Wooden Floor Clean -advice

Thomas Wright

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Hi guys, during a visit to a customer, I was asked to clean this wooden floor- 'of course, I said not a problem'! There is approx 80m2. The floor, she said, is wood, just down a year, with some minor scratches, but she only wants it cleaned. There is a light sheen to it and what, in my opinion, is a polyurethane layer as it feels 'plasticky' (if that makes sense). Any advice on a suitable product and process would be welcome-I know I'll have to keep the moisture to a minimum. They currently mop the floor with 'Flash' wooden floor cleaner ...Tia @Jon Chimes- would a rotary with a Melamine pad be suitable for this?
 

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Jon Chrimes

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Ha, I know absolutely nothing about wood !
Funny really, had the chance of a course last November, said no thanks as never get asked for it. Since then nothing but wood enquires, at least ten, now this. Life Eh lol :rofl:
Best of luck though , seems like worth your time to delve deeper
 
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Jake Nash

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Check your insurance before you get involved. They can be problematic where moisture is concerned, even if they've been Flashing it!
 

Thomas Wright

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@Tom Chorazyk Hi Tom, yes I'd cleaned the floor back in late April. I used my floormac rotary with a red pad and sprayed the floor with a dilution (100:1) of 'Pallman Clean'. The spray method keeps the moisture to a minimum. Afterwards, you can run over the floor with a flat mop just to dry it off. The floor came up well, as the customer was satisfied. Regards
 
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