School Flooring With Scuff Marks

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  1. Callum Blest

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    Hi as a newbie into this area of the business I have been asked to clean a school floor which has black scuff marks on. I have a 450rpm scrubber machine. Having done a test on the floor with pdq (cleaner/maintainer) and the red, blue, green pads they won’t lift. I’m doing something wrong I guess and would love to hear people advise on what colour pads/chemicals would be best to use. Thank you all
     
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    What type of floor covering is it? Any photos?
     
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    Hi Eamonn it’s a epoxy flooding. Not at the place atm to take any. Thank you
     
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    Nick Robertson-Vousden Solution Cornwall Ltd Admin

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    Red or black pad and STS, to be honest a 450 rpm machine is for maintenance and polishing a slow speed machine with a little more weight would be a good idea. the chem you are using will add a coating, the opposite to what you need.

    The correct equipment and cleaning solution required.

    Regards

    Nick
     
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