Keeping your workplace clean and tidy might feel impossible at times. It’s not only about keeping your employees’ workstations, community kitchens, and break rooms clean. It also includes ensuring that all of your floors are clean! Particularly, in this case, tiled floors!
While frequent vacuuming and mopping is the greatest method to keep your tiles clean and shiny, it will only get you 90% of the way there – assuming you clean them correctly on a regular basis.
What about the remaining 10% of dirt? Your office tiles require a heavy duty floor cleaner for tile service on a regular basis (at least once a year). This is where the 10% (accumulation) is addressed. You are fortunate. We’ll guide you through heavy duty floor cleaner for tile service’s whole deep cleaning procedure from beginning to end in this area of the blog.
Conduct a risk assessment
If you’ve read any of our earlier articles on routine cleaning here at heavy duty floor cleaners for tile, you’ll note that cleaners always undertake a risk assessment of the facility before beginning any large work. This can involve locating all of the building’s exits, fire extinguishers, electricity supply, water supply, bathrooms, and so on. In other words, they’re performing all of the necessary behind-the-scenes work to get them ready for the job.
Vacuum the tiles first.
Just like you would vacuum your tiles before mopping them at home, the same can be stated for tile scrubbing. If you mop a floor with dirt, dust, or residue on it, you’ll just be moving it about with the mop; you won’t be picking it up, and you won’t be cleaning the floor. A heavy duty floor cleaner for tile cleaner should always vacuum the floor before cleaning it to eliminate any surface dirt or debris. They are also cleaning the floor of any obvious markings, stickers, blu tack, or gum.
Make use of a commercial swing machine.
You’re probably wondering what the swing machine procedure is before we get into it. You may have seen one used by a character in a film or television programme. In any event, it is a machine that may be used to scrub floors, completely cleaning and removing ground-in filth.
After allowing the heavy duty floor cleaner for tile chemical and hot water mixture to set for a sufficient amount of time, the cleaners must scrape the solution to thoroughly dislodge all of the germs, dust, and debris from the tiles and grout. A swing machine or rotating scrubber is used for this.
Vacuum the floor both wet and dry.
Heavy duty floor cleaners for tile cleaners have cleansed the whole tiled floor and must now remove the solution from the floor. This is when a wet/dry vacuum comes in handy. Although it may appear to be easy work for the cleaners, it must be completed. Otherwise, whatever they’ve scrubbed off the tiles (germs, filth, etc.) is left on the floor and not removed, which defeats the purpose of thoroughly cleaning tiles.
Mop the floor twice or three times with clean water.
Our heavy duty floor cleaner for tile will wash the floor with clean water and a disposable microfiber cover to remove any leftover residue that may be on the tiles. When the initial mop has dried, the floor is cleaned again, and then a third time if necessary. After the floor has dried following the last cleaning, the heavy duty floor cleaner for tile will return any things to their original location.