• October 5, 2018 at 10:29 am#65689
    ddumbauld
    Member

    Wondering what works best to mop floors and not leave a film behind? We recently moved into a new shop with sealed concrete floors. We have tried  simple green and a Zep product. They both leave a film behind. Any suggestions?

    October 8, 2018 at 12:13 pm#75243
    Richard Zaagman
    Participant

    We use a product called Oil Eater.  Works well, no residue.  We do have epoxy floors though, which helps a great deal with clean up.

    October 8, 2018 at 1:41 pm#75244
    stvstb
    Participant

    5000 square feet of epoxy paint.  Like to keep it nice and shiny – never know who might stop by.  Bought a Tennent Floor Cleaner when we moved into this building which has no floor drains (due to the way they were built DEQ ordered them filled in!).  We use it to pick up snow and ice puddles all winter!  It has brushes and a squeegee and vacuum.  For QUICK Clean-up we use a product from Warsaw Chemicals called CHARGE.  Comes in gallon jugs – pour some on the floor, add water, brush around, throw on more water and brush / suck it up with the floor cleaner.  Once every couple of months we do the whole floor (probably been 6 months now since the last time in all honesty!) with another Warsaw Chemicals product called DJ Concrete Cleaner.  This stuff is AWESOME, but it takes some time and a fair amount of water to get it to rinse clean.  Of course for little spots we just use Brakleen, buy it in 10 case lots! [attachment file=”CLEAN SHOP!.jpg”]

    October 10, 2018 at 11:44 am#75245
    JERRY REYGAERT
    Participant

    We been using a product from TRI –  County Distributing  Chemicals for twenty -eight years. It works perfectly. The floor cleaner is called Grand Slam. Call Ken Hasenauer at 586-757-4640 or Cell at 586-757-4640 He is in Chesterfield Twp, Mi

    October 11, 2018 at 9:35 pm#75247
    unitedautosales
    Participant

    We use a powdered cleaner works well, needs a lot of water and scrubbing with a broom.

     

     

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