|07-13-2017, 07:48 AM||#1|
Floor scrubber/dryer machines
I've recently opened an affiliate in Kerry, Ireland.
We want to ensure our box is always clean for members and are finding that mopping and brushing our rubber floor tiles just isn't good enough to keep them clean and dirt free.
Our floor tiles are 1m x 1m 20mm thick. Just laid side by side with no adhesive.
We're considering acquiring a scrubber/dryer (link attached SFW) to keep our floor clean and tidy and cut down on water use and time spent cleaning the floors.
- does anyone use these on this type of tiled floor?
- How do you find it?
- Are you worried about the scrubber/brushes wearing down the matting?
- Are you worried about excessive moisture getting into the tiles and between them?
Thanks very much in advance!
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