Avoiding Rapid Re-soiling
Ever wonder why a floor can sometimes look worse after it has been cleaned? This is called “rapid re-soiling,” a fairly common occurrence and the result of the operators using too much chemicals during the cleaning application and not properly rinsing the floors afterward. The residual soap left behind will attract soil quickly.
The solution? Make sure your floors are properly rinsed. Water, with a PH neutralizer, is a great way to remove residual soap and prevent future re-soiling after cleaning.