Floor Stripping Waxing Buffing Roselle IL

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Comments

Jose Sandoval says:

I just started a cleaning business and am thinking of offering this service but i dont know how much to charge per sq ft,
what is the recommended charge?
and what is the recommended cleaning schedule for retail?
I know it might depend on how much traffic the place might get.

v bee says:

What kind of buffer was that

araceli najera says:

I have a cleaning business and I would like to offer this service, but I don’t know
how much to charge per sq ft, what is the recommended charge?
And what is the recommended cleaning schedule for retail?

herman munster says:

gym for midgets-small ass room

mogote coyote says:

this video relaxes me.

prix98go says:

Those last pictures on the video are of the floor still wet right after applying the wax. I’ve taken pics of my floors right after applying the wax and it looks the same, really shiny. You can’t fool people by showing those pictures and saying that that is the end result, because once dry, the floor does NOT look that shiny, no matter how many coats you put down.

zach O'Flaherty says:

I don’t understand why people wax up on their base. The rest of the base is not as shiny as the bottom part. If you take your time to edge everything out it will look so much better.

Leticia Gonzalez says:

What about sealer after he stripp the floor? Then you wax

TravelerWhereof says:

I wish my bosses would listen to me.. Some idiot took over and change the way my waxing crew waxes and now the floors looks terrible. They don’t shine like they use too anymore… There’s a reason why we buff/ burnish after the coat..

Joye Gonzalez says:

no wet vacumm showing to remove the soultion an excess dirt before waxing the floor? she just go striaght to the waxing an didnt state the drying process after it is vaccumm an didnt say how many coats was applied to floor.

money flow says:

your not fooling me im a floor technician that floor is still wet lol

LeonDon says:

did you burnish after every layer?

kyle barca says:

u did a great job

Rj Mtx says:

I thought when u put the first layer of wax u dont burnish till the nextday

Nauki says:

What did you use to spread the wax?

bs431980 says:

Best wax laying job I’ve ever seen someone do

Thomas says:

Did you do the whole floor at once, or did you let each section dry before going on to the next section?

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