Friday, June 28, 2013

Hard Floor Cleaner
While there are many different types of machines for cleaning hard floors, the ultimate choice of a hard floor cleaner depends on a variety of factors. One of the most significant factors is the quality and design of the wand. A hard floor cleaner is fitted with a wand carrying a spinner. The rotating motion of the spinner assists in the removal of dirt from surfaces, including floors, tiles, concrete, and so on.

Naturally, the more powerful the spinning action, the more thoroughly the surface will be cleaned. Ordinary hard floor cleaner machines usually have a spinner that rotates solely using water pressure. This makes for a weak spinning action and, therefore, negatively impacts the cleaning process. Contractors who know their business recommend using a hard floor cleaner with an automated spinner. This spinner uses electric power for rotating and is, therefore, more powerful. The rotational motion of such wands is also consistent and the overall cleaning is extremely effective.

These types of spinners rotate with speeds as high as 1000 rpm. In addition to high speeds, the spinners also have rubber guards to optimize water pressure. Check the size of the spinner when purchasing a hard surface cleaner. A 9 inch spinner is effective in cleaning smaller areas, while a larger 19 inch spinner is used for cleaning large surfaces. Moreover, check if the machine is water efficient. A hard floor cleaner incorporating modern technologies uses less water than other types of floor cleaning machines, excluding a dry vapor cleaner.
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