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    Posted: 28/March/2012 at 8:48pm
Hello,
I am in the process of stating up in the Grout and tile cleaning Business.
The equipment we are considering is the E2100 and HS Spinner.

Does anyone know of training available for proper cleaning, and possible issues to look for?

Appreciate any input.

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Come into Kleen Kuip in Toronto and see all we have to offer and get a demo with tile & grout + our new no-slip process for tiles.

With no pressure we will train you, offer videos and be your consultant for years to come. Thumbs Up

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Thanks, I will drop in.

Do you have any idea of insurance costs?
I am currently waiting on quotes,  looking for some guide line.

Thanks.
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My insurance is about $1000 per year for 2 mill coverage
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I always prefer to use Hydra Lift for cleaning of my patio and brick & concrete surface.
It remove all stains with less efforts.
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Tips to keep your tiles and grouts clean and fresh
* Try to keep your tiles as dry as much you can.
* Place mats in the high-traffic areas.
* Get regular professional cleaning services
* Always rinse with the clean water
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There are different methods to clean the dirt on the tiles. But if the flooring is too old and the dirt stuck on it, then the best option is changing it.


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