Reduce Slip and Fall Accidents – Heavyweight Scrub Brush – Clean Floors Effectively

The Heavyweight® Scrub Brush

 “The Only Brush With Built-in Elbow  Grease”

A tool just to simple to be true.

The Heavyweight® scrub brush is a sixteen pound weighted scrub brush that allows the user to simply push and pull the brush instead of using their back to produce the force needed to effectively scrub the floor.  Being named “The only brush with built-in elbow grease” means just that, you no longer have to rely the right person to give the effort needed to actually clean a floor.  The weighted head produces its own “elbow grease” allowing anyone to accomplish the task at hand of actually cleaning the floor.

Used Mop Water is a Window into Floor Condition

Most people can agree that standard mopping simply moves dirt and grease across the floor, causing build up in grout lines, cracks, crevasses or even texture put on the tile for the soul purpose of making it safer.  To make matters worse, cleaning products also build up over time, leaving behind a dangerous residue. This not only leads to a dirty floor but, what is more important, it reduces traction or slip resistance increasing the chance of a very costly slip and fall accidents.  Over the past eighteen years we have learned things that just make sense and below are a few to give you the gist of our theories.  Please view our videos and read our blog to see a different approach to floor care.

      • Dirty mop water doesn’t mean you are cleaning, it means the floor is filthy and needs to be effectively scrubbed.

        Black, dirty used mop water = a dirty floor.
        Relatively clean mop water = a clean floor and your procedures are working.
        By monitoring used mop water one can effectively manage any floor condition

      • Grout is not black! The more a floor is mopped, the dirtier the tile and grout will become.  When mopping a leveling effect occurs creating buildup whether using a string mop or a pad system.
      • To offset the damage done by mopping you MUST effectively scrub the floor on a regular basis.  Depending on what type of facility you operate, once a month is a minimum.  Of course, the more you scrub the cleaner the floor will be, validated by the clean used mop water. 

The Heavyweight®

The Heavyweight® Scrub Brush Delivers Cleaner, Safer Floors

Meet The Heavyweight®, a one-of-a-kind weighted scrub brush that is changing the future of the cleaning industry. This powerful 16-pound brush lifts dirt, grease and residue from floors with minimum effort. The result: significant improvement in traction and a sparkling clean floor.

 

McDonald’s National Operator Insurance Team Endorses The Heavyweight®!

Plain Talk: The National Operator Insurance Team (NOIT) recommends the Heavyweight Floor Brush. Use of the brush dramatically changes the cleanliness and coefficient of friction of the floor tile. Equally impressive is the fact that the Heavyweight Floor Brush does not require the tough “elbow grease” needed with the normal wooden deck brushes. You may find your crew actually enjoying use of this unique product. You really need to see this product in action to appreciate how well it works. NOIT suggests you view the video on the link to the Heavyweight web site

 

Seamless Flooring Customer

“After installing more than 1,000,000 square feet of seamless resin flooring in over 10 years in the business, I have not found a product that cleans better than the Heavyweight. Customers have come to us at their wits end, claiming that nothing was working to get the stains off their floors. I would show up with a simple degreaser and my trusty Heavyweight brush and literally within minutes be able to remove any stain with very little effort – thanks to the 16lbs weighted end. I always enjoy the look of disbelief on their faces, followed immediately by “where can I get one of those?”

We recommend no other manual brush to our customers to clean our resinous flooring, nor will we, ever.  The Heavyweight is the finest product of it’s kind anywhere, and last brush you will ever need.”

Peter D. Bach, Vice President, Bach Bros., Inc.