Top Ten Floor Care Issues Through My Experience

Top ten things I have learned over the past two decades in studying floor care. 1.Standard cleaning tools and procedures are ineffective and hard to use, creating opportunity to misuse, leading to breakdown. 2. For the most part, grout is … Continue Reading…

The Meaning of Dirty Mop Water

The Meaning of Dirty Mop Water Common sense, even in these highly technological times, is still able to give birth to new and simple solutions that benefit the end user and society as a whole.   Anyone who has been … Continue Reading…

Floor Care Training

Floor Care Training  With insurance sky rocketing from the slip and fall accident it’s time to delve a little deeper into floor care and the principles behind it.  It’s really quite simple, smooth when wet is usually very slippery, textured … Continue Reading…

What Does Your Grout Look Like

Does your Grout look like this? Or does it look like this? The Heavyweight can help! … Continue Reading…

Reduce Slip and Falls

Grey water

Dirty mop water does NOT mean your current cleaning tools, chemicals and procedures are working, it means your floor is filthy and probably unsafe. Used mop water is a window into what condition your floor is in:       … Continue Reading…

My Floors look Better Dirty than Clean

Mud Floor

On many occasions, after professionally cleaning a customer’s floors they will say, “my floors looked better dirty than clean.” To be honest, it happens more often than most would like to admit. So what just happened? The fact is, most … Continue Reading…

Understanding Textured Surfaces

Textured surface

Why It Is Important to Understand Textured Flooring? Simply put, a textured surface provides the safest walking condition, even when wet, for your customers and employees. The Cross section of a smooth surface at the microscopic level = LOW TRACTION … Continue Reading…