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Tackling Grease in Kitchen Grout Lines with the Windsor TAZ

Posted by Briana Smith on Sep 18, 2014 12:30:00 PM
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By: Briana Smith, Social Media & Product Branding Specialist & Mike Anderson, Equipment Specialist, WAXIE Sanitary Supply


Kitchens are notorious for collecting many types of food grease and oils deep in the grout lines. Unfortunately, if this isn’t cleaned up properly & regularly it becomes a health and safety problem as bacteria and grime can quickly multiply in those small crevices. Plus greasy floors can easily lead to slip & fall accidents.

Oftentimes, even after regular sweeping and mopping there is still some grease that gets caught in those grout lines, and after a while your previously tan grout looks black. Talk about frustrating!

Recently Mike, our Equipment Specialist in WAXIE Ontario, visited a customer who cleans their floors regularly, but who was having a tough time with those pesky grout lines.

After reviewing the customer's current cleaning procedures, Mike pulled out WAXIE’s Grout Rescue, which is specifically designed to remove ground-in grime, and Windsor’s TAZ with Orb Technology. You can see in the video below that it took no time at all to remove all the gunk from the floor and just how easy it was for the operator to use.

The nice thing about the TAZ is that it can be used on multiple surfaces and for a variety of cleaning tasks. It’s perfect for kitchens, restrooms (also notorious for grout grime & bacteria build-up), carpeting, natural stone floors, chemical-free finish stripping, etc. What’s nice is that whatever cleaner is being used can be loaded into one of the included 2 ½ gallon bottles with the TAZ & can be dispensed with the press of a button as often as the operator needs.

What is Orb Technology?

The TAZ features Orb Cleaning Technology, which means that it utilizes dual motion action – the pad driver spins (80-RPM) & orbits (1725-RPM) at the same time, so it allows the hundreds of miniature orbits to clean in multiple directions at 1700-RPM. It’s a mixture of agitation & cleaning power.



Windsor TAZ with Orb Technology Literature
Why do I need an Orbot?
Windsor TAZ demo on a rubberized gym floor (YouTube video)

Topics: hard floor care, machines & equipment, Food Service

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