Salt residue on tile floors in commercial account

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What do you use in mop water to remove salt residue from ceramic floors in commercial account
 

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You need an acid rinse. You can use Flex Ice if you have that or Fab-Set. Both of these can be diluted 1:4 and be equal or stronger than vinegar without the smell of salad.

If you want a more detail explanation, I have an article on removing salt and ice melter residue. You can email Schyler Lewis for a copy slewis@interlinksupply.com
 
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You need an acid rinse. You can use Flex Ice if you have that or Fab-Set. Both of these can be diluted 1:4 and be equal or stronger than vinegar without the smell of salad.

If you want a more detail explanation, I have an article on removing salt and ice melter residue. You can email Schyler Lewis for a copy slewis@interlinksupply.com
And what’s wrong with salad? lol
 

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You need an acid rinse. You can use Flex Ice if you have that or Fab-Set. Both of these can be diluted 1:4 and be equal or stronger than vinegar without the smell of salad.

If you want a more detail explanation, I have an article on removing salt and ice melter residue. You can email Schyler Lewis for a copy slewis@interlinksupply.com
I keep fab-set around it works great

Vinegar is not very professional under any circumstances it smells like a pickle factory!!!!!
 
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