4 Best Practice Tips for Cleaning Epoxy & Quartz Aggregate Floors

Change can be challenging. Take these steps to ensure that employees understand and can access tools to create a sanitary environment while conserving the high-performing characteristics of the floor. Altering the way you clean your floors can save time and money and protect your investment over the long run. 

1. Training

2. Put it in writing

3. Replace Supplies

4. Create System of Checks

Read about how to clean the floor properly by downloading the Complete Cleaning Guide: Epoxy & Quartz Aggregate Flooring. 

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Take the time to train personnel regarding the techniques and materials used. By allowing employees to understand the implications of altering the way in which they clean the floor, they will be able to complete the process properly. This will also give them an opportunity to ask questions and learn by doing. 

Put it in Writing

Be sure to add the detailed process to the materials accessible to all employees. By adding it to the written training material and checklist, employees will be able to access the material on their own. Check out our downloadable cleaning poster.

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Set your staff up for success by changing out old cleaning gear for approved equipment and cleaning solutions. If employees are only able to access the appropriate instruments, they will be better able to clean the floor properly. 

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Create a system of accountability for employees to ensure appropriateness and quality of cleaning each day. By monitoring how the floor is cleaned you are protecting your investment, safety standards, and longevity of floor. 


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