If you’re finally ready to get down to work and clean your floor you’ve been avoiding for months, well, let’s get started. You can remove some dirt and dust from your concrete floor using only water. But to get at those set–in stains, you will need a floor scrubber.
But to get at those set–in stains, you will need a floor scrubber. In fact, many contract cleaners recommend that you clean your concrete floor with a floor scrubber before you wash the floor in a traditional way. Because concrete is porous, dirt and grimes seeps into the pores, nooks, and crannies, and is extremely hard to remove. Knowing what a floor scrubber is and how they work can help you save extra effort the next time you have a floor-cleaning project.
Floor scrubbers work by agitating up dirt and breaking it up, then surrounding it and sucking it up. Floor scrubbers can be used to clean a large combination of materials, liquids, and textures on many and various floor types.