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Mistakes You Need to Avoid When Buying a Scrubber

With industrialization spreading fast, it can be really tempting to incorporate automatic floor cleaning machines into your regular building maintenance kit. Choosing the machines that will serve your needs, however, can be difficult with the many suppliers mushrooming everywhere. Following are a couple of the mistakes you should avoid to ensure that the machines you will purchase are perfect for your needs.

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Get The Right Commercial Floor Cleaning Machines for Your Business

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Because of their steep tag price, commercial floor cleaning machines are considered as major investments, especially for small- and medium-scale businesses who are working with limited budgets. The pressure to get the most productive and cost-efficient machine causes many businesses to make the most common mistake when buying floor cleaning machines – blowing their budget on the most expensive floor cleaning machines the market has to offer. Businesses are often under the misguided notion that if it costs an arm and a leg, then it must be the best. They often overlook that it’s compatibility, and not price that determines whether a floor cleaning machine is worth the investment or not.

What Type of Floor Surface Do You Have?

A typical automatic floor scrubber comes equipped with different brush types, and knowing which brush to pair with which floor surface is the key to achieving the maximum clean for your floors as possible. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2rnJiRc

Commercial Floor Cleaning Machines are the Way Forward for Hospitals

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If there is one place that needs to keep its floors clean and free from dirt and bacteria, it’s a hospital. With the constant foot traffic and potentially harmful or even deadly bacteria that can be left on hospital floors, investing in commercial floor cleaning machines has never been a higher priority for such organizations.

While the traditional mop and bucket system worked for a while, it has been proven that mops do not actually pick up the dirt, but simply dilute it and spread it around. It may look like you are getting rid of the dirt but in reality, you aren’t. The other big problems with a mop and bucket are the labor hours that it takes to get the job done, the waste of water and disinfectant and the potentially harmful wet floors it leaves behind. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2l06bGD

Choosing Floor Cleaning Machines for Hospitals

Your clients’ requirements or expectations definitely play a role in your decision when you’re picking out equipment for your commercial cleaning company. You have to be sensitive to your clients’ needs, and consider the surfaces you’ll be cleaning as well as the standards your clients have. Hospitals will definitely have more unique requirements.

Aside from finding the right tools that will satisfy these particular needs, you also have to make sure that the machine will fit your budget and that you have the skills to operate the equipment. These are the factors you have to consider when you’re looking for commercial floor cleaning machines: Read more of this post