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LCCFL

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The cleaning took place in a dermatologist’s office. The flooring had 8+ years of dirt.
 

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You said it's plank but are you sure it's not sheet??

If there's any gaps or shrinkage in the planks at all be very leery and care for running a turbo spinner at 700 plus PSI especially on the newer products that have bonded cushions underneath as they can swell if they get too much water

Try and run a 400 psi floor wand as often as possible
 

LCCFL

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You said it's plank but are you sure it's not sheet??

If there's any gaps or shrinkage in the planks at all be very leery and care for running a turbo spinner at 700 plus PSI especially on the newer products that have bonded cushions underneath as they can swell if they get too much water

Try and run a 400 psi floor wand as often as possible
More than likely sheet planks. They did not have a spare. No gaps that I’ve noticed from the inspection. I tested, tested, and tested again. Before putting anything down.

I ran it at 225-250 psi to rinse it. I was going to use a wand. But it would have splattered all over the newly painted walls.
 

LCCFL

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I'll be the first to buy whatever you come out with. Hurry up! I used my WP tile wand all day yesterday and I'm burned out trying to pivot it in places that really need a good tile wand
Last time I used a gecko, that thing made me feel like I had to replace my shoulder. The vacuum stuck to the floor and was a pain to pull.
 
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