Question:

floor shine?

floor shine?

Answer:

As long as its NOT the bathroom (no slippy and sliddy to the hospital) I like to use your ultra standard mop and glo after a good sweep and mop. if my husband is out of town, the kids are at grandmas and I have time on my hands.... I will go to the local janitor supply store rent an industrial buffer (I'm not joking) this costs about $50. Rent it at the end of the day say 5:00 this doesn't count as a day. you can pick up the liquid wax there as well I like Burnishine dance floor wax, it looks like glass. You will need to buy a buffer pad as well. If you have hard wood floors or an other areas other than carpet, nows the time to clean and buff them too. Since you are feeling all Martha Stewarty, but on your heels and pearls. I suggest taking all the furniture and area rugs etc up before you get the rental, mop and sweep, so you can get right down to business. Follow the directions.... If you have never used a buffer before, ask the guys at the Janitorial supply to show you BEFORE you get it home, I learned in the military and it just takes a minute, it isn't hard work... its kinda fun, get your Ipod out and get the floor super shiny. Don't be surprised if you find yourself psychotically protective of the floors for the next few weeks..... I only do this about once every two years... then i had kids that walked said to heck with it..... I'll do it again when they leave for college, happy buffing!
it really depends on what your after, you can go for a normal floor ploish, or wax. you can even use a good laquer, i use duranis 648 floor polish but that can be a bit over kill, more info is needed eg. what you want as a finish like wet finish, matt, etc.
you may attempt cleansing and sprucing them then upload a sealant to guard them. a lot of those could be chanced on at a close-by tile save. cleansing them is the easy section and can be achieved with heat water and a comfortable cleansing soap however the polish and sealant may well be somewhat greater complicated. you may stick to the instructions on the kit or ask the staff the place you purchase the products.

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