It needs to be thoroughly rinsed, so if you work small areas and change mop water frequently it should be OK.Would the GM work with a floor machine w/attached brush? Also, does it require immediate rinse? I don't have a TM so the old fashion mop/bucket method is what I'd use to clean it up with. Thoughts?
Any quality product ( there are so many of them) wilI have same effect on dirty surface, it'll clean it to provide satisfactory results.
Looking at the pics and how bad some of those floors are, it gives me a confidence that effort to educate my commercial accounts is paying off. I don't see as much trashed surfaces compare to 2 years ago. It took a lot of convincing to do...
I understand when tiles weren't cleaned for 2or 3 years, you have to use more elbow grease, on the other hand, maintaining tiles once in 3 months or on monthly bases reaps a great benefits.
This is the message I would like to push in long term with an existing and prospective
commercial accounts and so should you.