I used to use Release It DS2 on CGD and it would leave most spots white or I guess 'crystallized' which had to be vacuumed up. That was a lot of extra work post vacuuming large CGD accounts and I might as well just HWE. Quite a few guys on here would say that's what you want, even saying if you...
I don't think looking at how much you've filled your vacuum bag would be a good gauge.
It's not like the soils you are trying to remove are in 'bulk' form. You've already vacuumed the carpets regularly removing the bulk stuff that people track in. Now you're just removing stains essentially. I...
Hey cool, Shulers, that restaurant was on The Profit! Pretty neat to see a live shot of a place that was on TV and just about out of business.
I thank my service providers all the time. Had an electrician over the last weekend, complimented him on his extremely neat wiring job and attention to...
So Todd would could I F up and by doing what? They actually just asked for it to be sealed, but this massive slab is under a beautiful gazebo that hosts a lot of parties and I just thought it would look so much better polished.
Can a quality job be done with diamond pads and a 175?
Can I F up the concrete?
Will the concrete have less traction when wet? This spot is outdoors but covered by a roof.
Does it need to be sealed afterwards?
What's a typical sq' charge?
I think everyone on the planet knows about TMF by now you guys have done such a masterful job with marketing.
I just don't like giving residential customers the ability to find this forum so easily and the wealth of good and bad information that comes along with it.
I know a few other guys...
Me too Mike! It really gets me when I have to write a 5 figure check out to Uncle Sam and then see those hood rats sitting on their porch all day with a Caddy and 20" dubs on their ride sitting in the drive way.
I agree, it's just flat out demoralizing having to strip a floor more than once. It's not so bad having to touch up some spots, but when you have to do a full on re-strip a couple of times more it turns into a beat you up all day affair.
I understand, but the potential upside of labor savings is there. This place is multi level and the only floor accessible to the auto scrubber is the main floor. The other 2 require the slow production of a wet/dry vac and additional costs of transporting up/down 2 levels.
These guys make them: http://www.malish.com/product-category/rotary_and_disc_brushes/grit_rotary_brushes/
I also ordered one for my Orbitor too...