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Commercial floor cleaning


When cleaning commercial flooring, it is important to identify what type of floor you are working on. Why is this important? It is important because using the incorrect technique or chemical on a floor could do damage to the floor. Research each type of floor until you get acquainted to each type. Once you become familiar with different types of flooring, your job just became easier.

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We provide commercial floor cleaning for business throughout the Greater Jacksonville, Florida area. We clean all floors from Laminate, tile, cement, and wood. Our price for floors range from $250 and up. Your flooring is the centerpiece of your business and if the first thing a customer sees. It is important to know the types of tile we service;

Types of flooring
  • 1.1 Timber.
  • 1.2 Laminate.
  • 1.3 Vinyl.
  • 1.4 Bamboo.
  • 1.5 Cork.
  • 1.6 Tile (porcelain or ceramic)
  • 1.7 Tile (natural stone)

Cleaning Methods for Every Floor Type

Asphalt tile

Try to mop every week using 1 cup of fabric softener in half a pail water. Don’t flood the floor, since excess water can loosen adhesives and grout. Remove marks with fine grade steel wool and liquid floor wax. Rub clean, then wipe with a damp cloth.

Brick flooring

Since brick is absorbent, keep the surface sealed and waxed with a commercial sealer. Mop after vacuuming. Use 1 cup of vinegar mixed in water to make it shine. Use a solvent-based wax, and use a wax stripper and brush to remove buildup as needed. Don’t use acids, strong soaps or abrasives.

Ceramic flooring

Glazed ceramic is virtually stain proof; however if it is unglazed, that means it’s porous and will need to be sealed. Don’t use harsh abrasives, acids or strong soaps on unglazed ceramic. Mop with an all-purpose cleaner, and dry with a soft cloth. Strip unglazed ceramic once a year and rinse thoroughly afterward.

Concrete floors

Since concrete is very porous, it stains easily. Prior to sealing with a commercial sealer, sweep up loose dirt, and clean with an all-purpose cleaner. Use kitty litter to absorb oil and grease on your garage floor. Spread with a stiff broom, working from the back of the garage to the front, and then wash clean using a garden hose. If you need to use a heavy-duty floor cleaner, apply with a sponge mop, rinse and allow to dry.

Flagstone flooring and slate tile

Natural stone is rough and porous and should be sealed with a commercial sealer. Apply two thin coats of acrylic floor finish using a lamb’s wool pad, or apply the paste with a floor polishing machine. Occasionally strip, rinse and reapply wax. Use a mop using either clear water, all-purpose cleaner or water with fabric softener. If you’re unsure of the best cleaning method for a floor in your house, consider hiring Benin cleaning services

Linoleum flooring

Prior to waxing, vacuum and mop, remove marks with a fine grade steel wool. Solvent-based products, scouring, flooding and using very hot water are all bad for linoleum. The fastest way to clean the floor is with a one-step cleaner or polish, but the best way is to mop with an all-purpose cleaner. If you’re unsure of the best cleaning method for a floor in your house, consider hiring Benin cleaning services.

Marble tile

Non-polished marble is very porous, so seal it with a commercial sealer. Mop it with clear water and all-purpose cleaner. You can also use 1 cup fabric softener to ½ gallon water, and use self-polishing liquid wax. Strip occasionally, rinse and reapply wax. You also can use water-based wax or paste wax. If using a paste, test in a corner of the room to make sure the paste won’t discolor the flooring.

If you’re unsure of the best cleaning method for a floor in your house, consider hiring Benin cleaning services.