Applying a wax or finish to a floor creates a glossy, protective layer that keeps your floor attractive and free from scratches and stains. However, over time these layers wear down or become dirty, and need to be removed before a new one can be reapplied.
Some types of floor, especially hardwood, may be damaged.
You can’t do a clean job in a dirty environment. First we need to clean up there.
Strip and wax procedures
- Preparation of the area: The area is prepared by floor cleaning and sweeping. Foreign substances are removed.
- Stripping Procedure: Mix the stripper. Wet, dry cleaning solution and the solution of the problem is completely stripped. The entire area is clean and clean for all cleaners. When the ground is completely dry.
- About Wax: Wax mop heads have many styles. ONLY used for waxing. Never use a dirty mop mat. A rayon mop head is used for waxing. When finished, it is cleaned and dried and left to the next candle work.
- Wax Application Procedure: Baseboards, furniture, doors etc. wax is not made on. While squeezing together with the wax mat, go directly to the floor (prevents dripping). The area we want to finish is aligned with the wax. Then a figure 8 movement is performed over the striped area. Before the next jacket is added, it is expected that the wax will dry out and harden.