The recent addition of a logo to a school’s existing rubber flooring highlighted the floor’s dirtiness, even though it was less than 2 years old. When the logo was installed, attic stock flooring was used to complete the border. Custodial staff believed they had kept the textured rubber corridors clean, but when compared to the newly installed rubber product, the difference was obvious.
Steve Starcher and the Timco team were brought in to correct the immediate issue and offer a long-term maintenance plan for cleaner floors. Learn the chemistry and procedure behind both solutions in this case study.