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The World With traditional cleaning the chemicals aren’t effective, as contact with the floor surface is too short, and so most of the chemicals are passed out with the dirty water. Documented tests show that the floors become even cleaner with the HTC Twister™ method without chemicals than with traditional methods. With HTC Twister™, you can reach dirt deep down in scratches and joints which are normally hard to reach, and the result is as good on plastic floors as on stone floors.


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The fact that a cleaning method which eliminates the use for chemicals entirely, can give a better result than conventional cleaning methods, is a revolutionary detection that echoes around the whole world. ISS for instance, one of the biggest cleaning companies in the world, has signed a three-year global agreement with HTC, and the HTC Twister™ is now introduced as the standard for ISS all over the world.


Longer Lifetimes The HTC Twister™ can be used on most common floor surfaces like terrazzo, natural stone, concrete, vinyl and epoxy. By using HTC Twister™


for daily maintenance, the floor will stay shiny and clean without any need for periodical maintenance. This, along with the fact that you can use the pads on existing equipment and that the pad lifetime is long, makes the method both cost efficient and time saving. The pads have different colours depending on the size of the diamonds too; for daily maintenance you use the green pad, nothing else is needed, however, you can upgrade an old, worn floor by using a coarser pad. The floor becomes like new, and the floor life increases dramatically.


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