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METHODS OF FLOOR CLEANING AND WOOD FLOOR

METHODS OF FLOOR CLEANING

The treatment needed for different types of floors is very different.

Slipping is a common safety hazard for cleaning methods that involve water or other liquids, especially if the floor is left wet.

Sawdust is used on some floors to absorb any liquids that fall rather than trying to prevent them being spilt. The sawdust is swept up and replaced each day. This was common in the past in pubs and is still used in some butchers and fishmongers.

It used to be common to use tea leaves to collect dirt from carpets and remove odours.

There are also a wide variety of floor cleaning machines available today such as floor buffers, automatic floor scrubbers and sweepers, and carpet extractors that can deep clean almost any type of hard floor or carpeted flooring surface in much less time than it would take using a traditional cleaning method.

WOOD FLOORING

Different types of wood flooring may require completely different care depending on whether they are waxed, oiled or have a polyurethane coating. It is important to determine the type of finish of a wood floor and always treat it in the proper manner, for instance it is difficult to clear wood floor wax from a floor coated with polyurethane. Simple cleaning instructions:

  1. Clear the floor of any furniture that is easy to move.
  2. Sweep or vacuum all loose dirt and debris.
  3. Mop the floor, going along with the grain. For a polyurethane coated floor, dampen a mop with water and a few drops of dishwashing liquid. Be sure to ring out the mop thoroughly before using it on the floor. Run the mop back and forth, going with the grain of the wood in smooth strokes. Do not use water for lacquered or shellacked floors, as it can stain the wood and cause buckling.
  4. Buff the floor with a soft cloth to remove any soapy residue. Cloth diapers work well for buffing since they are very soft and absorbent.

TILE AND STONE

Tile and stone flooring is common in kitchens, stairs, and bathrooms. Its cleaning process can be divided into three steps:

  1. Dirt or dust should first be removed with a vacuum cleaner or a broom.
  2. Have a floor cleaning solution or spray bottle for the appropriate floor. If you are cleaning stone floors (marble, granite, travertine, etc.), make sure the cleaning agent states that it is for stones. An acidic tile cleaning solution can be used on ceramic and porcelain floors
  3. After spraying the tile or stone floors in a small area, use a mop to clean and scrub floors.then wipe it with dry cloth.

EASY SURFACE CLEANING METHODS

Cleaning is the process of removing unwanted substances, such as dirt, infectious agents, and other impurities, from an object or environment. Cleaning occurs in many different contexts, and uses many different methods. Several occupations are devoted to cleaning.

CLEANING METHODS

Cleaning is broadly achieved through mechanical action and/or solvent action; many methods rely on both processes.

  • Washing, usually done with water and often some kind of soap or detergent
    • Pressure washing, using a high-pressure stream of water
  • Abrasive blasting, typically used to remove bulk material from a surface, may be used to remove contaminants as well
  • Acoustic cleaning, the use of sound waves to shake particulates loose from surfaces
    • Ultrasonic cleaning, using ultrasound, usually from 20–400 kHz
    • Megasonic cleaning, a gentler mechanism than ultrasonic cleaning, used in wafer, medical implant, and industrial part cleaning
  • Carbon dioxide cleaning, a family of methods for parts cleaning and sterilization using carbon dioxide in its various phases
  • Dry cleaning of clothing and textiles, using a chemical solvent other than water
  • Flame cleaning of structural steel with an oxyacetylene flame
  • Green cleaning, using environmentally friendly methods and products
  • Plasma cleaning, using energetic plasma or dielectric barrier discharge plasma created from various gases
  • Sputter cleaning, performed in a vacuum by using physical sputtering of the surface
  • Steam cleaning, in both domestic and industrial contexts
  • Thermal cleaning, in industrial settings, involving pyrolysis and oxidation
  • Wet cleaning, methods of professional laundering that avoid the use of chemical solvents

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