The number one problem with dance and theatrical flooring is “it’s too slippery”. There are plenty of reasons why floors become slippery and unfortunately too many solutions to “fix” them resulting in damage and shortening their life expectancy. The first problem you may be having is you are dancing on the wrong type of
You have lists and schedule for just about all the multitasking activities in which you are engaged. Do you have a schedule and budget for taking care of your dance floor? You can dance without ballet barres, mirrors or music but without the dance floor, you and your students are in a tough place.
These cleaning instructions assume the hardwood dance flooring had a factory finish or a finish added after installation. Unfinished wood dance floors are susceptible to water damage. Periodic screening or sanding and refinishing hardwood dance floors will probably be necessary every 18 months to 2 years. Daily Wood Dance Floor Maintenance: Dry mop
A marley dance floor, which is a vinyl, roll-out flooring, is an effective material for home studios, schools and most dance settings. Offering both durability and versatility, a well-kept vinyl floor can last up to 15 years with the proper maintenance. When you want to maximize your flooring for safety, performance and longevity, you need
Maintenance 101 | 7 Do’s and Don’ts of Cleaning Problem Floors to Extend the Life of Your Floor. 1. DO: Dry mop your floor every day. DON’T: Use a treated mop. 2. DO: Wash your floor weekly with a detergent degreaser, ProClean. For slippery floors use ProClean NS DON’T: Rinse with water.