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Traditionally, taking care of your floor meant vacuuming the carpeted areas and seeping and mopping the hard wood and tiles. Vacuums have improved significantly over the past years, so why not the methods of taking care bare floors? The truth is, there have been great advances, and one of the most comprehensive steps is the floor polisher.
A floor polisher is able to clean bare floors in a variety of ways. In essence, it transforms the process of mopping into a simple, streamlined maneuver. Not only do floor polishers use water to mop the floor, they also incorporate shampoos to make sure not a speck of dirt is missed. Additionally, they use scrubbing brushes to reach even deeply embedded grime.
Though floor polishers make mopping easy, their biggest virtues lie in two things no mop can do. Through the polishing process, these machines are able to actually remove the appearance of scratches and other blemishes on the floor. For areas with a lot of traffic or that endure the frequent scratching of animal paws, scratches are unavoidable, but their removal can bring new life from the floor.
The second truly unique feature of floor polishers is the layer of polish they create actually serves as a protective barrier for the floor. This means that while some scrapes and scruffs may appear, the floor is better able to withstand the difficulties of daily wear and tear. Over time, this not only helps the appearance of the floor, but also can extend its life.
Check out our floor polisher and floor buffer units and make your floors shine today!