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Important Terms Relating to Floor Machines
There are a many floor machines available, and they can do everything from periodic floor finishing to regular sweeping and polishing. The following are some important terms relating to floor machines.

Buffers: Floor buffers are low powered floor cleaners. They have a round, flat scrubbing pad or brush that spins around to clean the floor. Some of these floor machines are also able to spray a cleaning solution onto the floor.

Burnishers: Floor burnishers are high powered floor cleaners. These machines work like floor buffers, but the added weight and power of a burnisher will work better on stubborn spots. Burnishers also make a floor appear polished.

Carpet Extractors: Carpet extractors are specialty carpet cleaners. These machines can use hot or cold water to permeate the carpet’s surface so that dirt and stains can be broken down and removed. Carpet extractors should be paired with a carpet dryer.

Scrubbers: Floor scrubbers are made for textured floors. The brushes on scrubbers will reach down into the pattern of a floor to remove dirt and moisture. These machines have different heads to accommodate different floor sizes and designs.

Sweepers: Sweepers are designed for outdoor or industrial areas. These powerful machines are ideal for larger debris like papers and wood shavings.

Swing Machine: A swing machine, or compact floor machine, is a low powered floor cleaner that both cleans and polishes a surface. This janitorial equipment is great for tile, smooth concrete, and wood floors. The lower power and smaller size of these machines make them great for heavily trafficked or cramped spaces.

Scarifiers: These powerful machines are made to remove difficult substances like grease and oil.

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Floor machines, such as polishers and burnish machines, can be needed for your janitorial, personal, commercial, or industrial needs. Equipment to take care of your floors, such as buffers, scrubbers, sanders, and sweepers can be found in new and used machine models to give customers a selection of prices to choose from. Buying in bulk can result in the customer getting a discount when buying from a floor machine company. Janitorial products, such as vacuums, carpet brushes attached to treating machines and the tools to clean carpets, rugs, and hardwood flooring are available from different companies in a wide variety of price ranges. You can search on the internet or look in a phone book to find a local floor machine company that caters to personal, commercial, or industrial customers in the area. You can call in advance to get an idea of the supply of tools and equipment in their inventory they have that you're looking for. If you need to find replacement parts for an old machine you already have, you can call the store in advance and see if they are able to help. If not, they may recommend a different store that you may have better luck with. Remember that even though a product is a cheap price, it may work just as well as the more expensive models available to purchase today. Ask co-workers, friends, and family if they know of a good brand to buy from that has a good reputation for working well and lasting for many years. Look online for reviews on individual products to get an idea on what previous and current customers have thought about a product to help make your decision.