As a business owner, long-term maintenance of your floors may not be something you think about often…or at all. However, your flooring can have a major impact on your customers’ experience at your business. Whether you have hardwood, tile, or Vinyl Composite Tile (VCT), floors impact the impression your customers have of your business as well as how you need to clean those floors. If your business has Vinyl Composite Tile floors, you may hear some people suggest that you strip your VCT floor. But many business owners don’t know what that truly means or whether it’s the right cleaning strategy for their VCT floor. Here are some scenarios where you need to consider stripping your VCT floor.
When to Strip VCT Flooring
There are two main scenarios when you will need to strip your VCT flooring.
- Removing the Factory Seal When you first install VCT flooring, you’ll need to strip it. This primes the flooring for the application of a high-grade wax sealant that will protect the floor from normal wear and tear.
- Removing Built-Up Grime Any floor is bound to have grime and debris build up after days and weeks of regular use. Periodically stripping your VCT floor and reapplying wax sealant will help your floors look better and extend their overall life. For this process, a highly concentrated chemical is used to break down surface level stains, seals, and old wax from previous applications.
Stripping Improves Your VCT Flooring
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Over time, VCT flooring that is not maintained will begin to chip and eventually lift away from the sub-flooring. This creates a much more expensive problem than regularly stripping and cleaning your floors. If you’re interested in learning more about stripping VCT flooring, call us today. We can help you assess where you’re at and take a labor intensive task of your hands.
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