Mopping Alone Will Not Prevent Embedded Soils

Mopping Alone Will Not Prevent Embedded Soils. Without a regular buffing program, soils become embedded, even with daily mopping.

This floor is in a¬†daycare facility. Without a regular buffing program, you can see how soils become embedded, even with daily mopping. The Center’s Director was blown away at the color (shade)¬†difference with the embedded soils removed.

Embedded soils in VCT

Embedded soils in VCT floor

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