Vinyl Composition Tile (VCT) Floor Cleaning

VCT Floor Stripping and Waxing For Commercial Businesses in Tulare County

Vinyl Composition Tile

Vinyl Composition Tile (VCT) is a very common type of tile flooring used in many commercial and business spaces like stores, hospitals, schools, lobbies, restaurants, and more. While VCT is strong and designed to hold up over time, a lot of wear and tear can dirty the flooring and wear down the wax quickly. The wax coating protects the tile underneath, so if all of the wax wears off, the tile will suffer. This is why VCT cleaning is necessary to guarantee that your business flooring remains in proper condition!

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Vinyl Tile Stripping and Waxing

Acme Chem-Dry can help restore your Vinyl Composite Tile floors to their original luster. We’re proud to offer VCT stripping and waxing services in Tulare County. We will strip the old wax off of your floor, which will remove dirt, stains, and any scratches and nicks in the finish. Then, we will apply a new coat of finish to seal the clean floors. This finish is a protective level that not only will make your tile look great, but also protect the tile itself from future spills and stains!

Protect Your Investment! Have Acme Chem-Dry Take Care of Your VCT Floors So They Last!

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*Based on results of studies conducted by independent laboratories of Chem-Dry’s Hot Carbonating Extraction process. Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite allergen. All bacteria results include use of sanitizer. Figures are an average across multiple homes. Hard surface bacteria tests were based on independent lab testing associated with EPA registration #s 84683-3-74771 and 70385-6; sealed stone and VCT surfaces were evaluated and bacteria tested include salmonella, influenza and E. coli.