Which Floor Machine

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  1. Dec 27, 2016 #1

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    Hi all,

    Just retired from the Air Force and starting a flooring business. I really want to focus on screen and recoats for now and have a 900 sq ft job lined up. Which floor machine would you guys recommend for buff and recoats?

    I have my eye on the Clarke CFP Pro 20HD.

    Also, doing the screen and recoat job for $600. Is that a fair price?

    Any advice is much appreciated!
     
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    Clarke makes a good machine .

    Have you ever pulled finish before ?
     
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    I agree that Clarke makes good machines.

    Really depends on where you are and what the 900' looks like. It could be 15 little rooms or one big one.

    6 bills seems awful cheap to me but I'm sure that would be decent money if the conditions are perfect, they supply all the finish and you're doing business in a market with an extremely low cost of living.
     
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    I agree with Incognito .
     
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    Hi every body,
    I have run a restaurant recently. I'm so excited and I wanna clean the restaurant floor, I've heard something about scrubber dryer but don't know anything about it. What is your idea about floor scrubber? Please help me.
     
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    What kind of floor do you have ?
     
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    Since you are a recognized spam site from Iran, I somehow don't believe you.:D
     
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    if you would like to reduce time cleaning and increase the productivity, you should use a floor scrubber. the device is fast and easy to use.
     

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