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Old 01-29-2003, 09:30 AM   #1
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floor grout blues - floor scrubber?

Recently I purchased a large rectangular white floor sanding pad from Lowe's. The pad is used for putting a high gloss finish on wood floors. I cut it into small pieces to remove grout haze and it did an excellent job. I also cut a round piece and fixed it to a auto polisher I got at Home Depot for $20. I used it to remove haze on a counter top. I have thought about using the pad on a small Hoover carpet cleaner to clean haze on floor tile. I was wondering if anyone else has used these or similar methods? This might be a solution for haze on floor tiles. - Hal
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Hi Hal, necessity is the other of invention. Who knows, you may have found something.
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Actually, the method has been around for quite sometime. On particularly nast quarry and or porcelain jobs. Throw a little silica sand out on the floor before buffing. Cuts the haze that much faster
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We have been using one for sometime. Wefound it in a dumpster. the brushes were worn flat, but it worked and it does a great job.

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Hi Hal, Welcome.
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Old 01-30-2003, 04:43 AM   #6
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I like the car polisher with the white scotchbright... at least when my daughter's in town, haha Why do anything standing up when you can do it on your daughters knees???

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