Concrete Floor or Counter Maintenance

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  1. Stephen D. Gillett
    Stephen D. Gillett

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    Any of you guys taking on Concrete Floor or Counter Maintenance and Polishing?
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    No one!
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    Just cleaning.
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    Send me info. I do two salon cleaning that has polished concrete starting to fade. I thought I might pitch to them that I can clean and shine it up there floors once a year or something.
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    I want to use my stone pro machine to use extensively
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    Done a few, owned a concrete kitchen counter for ten years or so.


    Never again.
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    You dont like cleaning them or polishing?
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    Ditto Mike,
    Check out Home Depot locations first done they look great but they dust out and get chalky. Acid-sensitive you might as well have marble. It does seem to be the rage lately, however. Twister pads from Waxie, 3M has a three pad system and then there's Trizact also from 3M.

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