• Floor Care Basics: How to Impress Your Guests and Protect Your Bottom Line

    Is your floor care program designed to protect your investment? Does your floor reflect favorably on your business? Find out how to achieve a proper maintenance program that has a positive impact on your customers and your bottom line.

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  • 12/14/2011

    How to Protect Finished Floors: Creating the Best Solution for Every Individual Facility

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  • 7/7/2012

    Effective Finished Floor Care Creates a Great First Impression

    Though seldom truly appreciated, the floor beneath our feet tends to be an important barometer of the overall cleanliness of a facility. Whether in a school or a hospital, the visual appearance of the floor often shapes our perceptions of how clean and sanitary the entire building is. Floors that appear dirty, scuffed or dull can convey the impression that the facility’s cleanliness standards are lacking. That is why it is important to maintain bright and shiny floors, which can create a lasting impression that a facility is clean and well maintained.

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  • 8/7/2013

    Adopting & Follow a Regular Maintenance Schedule

    Facility management professionals are faced with daily decisions on building maintenance, cleanliness, staff and operating costs. In that mix of responsibilities is implementing a floor care program that protects your floor investment and your bottom line. The most efficient way to maintain the look of any finished floor is by adopting and following a regular maintenance schedule and using products that require the least amount of labor.

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  • 3/3/2014

    VCT Care 101: Professional Floor Care Done Right

    Walk into virtually any commercial facility today and odds are pretty good the floor under your feet is vinyl composition tile (VCT). VCT has proven to be a highly popular flooring choice because of its durability and ease of maintenance. But in order to sustain its durability and be reasonably scratch resistant, VCT needs to be cleaned regularly and maintained properly. Additionally, VCT requires protection, and a polyacrylate floor finish creates a “renewable, repairable, restorable” wear layer that can be used to maintain the beauty and clean, shiny appearance that people want to see in a floor.

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