When you turn on your machine, move it across the floor with its squeegee down.
- Double-check your solutions:
To begin, fill the solution tank with water and the cleaning solution of your choice before you begin. Use the manufacturer's recommended dilution ratio.
- The correct floor pad must be attached to the floor:
Your floor scrubber's tank should already be filled with cleaning solution, so connect the suitable floor pad to finish cleaning your hard floor.
It is possible to use an auto scrubber for a variety of cleaning tasks, including everyday cleaning, scrubbing, and finish removal.
Each operation will need its own special floor pad.
You may clean the hard floors at your facility using a selection of floor pads.
It's important to use the right floor pad for everyday cleaning so that your floors don't become stripped of their gloss. For daily cleaning, we suggest using a red floor pad.
- Link the squeegee blade to it
Then, you should also attach the squeegee blade to the auto scrubber so that it can clean the floor. As soon as you're done, connect the suction tube and squeegee blade. Then, screw the blade attachment onto the yoke, as shown.
In the beginning, make sure your floor squeegee's blade is aligned with your floor. The blade of your squeegee should have some deflection.
- Modify automatic floor scrubber controls
Finally, you should change your auto scrubbers parameters. Verify that the speed, water, and vacuum settings are adjusted appropriately for the cleaning task you are about to do.