Benefits of Using Floor Scrubbers

Benefits of Using Floor Scrubbers

Do you have a retail store, school facility, religious building, or heavily trafficked office? Any indoor facility that sees lots of foot traffic can benefit from a floor scrubber. A floor scrubber is a floor cleaning device. While you might be familiar with mops and floor brushes, a floor scrubber is a machine that can quickly and efficiently clean large surface areas by mixing water and cleaning solution onto the floor, scrubbing, and lifting the residue.

There are three main benefits of using floor scrubbers for your commercial space:

  1. Easier Clean Up
    Whether you pay a janitorial staff, clean your retail store yourself, or have volunteers cleaning your space, having a commercial floor scrubber will make the job easier than ever. No carting around a heavy mop or bucket! Floor scrubbers come in different models – either easy to push or ride-on versions. Both varieties reduce the effort of cleaning, saving your back!

  2. Better Clean
    Floor scrubbers are not only easier to use, but they also do a better job at getting a deep clean. Instead of trying to go back and forth over the same spot, a commercial floor scrubber can quickly and efficiently clean grime and stains. This saves time and gives you a better clean.

  3. Quicker Dry Times
    With a regular mop and bucket, the floor is quite wet and slippery. Drying takes a while, which means that you have to be careful not to track footprints across the floor and have to be extremely cautious about slipping. A floor scrubber uses less water, which means dry times are quicker.

Are you ready for your floors to be cleaner, faster, with less effort? A commercial floor scrubber could revolutionize your cleaning routine at retail stores, school facilities, religious institutions, offices, gyms, and other spaces. Bay Area Floor Machine Co. makes sure that you have the right equipment to ensure your floors are shiny, clean, and dry! 

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