Your floors are the very first thing people notice when entering a building. Keeping them looking their best is important.
However, this can be challenging. Everyday soils are tracked inside, and as a result, floors get worn. They get discolored, scratched, and damaged as occupants track dirt and other abrasive soils inside. Additionally, the winter months are especially harsh.
Even with proper daily and interim cleaning procedures, like vacuuming or a scrub and recoat, commercial flooring will eventually need to be restored.
Restoring your floors can bring back their brilliance, protect them from irreversible damage, and prevent costly replacement procedures.
The most effective way to revitalize your dull, worn flooring is to strip and wax your floor. Stripping and refinishing flooring is a restorative procedure.
Restorative floor care is used to revive your floor when the damage is greater than what can be fixed with less intensive floor care maintenance. Restorative procedures like stripping and finishing and are the most labor-intensive, time-consuming cleaning procedures.
What is Stripping and Refinishing or Stripping and Waxing?
The top of your floor is covered with a finish to protect against the accumulation of dirt, scratches, spills, and other effects of foot traffic. But, over time, this finish will need to be replaced or stripped and refinished.
This process is also sometimes called stripping and waxing.
Stripping and refinishing is the process of removing old layers of wax and dirt, restoring the floors to a like-new appearance and protecting it from future damage.
When To Strip and Wax a Floor
Restorative floor care or stripping and refinishing is needed to help reduce permanent damage and restore your hard floor.
Restorative floor care should be completed at least once a year or in situations when the floor is no longer returning to its original shine after a scrub and recoat.
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