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Remove Salt Residue From Floors

How To Remove Salt Residue From Floors Fast And Easy

Get Rid Of Salt Residue On Floors

Winter weather brings with it additional areas of concern for cleaning professionals. When snow and ice show up, there are additional cleaning steps that need to be added to your floor care routine. These different challenges are easy to overcome when you understand how to remove salt residue from floors.

Trust me, I understand what you are facing. Mopping the floor just seems to make things worse. Stickiness is the biggest frustration. It not only makes the floor look dirty, but it also causes it to get dirty faster than ever. You just want to throw down you mop and give up, right? Well, don’t do that. Below you will see that it is not as difficult once you understand what is going on. A few minor changes will make your life much easier when the snow flies and you need to remove salt residue from your floors.

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winter floor care tools

4 Must Have Cleaning Tools Winter Floor Care

It’s that time of year again. Winter floor care season. Snow has blanketed much of the country and we are all dealing with the mess that it tracks in. Many are struggling with salt residue on their floors and the seeming endless flow of sloppy wet ice melting mess.

After dealing with these issues for years, I know what a pain this can be. There is hope though. With a few easy adjustments to your cleaning methods, you will once again be able to have clean, streak free floors, all year long! Read more

Neutralizer and neutral cleaner for floors

Cleaning Chemicals – Neutralizer or Neutral Cleaner?

It seems floor neutralizer and neutral floor cleaner gets confused a lot.  Using the correct product, in the correct manner, can save you hours of hard work and frustration.

For years, I have heard the terms “neutralizer” used to describe a general purpose floor cleaner, which would be incorrect. Like wise, there are many cleaners that use a “neutral floor cleaner” when they should be using a neutralizer. Here are the correct uses for each. It all comes down to the pH of the cleaner.  Read more