Floor Care, Protection and Maintenance: Best Practices that also Protect your Capital Investment

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Flooring industry experts share the secrets of exceptional floor care and maintenance, including the importance of proper floor cleaning, stripping and refinishing. You will also learn how to select furniture glides that protect your floors from unnecessary wear and damage while also keeping your floors cleaner and easier to maintain.

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Floor Care, Protection and Maintenance: Best Practices that also Protect your Capital Investment

  1. 1. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Floor Care - Protecting The Floors From Furniture Tuesday, June 14th 12PM Eastern To dial into the webcast audio from your phone: 1-800-672-0175This seminar is This series is made endorsed by possible by
  2. 2. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Structure of Today’s Seminar• We must mute phones to prevent excessive noise• We will monitor the chat• When you leave the webinar: • A survey appears for your feedback • Tell us what info you want • Download a certificate of attendance • A recording of today’s webcast and presentation will be available online tomorrow at www.k12masters.com/webcasts
  3. 3. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Today’s Speakers www.facebook.com/facilitymasters Roger Young, K12 Masters.com Gregory Lookabaugh, L&S Consulting, TX Mike Vidra, Shiffler, OH Jeff Guritza, Shiffler, OHYour Moderator Justin Turner, Applications Engineer – SchoolDude.com
  4. 4. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Today’s Agenda• Importance of Floor Care– Roger Young• Best Practices in Schools – Greg Lookabaugh• Manufacturer Perspective – Mike Vidra, Jeff Guritza• Questions• Software Demonstration – Justin Turner
  5. 5. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Endorsements State of New MexicoPublic School Facilities Authority
  6. 6. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:What’s New• www.facebook.com/facilitymasters• National Facility Masters ListServ• Twitter• www.k12masters.com - Blog
  7. 7. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Importance - • Protect Capital Investment • Clean, safe and well maintained • Billboards of the school district • Achievable
  8. 8. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Gregory Lookabaugh, L&S Consulting, TX
  9. 9. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Fundamentals of Floor Care Maintenance Cleaning Frequencies Types of Flooring Best practices
  10. 10. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Topics …• Maintaining floors that are • Reducing floor care clean, visually appealing chemical cost and safe • Training custodial staff on• Identifying and correcting effective cleaning floor care problems procedures• Establishing a preventive • Overcoming the unique maintenance process challenges of maintaining athletic area floors and bathroom floors
  11. 11. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Storage Storage Women Classroom Classroom New Covered Walk EXIT PARKING Custodial Office Courtyard Classroom Classroom Workroom Cafeteria Kitchen Laboratory Health Reception Office Classroom Men Office OUTSIDE ENTRY MATS INSIDE ENTRY MATS HARD SURFACE
  12. 12. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Hard Surface PRODUCTLocalize SoilMigrationMAT SYSTEM
  13. 13. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Impermeable Cushion Textile PRODUCTLocalize SoilMigrationMAT SYSTEM
  14. 14. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Impermeable Cushion Textile PRODUCTLocalize SoilMigrationMAT SYSTEM
  15. 15. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: PRODUCTLocalize SoilMigration Hard surface  Mats Capture 85%-90% of SoilMAT SYSTEM  10%-15% Migrates on to hard surface
  16. 16. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: PRODUCTLocalize SoilMigration  Mats Capture 85%-90% of SoilMAT SYSTEM  Fibers hold soil from migrating  Inlay Indicates Vacuum Frequency
  17. 17. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Hard Surface Maintenance Equipment 1) Low speed rotary buffer/scrubber Wet strip and machine scrub hard surface floors. 2) High speed rotary buffer/polisher Utilized to clean and polish existing hard floor finish. 3) Ultra high-speed burnisher Utilized to glaze and polish thermally reactive finishes. 4) Automatic scrubber Utilized to wet scrub/clean surface instead of mopping. 5) Mop buckets (4) Required to wet or spot mop during stripping and waxing. 6) Mop heads and handles Required to provide mopping/ general cleaning of hard surfaces 7) Dust mops Required to remove dust and surface contamination 8) Dustpan and brush Required to remove dust and debris once contained 9) Buffer pads 1. Hi-Pro Strip, 2. Strip, 3. Heavy Scrub, 4. Light Scrub, 5. Polish 10) Doodlebugs Required to reach into tight places, corners, and edges 11) Floor Sealer Required to seal porous tile for selective stripping 12) Floor Finish/ Wax Required to protect tile with variable gloss levels 13) Restorer/ Cleaner Recommended to clean and restore gloss levels
  18. 18. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Hard Surface Maintenance Equipment  13  11 12        
  19. 19. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Impermeable Cushion Textile Maintenance Equipment     
  20. 20. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Cycle of Maintenance • Daily Maintenance • Interim Maintenance • Restorative MaintenanceUtilize a maintenance management systemsuch as SchoolDude.com
  21. 21. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Restorative Maintenance Lay down stripper Low speed machine Wet Dry Vac Rinse twice Lay 7 or some number coats of finish
  22. 22. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Types of Floors• Resilient floors –VCT is the most common• Hard floors –Terrazzo and concrete are the most common• Wood floors –Hardwood or softwood
  23. 23. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Objectives - Floor Finish• Protect the Original Floor• Maintain a Safe Surface• Provide an Attractive Appearance• Aid in Cleaning the Surface• Allow the Floor to be Readily Stripped and Refinished
  24. 24. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Factors in Finish Selection (Which Finish to Use)• Type and condition of floor • Quality of staff• Local Climate • Price• Size of staff • Type of gloss desired• Working hours of staff • Amount of traffic• Adjoining area • Current maintenance program• Type of equipment used • Personal preference
  25. 25. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Points to Remember• The floor is the door• Be an expert on floor care• Budget for floor care
  26. 26. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Result • Standardize the custodial program for your school or school district • Standardization will: – Reduce labor cost – Provide better training – Simplify ordering – Produce the BEST results
  27. 27. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Mix & Match-Finish Selection Training Finish Procedures Price Safety Service
  28. 28. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:• Environmentally friendly products• Products that are safe to handle and apply• Floor performance safety• Excellent adhesion• Excellent gloss and clarity• Training and technical support• Cost savings ideas• Simplicity
  29. 29. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:1. If gym has bleachers, pull bleachers out to sweep and clean underbleachers and push back in when finished.2. Use putty knife to scrape off gum and grime that is stuck on the floor.3. Remove all tape. Remove adhesive residue.4. Dust-mop and sweep entire floor thoroughly.If necessary, pre-scrub traffic lanes.5. Must completely secure entire Gym. No one to enter gym during Prep,Coating, and Cure Days.
  30. 30. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Floor Prep Methods Dry Screen Method Wet Screen Method• Fast • Fast(er)• Easy Inspection • Inspect after floor dries• Large Amount of Dust • No dust• Significant clean-up • Minimal clean-upwet clean and wet abrade
  31. 31. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Benefits of Routine Maintenance • Reduces slip and fall possibilities and the potential for injuries • Reduces repair/ replacement cost • Extends longevity and performance of floor which reduces waste and unnecessary spending • Improves indoor air quality • Healthy Schools Campaign – Five Steps to a Healthy School Environment states research showing a “clear link betw een poor indoor air quality, sick students and teachers, and poor academ ic and occupational perform ance .”
  32. 32. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Maintenance Recommendations• Utilize an electronic work order system – System for reporting problems – Tracking system for work that is completed or waiting to be completed – Leverage technology• Implement a preventative maintenance program – Identify PM activities – Determine when they will occur – Automatically create a work order – Track the work completed• SchoolDude.com
  33. 33. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Glide, Cap and Caster Training 101 Mike Vidra, Shiffler Equipment, OH Jeff Guritza, Shiffler Equipment, OH
  34. 34. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Presentation Outline• Floor protection realities• Floor protection facts• Product types explained• Material matching matrix Old technology New technology• Proper ID / measurement• Installation and removal• New innovations
  35. 35. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Floor Protection Realities• No longer just VCT and carpet• Not all floors are created equal – New materials (rubber/laminate) – New textures and compounds• Constricted maintenance resources (budget & personnel)• More emphasis on “green” products and processes.
  36. 36. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: The New Way - Rubber Floors• Simple maintenance: – No topical coatings or wax treatments required. – Clean with a simple neutral pH detergent. – Dry buffing is optional but brings out natural luster in the product.• Extremely durable.• Custom logos are easily incorporated into design.
  37. 37. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Floor Damage is Pervasive
  38. 38. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Worn/Missing Glides Are Prevalent
  39. 39. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Improper and Unsafe Solutions Are Prominent
  40. 40. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Protect Your Indoor Air Quality
  41. 41. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Floor Protection Maintenance Facts• Properly selected and installed glides, caps or casters save money by reducing the wear (and associated maintenance) on all floor surfaces.• Optimized glides, caps and casters save money by extending the life of furniture.• Quality products improve the learning environment (quieter, safer, sturdier.)
  42. 42. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Traditional Product Types• OEM glides (ferrule or non-ferrule) – Steel, rubber, nylon, felt – Sizes: 5/8”, ¾”, 7/8”, 1”, 11/8”, 1¼”• Caps (cover/encapsulate existing glide) – Steel, rubber, nylon, felt – One size fits most• Casters (single or twin wheel) – Plastic, rubber, nylon – Infinite sizes available
  43. 43. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Other Products• Sled-base glides• Slip-over floor protection• Leveler glides• Round and square tube adapters• Chair and table tips• Tube finishing inserts• Folding chair leg solutions• Nail glides• Sockets (nylon and steel)• Replacement wheels, axles, caster covers
  44. 44. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Buyer Beware• Not all glides are created equal: – Some products are manufactured using harmful compounds. – Some products can be removed easily by students and used as a projectile. – Many lower-cost products are of inferior quality, fail prematurely, and end up costing more in the long run.• Buying from established, reputable sources helps ensure quality.• For goodness sake, leave the tennis balls on the court!
  45. 45. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Floor-Glide Material Matching Matrix Glide Contact Material Floor Type: Steel Nylon Felt Rubber Floor-Saver™ Rubber Carpet X X Hardwood X X Bamboo X X Rubber Rubber X X Concrete X X Tile X X X X Bamboo VCT X X X X Laminate X X ConcreteCarpet VCT Ceramic
  46. 46. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Measuring / ID1. Identify your furniture leg diameter using calipers or the Shiffler glide guide.2. Note whether furniture legs are square, round or tapered.3. Note the flooring material the furniture is (or will be) used.4. Select the optimum glide base material using the Shiffler floor-glide contact Floor Type: Glide Contact Material Steel Nylon Felt Rubber Floor-Saver™ material matching matrix. Carpet X X Hardwood X X5. Order the properly sized glides (with Bamboo X X ferrule for over the tube installation or Rubber X X without ferrule for inside the tube) Concrete using the O/D leg measurement. Tile X X X X VCT X X X X Laminate X X
  47. 47. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Glide Installation and Removal Rawhide mallet Removal toolStrike to Strike to remove install glide. glide.
  48. 48. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: New Product Innovations • New innovations fuse state-of-the-art design with unique, durable, “green” compounds. • Next-generation products are easy to install, cost- effective, and aesthetically pleasing.
  49. 49. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Next Generation of Glide Technology Schools using glides with replaceable button bottoms never have to buy glides again. They simply replace the worn buttons at a fraction of the cost. • Lifetime body warranty • ALL sizes • ALL floors • ALL material types • Button bottoms are durable and stay in place, yet replace in seconds
  50. 50. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: On-Line Glide Selector 3 2 . .1. 4 4a . . 6 . 5 .
  51. 51. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Our Goal is to Ensure Schools Are:
  52. 52. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Does your maintenance program make the grade?Budgetspend © Shiffler Equipment Sales 2011 All rights reserved.
  53. 53. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: What are your students learning on?•Floor protection is a vital part ofyour school’s maintenance program.•Installing the right product, at theright time, on the right floordramatically improves the learningenvironment.•A closely-managed floor protectionprogram saves time and money byextending the useful life of both floorfinishes and classroom furniture.
  54. 54. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Questions?
  55. 55. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Floor Care: SchoolDude can help you achieve your goals Justin Turner, Applications Engineer SchoolDude.com
  56. 56. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: On-Demand Solutions
  57. 57. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: MaintenanceDirect-Helps to make sure your floors are safe, well maintained and clean. -Allows users to report any issues and track progress-Reports on costs, recurring issues, etc
  58. 58. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Submit aworkorder
  59. 59. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Automatic updates for requesterAnd organization for your organization
  60. 60. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: PMDirect -Track regular inspection activity-Perform routine maintenance duties
  61. 61. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Automatic updates for requesterAnd organization for your organization
  62. 62. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Tasks &proceduressheet forPM
  63. 63. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Easy reporting and analysis-PDF-Excel-Graphs
  64. 64. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: InventoryDirect -Track supplies (such as cleaning chemicals or parts for repair)-Generate reports to see where resources are going -Maintain information on suppliers
  65. 65. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Inventory control to track levels
  66. 66. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Easy Inventory Entry
  67. 67. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Catalog Inventory for easy analysisDo you know where your inventory is located?
  68. 68. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: InventoryDirect Reporting
  69. 69. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:We Want Your Feedback!• When you close this seminar, be sure to take the survey and provide comments on: – This seminar – What you’d like for future seminars• Also, you may enter comments in the chat box• Don’t forget you may also download and print your own attendance certificate
  70. 70. Download this presentation, resources, and more at: www.k12masters.com/webcasts www.schooldude.com/maintenance www.myschooldude.comContact Resources Roger Young – K12Masters.com www.facebook.com/facilitymasters roger@k12masters.com Greg Lookabaugh, L&S Associates, TX glookabaugh@comcast.net Mike Vidra, Shiffler, OH m.vidra@shifflerequip.com Jeff Guritza, Shiffler, OH j.guritza@shifflerequip.com To learn more: salesrequest@schooldude.com Current clients: support@schooldude.com

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