Gum Removal Machines For Cleaning Concrete And Granite

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Contractors working in large commercial, retail, and public areas face two problems, particularly in relation to gum removal:
1- Removing gum from a large wall or floor areas
2- Removing hardened, stubborn gum residues
In order to achieve maximum gum removal in minimum time, contractors need gum removing machines that are powerful and feature many productivity-enhancing tools. These include:
1- Wet and dry vacuum extraction to minimize time spent on towel-drying surfaces. The dry vacuum feature also saves time by simultaneously extracting while gum is dissolved to speed-up cleanup.
2- HEPA filter equipped machines to trap allergens and dirt and prevent these particles from re-circulating into the air.
3- High temperatures that dissolve gum, including old, hardened gum, almost instantaneously.
4- Rugged stainless steel gum removing brushes for scrubbing off gum from concrete and granite surfaces. Many suppliers offer softer brass brushes, which cannot effectively remove gum from hard surfaces such as granite. Dealers should offer brushes made of stainless steel for tackling tough wads of gum. Brass and nylon brushes are useful for other steam cleaning applications such as cleaning enamel, ceramic, and metal. The more variety of detailing brushes, the greater the versatility of the gum removal machine, which may be used for cleaning surfaces as diverse as walkways, porches, walls, benches, seats, ceramic fittings, and more, in addition to removing gum.
5- Boiler maintenance takes up a lot of time if you purchase a low-grade machine. It is recommended that you purchase machines with self cleaning boilers. The boiler should be strong, durable and have a detachable heating element. Reputable suppliers offer a lifetime warranty on the boiler should it ever need to be replaced.
6- Commercial users need to run the machine for the entire workday. Most ordinary steam cleaners can run for around 20 minutes at a time before requiring users to shut down to refill. To facilitate continuous use, look for commercial gum removing machines that can be operated nonstop and have boilers/water chambers that can be refilled while the machine is in use.
Another important factor to consider when buying gum removal equipment for a chewing gum business is cost. Many dealers offer discounts and easy payment options for regular customers. Also factor in the cost of the machine through its life. Detailing brushes may need to be replaced often, depending on frequency of use. This frequent replacement can cost quite a lot, unless you have a supplier who offers detailing tools including brushes, microfiber towels, and stainless steel wool pads at affordable prices.
Germ Elimination
A chewing gum remover is a versatile tool for cleaning a range of surfaces. In hospitals, hotels, and other commercial areas, the machine may be used for disinfecting various surfaces when it is equipped with an anti-bacterial technology. This is particularly beneficial for professionals who focus on other cleaning services, in addition to gum removal. In fact, more than 99 percent of germs can be eliminated with top steam gum cleaning machines paired with antibacterial technologies.
Pollen, dander, hair, and bed bugs pose a health and hygiene challenge in commercial areas. A chewing gum removal machine that has a HEPA filter can also be used to remove these pests and allergens from mattresses, carpet corners, upholstery, floors, headboards and other surfaces.
A reliable machine for a chewing gum removal business can effectively remove 1000s of pieces of chewing gum per day. Use only quality machines with advanced features from reputable suppliers to get the most out of gum removal and other cleaning tasks.
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Lauren Zwiebel has 1 articles online


Daimer Industries is a leading supplier of best equipment for chewing gum removal business. Daimer provides a complete range of gum removal equipment including steam cleaner, steam vac cleaner for gum removal business and many more.

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This article was published on 2011/04/21