Monday, September 24, 2012

Multi-Surface Floor Machine Helps Solve University's Toughest Cleaning Challenge

EWU boasts more than 10,000 students and many cleaning challenges. When asked to describe his toughest cleaning challenge, the custodial manager at EWU, Ray Godin, says “By far, our toughest cleaning problem is maintaining all of our carpets and a wide variety of hard-surface floors.” With approximately two million square feet of hard and soft flooring to maintain on a daily basis, Godin was searching for an alternative to using separate pieces of equipment for cleaning each type of flooring. He recently found a one machine solution in the Advance Adphibian™ extractor/scrubber that cleans both soft and hard surface floors.

Read the full case study to learn how the Adphibian successfully cleans and maintains a wide range of floor surfaces at a vibrant and crowded university campus.

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