Help with cleaning rubber coin grip flooring!!

klmkim68

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Ok we have two big trailers that have the rubber coin grip flooring. The trailers are fairly new and have only been owned by us. I have always tried to keep the floors clean and like them to shine. Right off the start I had trouble finding a product that would make it look like new and shine. Tried several products. So after a while the floor started to look worse and have a white coating on it and the more we cleaned the worse it got. I am currently stripping it with a rubber floor stripper and have rinsed and rinsed and still getting these white markings. An anyone help me out and tell me why is this floor turning white and what I can do about it.
 

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klmkim68

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Mar 10, 2022
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Kim Millard
Ok we have two big trailers that have the rubber coin grip flooring. The trailers are fairly new and have only been owned by us. I have always tried to keep the floors clean and like them to shine. Right off the start I had trouble finding a product that would make it look like new and shine. Tried several products. So after a while the floor started to look worse and have a white coating on it and the more we cleaned the worse it got. I am currently stripping it with a rubber floor stripper and have rinsed and rinsed and still getting these white markings. An anyone help me out and tell me why is this floor turning white and what I can do about it.
So we did strip the floor by using a rubber flooring stripper. Did that a few times and it seemed to take all the wax and build up off. I thought at first maybe those white patches were where we didn’t get the stripper rinsed off. But after rinsing and rinsing and rinsing and rinsing there is hardly any change.

Now when I add a splash of water to the dried floor and then use a scrub brush, where the spots are white it starts to suds. So My thoughts were 1. The stripper wasn’t rinsed well or 2 the product is still on there and need to strip that area again.

Nope tried that.