reasons.


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