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Why You Need An Automatic Scrubber
Over the weekend I saw a custodian at a store mopping a floor. The water and mop were extremely dirty
and so was the floor where she had just cleaned. This made me wonder why they didn't use an automatic scrubber. She was working really hard and not accomplishing much. It always frustrates me when
custodians put so much effort into cleaning but because of the tools they use, settle for poor results.
The single biggest advance of the last 50 years in the cleaning industry is the automatic scrubber. For decades, the mop and bucket were the standard an in many cases, still is. No body rides in a buggy pulled
by a horse, uses mules to plow or a manual lawn mowers any more, but are still using the mop and bucket to clean.
Why a mop and bucket are out dated.
When you clean a floor with a mop the rinse water gets dirtier. Before you know it, you are cleaning with the dirty water. Over time, this leads to a build-up of dirt and chemical residue on the floor.
How the automatic scrubber works.
As the scrubber moves along the floor, clean water is dispensed to a scrubbing head. The head agitates
the solution on the floor. The dirty water is left under the machine to be picked up immediately by a vacuum system. The floor is left clean and dry in a fraction of the time. This significantly reducing the labor hours dedicated to floor cleaning. The best part is that the floor actually gets cleaned.
If you would like see how an automatic scrubber can improve your results, just e-mailing me at email@example.com or give me a call.