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.
Why your dance floor is slippery and how to fix it. The biggest problem dancers have with floors is that they are too slippery. Slippery is unstable and dangerous, a formula for disaster. But did your floor start out slippery or did it get that way over time? Just one of many questions that need to
Many dream of a hardwood floating floor in their dance studio. That dream is tempered by costs related to materials and professional installation. There is also the concern that while most studios are working on a three to five year lease, traditional hardwood floors are permanent. There is an alternative. It is called Encore, a
Your floor gets installed and everything looks and feels great, but somewhere down the line, it could be a couple of weeks, months or years, seams separate, the floor develops waves or becomes slippery. What is going on? Was it the installation, defective material, or the people who clean the floor, which could be
There are three nasty floor problems that plague studio owners, taking up their time and money, with very little results to show for their effort. I am talking about scuff marks, dye marks and the dreaded tap residue from aluminum compound. Stay calm and read on because we will be discussing how to deal with