Vinyl Floor Cleaning
Vinyl flooring can stand up to a lot abuse, even in high-traffic areas of a house, but it still needs care and cleaning to keep it looking its best. Sensational Cleaning tile & vinyl devision, strive to clean your vinyl floors to the best of its ability. We have a procedure with vinyl to give your floors the best result.
Our Vinyl Cleaning procedure consists of:-
Pre-inspection of your vinyl
Our first necessity is to determine what your main concerns are. We inspect your vinyl areas to make sure that we make our service as comfortable as possible. Things we like to discuss is movement of furniture, Stains that may seem irregular, concerns regarding children or pets, heavily marked traffic areas.
Sweep / vacuum vinyl floors
The first step of the preparation process is removing dirt, grit, hair and any loose particles from the vinyl floors. Our technician either vacuume or sweep the vinyl floor using a dry mop.
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Floor Stipping Process
Apply floor stripper used in conjunction with a heavy industrial polivac scrubber, which has a black pad attachment that strips and cleans the vinyl floors. A black pad is the most course and aggressive to effectively clean the vinyl with the help of the stripping solution. We remove the existing sealer polish also removing grime, grit and scuff marks.
Once the floor has been stripped of prior layers and exposed. The vinyl floors are quickly “neutralised” by rinsing the floor with an acidic solution. This is important so that the new sealer polish will bond well to the existing vinyl floor.
Application of vinyl sealer
Now it is time for the sealer polish to be applied. The quality of sealer polish used is important. We use an affective and durable floor finish that is longer lasting and will not have to be stripped as often. The coats are applied allowing 30 minutes of drying time between each coat for maximum durability. It’s not unusual to apply one to five coats depending on the need of the customer and their budget. The first coats are sealing the floor. The subsequent coats start to build up a durable finish, bringing it to a highly polished lustre.