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Most sports floors are typically high use areas. The daily build up of tracked in dirt and debris can damage the floor finish, as well as create a slippery surface that can pose a potential problem to those who use it.
DIRT, DUST, GRIT AND SAND:
Dirt, dust, grit and sand are your hardwood floor’s worst enemies. They pose a danger for people to slip and slide on. They act like sandpaper on the finish, causing scratches, dents and dulling. When walked, run, jumped or slid on, shoes act like a sander, virtually removing finish.
WATER AND OTHER SPILLS:
Standing water not only offers another situation for a slip and fall, but can also damage the finish and overtime warp a poorly finished hardwood floor.
Perspiration and other human secreted or excreted fluids can transmit disease and bacteria. Proper cleaning on a regular schedule or after heavy use helps prevent the spread of staph infections and other communicable diseases.
Pulling out the stands for seating seems simple enough, but the contact points can damage the surface. The same goes for platforms and speakers for rallies or other uses of the hardwood floor surface. Cleaning before putting down a protective mat and after removing is a good way to protect your investment.
Never clean your hardwood floor using scrubbing machinery or power scrubbers that use water. Vacuum or industrial sweepers with beater bars may pick up debris, but can leave behind dents. Always use brush attachments with soft brushes.
The best way to keep your floors in top-notch condition is with a daily maintenance schedule. COURTCLEAN® is the most effective way to pick up dirt and dust.