Bad weather can be a building owner's nightmare. Rain, snow, salt, mud and more wreak havoc on floors and entryways creating a costly and dangerous situation. Just as bad, they leave a bad impression on customers and employees
It's important to remove the liquid, salt, particulate, and so on quickly and thoroughly before it finds its way throughout the building, or worse, damages the finish or floor.
The nearly universal response is a mop and bucket. But they do a very poor job of removing the mess, and worse, they leave the floor wet and slippery – for a really long time! During that time the risk to people and property remains. Unfortunately, when the floor does dry, a familiar and unsightly haze often remains. To compound the situation, improper or incomplete removal can actually create a greater risk than the original spill.
Autoscrubbers work better, but aren't very practical during business hours. Plus, they can grind salt, gravel and particulate into the floor finish and surface.
Kaivac to the Rescue
Fortunately, Kaivac offers a variety of effective solutions to this costly and potentially dangerous situation. Kaivac's vacuum-powered systems are perfect for weather-related cleaning like snow, salt, gravel, mud and water pickup for improved floor safety and perfect first impressions. Their cordless and nimble maneuverability enable cleaning throughout the day.
Protect Your Image
First impressions matter. Maintaining a clean, inviting appearance throughout the day keeps customers coming back and employees motivated.
Total cleaning and instant drying mean immediate availability and reduced slip-and-fall accidents. In fact, Kaivac's No-Touch Cleaning® and floor cleaning systems have been certified by the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI) for providing high traction.
Moisture, salt, grit and other weather-related matter can harm finishes and flooring. Kaivac's systems simplify and accelerate the removal of these in a way that's gentle but thorough. Their nimble maneuverability enables them to be used throughout the day if necessary.