CLEANING TARASAFE SUPER FLOORS

CLEANING TARASAFE SUPER FLOORS
CLEANING
TARASAFE SUPER FLOORS
Manual scrubbing equipment
Mechanical cleaning brush
Mechanical cleaning equipment
Wet vacuum cleaner
Scrubbing brush
Circular nylon brush for synthetic floors
Auto scrubber, rotocleaner or single-brush
machine
Equipment used
Cleaning products
Cleaning methods
Neutral detergent /
Alkaline detergent
• Application of detergent on the floor
• Leave to act 5-10 min
• Use scrubbing brush or
single-brush machine
• Vacuuming of residue
Neutral detergent
• Application of detergent on the floor
• Use scrubbing brush
• Vacuuming of residue
Neutral detergent /
Alkaline detergent
• Application of detergent on the floor
• Leave to act 5-10 min
• Use scrubbing brush or
single-brush machine
• Vacuuming of residue
First use
Mechanical cleaning
or
Daily cleaning
Manual cleaning
Deep cleaning
Mechanical cleaning
or
These cleaning instructions have to be adapted depending on traffic and location of the area.
In the case of manual maintenance and to offer you the best results in terms of hygiene and
appearance, Gerflor recommends that you use neutral and alkaline detergents with high
wetting power (complete spreading and cleaning of the entire floor surface).
Here is a non-exhaustive list of products recommended by the main manufacturers:
KIEHL : Profloor*, RS Nett**
TANA / WERNER : Green care
SR15*, Floor Cleaner S*, Clean
Fresh*, Difotan*, Clean Extreme*,
Innomat**
*Neutral / **Alkaline
*Neutre / **Alcalin
ECOLAB : Brial Clean S*
ANIOS : Deterg’anios*
ROCHEX : Polystar*, Roctonic**
BUZIL : HC 43**
Dr. SCHUTZ : PU Reiniger**
DIVERSEY / SEALED AIR: Asset*
DREITURM : Multinetzer*,
Goldreif (vert)*, Linorein**,
D1 Neu**
STAIN REMOVAL
PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
• Never use abrasive disks or any procedure that risks damaging the surface treatment
(abrasive products, solvents, etc.).
• Never use rubber caps (for chair legs or other furniture); instead, use PVC or
Polyethylene caps.
STAIN REMOVAL DURING WORKS
Paint mark removal
• Do not use abrasive cleaning equipment (e.g. Scotch Brite, scouring pads, steel wool, etc.).
• Use the solvent for the paint if known. If the solvent is not known, start with solvents such as
Essence C, White Spirit, etc. before trying stronger solvents such as Taraclean spray.
If the stain proves hard to remove, do not persist.
• Wipe and rinse the floor thoroughly after applying the solvent.
On paint drips
A freeze spray will yield excellent results when paint has formed a drip on the material (freeze sprays
can be bought from cleaning product manufacturers or in pharmacies).
On adhesive marks
• Fresh acrylic adhesive marks (< 1 month)
Apply a water-based solution with added cleaning product, leave to act and mechanically clean and
rinse the floor.
• Dried acrylic adhesive marks (> 1 month)
Use Essence C or White Spirit. Wipe and rinse the floor thoroughly after applying the solvent.
• Solvent adhesive marks
Use strong solvents (such as Taraclean spray), but do not persist if the adhesive marks are difficult
to remove (as may happen with solvent-resistant cross-linked adhesives).
TIPS AND ADVICE FOR STAIN REMOVAL
Rust
Apply an anti-rust product or oxalic acid. Rinse thoroughly.
Food grease/paint/ballpoint pen/felt-tip pen/heavy grease (tar)
Apply a solvent such as Essence C or White Spirit. Rub with undiluted product and rinse with plenty
of water.
Rubber marks/Shoe marks
Apply an alkaline detergent (such as Dynatech Trophy) to shoe marks. Leave to act for 5 minutes. Rub.
Chewing-gum
Use a freeze spray to harden the chewing gum, and then remove it with a plastic spatula
(freeze sprays can be bought from cleaning product manufacturers or in pharmacies).
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