The grit is a material used to produce nineteenth-century floors, very beautiful and elegant. It is obtained from a composition of cement and marble flakes, which are added at the end of the mixture and then rolled as part of Mezzanine Floor Solutions.
PVC is one of the most used coatings in the industrial, public and, in recent times, also private sectors. Its immediacy of installation, its ease of maintenance, its affordability and its delicate and refined aesthetics are all decisive factors, which mark the victory of PVC over other coating materials.
PVC can, in fact, be laid easily, without resorting to a specialized technician, so that the rooms become a white canvas, to be filled with motifs, decorations and colors at will; in addition, the extreme cost-effectiveness of PVC makes it possible to change the appearance of the rooms frequently.
Furthermore, the refined aesthetics has given one more reason to expand the reputation of PVC, ensuring combinations and uses that were unthinkable until now. Even the very simple and immediate maintenance and cleaning techniques allow the PVC to rank among the favorite materials, in tandem with the modern and extremely practical lifestyle.
Precisely for this reason, PVC is increasingly used for the coating of domestic flooring, especially in dining rooms and bedrooms. Knowing all the methods and techniques to keep your PVC floor clean will help extend its life and beauty.
Cleaning PVC floors is an immediate and very practical operation, however it is necessary to pay attention to a few simple steps, so as to guarantee perfect surface maintenance, starting with the tools needed for cleaning. Although everyday life has accustomed us to the use of generic tools for cleaning surfaces thanks to Mezzanine Floor Solutions.
It is useful to remember which are the ones most used for the cleaning of PVC, or the following: vacuum cleaner to remove dirt; a damp cloth to remove the detergent and the accumulation of dirt; woolen cloth; traditional, neutral and non-abrasive detergents, specific detergent for stubborn stains and liquid detergent to repair scratches and cracks.
Usually, it is sufficient to proceed with cleaning the PVC, using warm water and neutral soap, to be applied with a damp cloth. However, there are cases in which it is essential to observe the dirt and provide an alternative solution accordingly.
The most common and equally resistant stains present on PVC surfaces are the following: ink, tomato, blood, rust, tar, grease, paint, gasoline, alcohol, traces of rubber and grease. If the dirt is particularly stubborn, it is advisable to use specific detergents for each type of stain.