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A lot of cleaning businesses have floor scrubbers that are available for hire. If you've decided to rent this cleaning equipment, here are a few suggestions you'll probably find useful.
Remove all of the furniture from each room before you start using the scrubber
If the rooms in which you plan to use the floor scrubber feature any furniture, then you might have considered leaving this furniture in place and simply manoeuvring the scrubber around each item. However, it would be better to remove all of the furniture from the room.
Firstly, because the scrubbing brush spins at a very fast rate and the equipment itself is quite hefty, it could be tricky to clean the area right near the legs of a table or the feet of a sofa without the sides of the moving brush coming into contact with these furniture components. If the furniture is old and delicate, this contact with this abrasive, moving brush could result in these components getting scratched. By removing the furniture, you'll not only avoid damaging it but will also be able to clean the entire floor, instead of just a large section of it.
It will also mean that if, when you first start using the scrubber and are still getting used to handling it, you occasionally lose control of it, there will be no chance of it spinning towards any chairs, bookcases or tables and knocking them over.
Vacuum very thoroughly beforehand
Before the cleaning business sends the scrubber to your property, you should vacuum the floors you want to use it on very thoroughly. If these floors are covered in, for example, lots of pet fur and your own loose hair strands, as well as random debris that has fallen onto them over the last few days, then the scrubber won't work as well as it could. This is because this fur, hair and other debris may get tangled up in the equipment's brush as it spins around and then either slow down the speed with it spins or be a barrier between its bristles and the floor.
Furthermore, if this dirt gets caught in the floor scrubber, its moving brush might then spray this out all over the floor as it scrubs it, in which case the floor will end up coated in dirt and hair.
For more information, reach out to a floor scrubber service in your are.