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BUCKEYE INTERNATIONAL REFLECTS ON THE LATEST FLOORCARE REGIMES, SO THAT WE CAN ACHIEVE SPARKLING RESULTS.


Customers who want a shiny floor need to be advised that this is an ongoing programme all year round.


The science starts with the initial site visit to establish what type of floor the client may have; this could be a mixture of vinyl, linoleum, terrazzo, safety flooring, stone etc. Once this is identified, then you need to ask: “How do you want the floor to look?”


The most common answers include: shiny, clean, like-new, modern, welcoming, as well as the need or the floor to stay safe, protected and slip-free.


All of these specifications are achievable when the right products and the right procedures are adhered to.


We at Buckeye have various floor strippers, floor sealers and floor polishes to accompany the


When it comes to floorcare, there are so many options available; it can be difficult to make a decision at all, let alone the right one. What many people don’t realise is that floorcare is an art, a science; one product won’t work for every type of floor and every type of problem. There many different types of floors out there and to find the right product for the desired result can be a time-consuming task.


Buckeye International is an innovative leader in the cleaning and maintenance products industry, supplying the latest products from chemicals and disinfectants to, quite clearly, floorcare.


Operating through selected distributors we impart our knowledge and expertise during specialised training sessions, ensuring the best end results for the end user.


COVER STORY 8 | TOMORROW’S CLEANING | The future of our cleaning industry


current, wide-spread cleaning equipment without further capital outlay, or increase in labour time or cost. Buckeye pride themselves on the high quality of floorcare products at competitive pricing.


In most instances we will offer to carry out a test area, this involves the removal of the current protection to the floor, followed by the rebuild of the floor with seven


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