Discussion in 'Hard Surface Hub' started by Swani, Nov 4, 2017.
The Adams Apple gives it away...to help Damon...
Wasted your money on that house wife type machine Lindhaus.
On sheet vinyl use your tile spinner. Put some prespray down, let dwell, then use your spinner, mop(wipe) up puddles. You have the same oils and dirt on the vinyl that you have on the carpet. Don't go really high on ph or heat. Keep the water sucked up as you clean so it doesn't run where you don't want it.
That bar @jwfoulk12 and @Desk Jockey like to visit, that "big bird broad" would have giving you a run for your money.... Even I had a hard time figuring it out...
Yet every time I went back, There you were
Saiger's Free and Clear boosted with Citra Solv 2, scrubbed with 175 and rinsed with tile spinner at 700 psi. Worked like a charm! Thanks for everyone's help!
What!!! No pictures???
I'm sorry I totally dropped the ball today on pictures!
When is Tomway coming out with a tile wand?
Not soon enough. I'll be ordering a new spinner very soon
Which spinner? I have a Mytee and don't really care for it.
"I dont need a spinner"...
I’ll still have my wand. I was hoping to get Toms first. I don’t see that happening any time soon
Nick, The term Vinyl is used so universally. We need to know if it's sheet goods, vinyl plank (uniclick glueless) or glued down planks or even VCT. They all can be cleaned the same but with caution as some have suggested keeping heat reasonable 150 to 180 but consider the PSI as well so you don't force water into a glueless joint or poorly adhered planks. VCT can be literally sanded down to get through a trashed history, but don't even think about using any abrasives on the other types of vinyl out there or you're buying.
From your photos I can't exactly tell if they're glued down strips or sheet goods. Get up close to the joints to see if they are planks or faux joints. you can let the PSI do the work if your prespray is aggressive enough to eat the grunge impeded in the texture simulating wood grain.
I did a dental office months ago where I worried about pressure intruding between the planks. I ended up using a wax stripper when I found that those little textures were lingering wax that hadn't worn off from foot traffic. Like magic. like new.
And the crickets say "Chirp Chirp Chirp"
I saw this today..
That is vinyl glued to the wall.. I kind of like it..