Textured porcelain tiles

Florin Titiriga

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80 sqm- In at 5:00pm out at 8pm.

These tiles in the showroom have never been cleaned in 8 years.

Another happy customer
 

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Leigh Hall

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Nice work @Florin Titiriga,
I’m going on the tilemaster course in a couple of weeks, what would you say is the main driver of enquiries for hard floor cleaning for yourself? (AdWords/word of mouth/existing customers etc)
 
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Florin Titiriga

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I don’t advertise for it. Just from jobs which I go to clean carpets and a bit of free Fb advertising.

You will love the course. My advice, buy a rotary even if it’s a bit more £. This job with the tilemaster machine would of taken at least 6-7 hours.
 
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Jacob Ward

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It's a valid question for many people Imre.

The point of these threads are for EVERYBODY to learn.

J
 
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Imre Markus

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It's a valid question for many people Imre.

The point of these threads are for EVERYBODY to learn.

J
Even though I agree with you I do feel that not everyone wants EVERYBODY to learn.......
To be fair there is nothing wrong with that......survival of the fittest.
Ps. I do hope that I will not get into trouble saying this.
 

Florin Titiriga

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The one which I have is used so I didn't experience any floating. I also have the Bimack dexter which is different to a atom.

I also tried with a pad and I was getting better and quicker results with the winnex.

If your brush is new, maybe try running it on wet concrete for 5 min to wear them oit a bit.
 
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