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A floor buffer is a must for maintaining hardwood floors, yet its versatility runs the gamut of floorings in residences and commercial spaces. Every reputable cleaning company should have the best floor buffer in its line of equipment. In fact, it should have at least two types of floor buffers – the high-speed floor buffer and the low-speed floor buffer, because the two have different functions for different floorings.

For homeowners, having a good floor buffer handy is instrumental when you need the job done right. Understanding floor buffers is essential before you decide to buy one. Most customers are convinced they need a floor buffer but are lost when it comes to choosing. While cost is a big consideration for many potential buyers, there are many important factors to consider in acquiring floor buffers, the biggest of which is the speed of the model. While low-speed floor buffers are best for homes and small spaces, high-speed floor buffers are best for commercial establishments and industrial buildings. Floor buffer speed is better equated with a need for glossier floors. A high-speed floor buffer runs on about 1,500 rpms (revolutions per minute) while a low-speed floor buffer spins at about 175 rpms. If your space needs a five-star shine then a high-speed floor buffer is for you. If you have a large space though but do not require the same buffing effort, you can opt for a low-speed floor buffer. Additionally, low-speed floor buffers are more flexible than high-speed when it comes to carpet care. Most low-speed floor buffers can be used to bonnet carpet in heavy traffic areas, and extremely soiled carpets although it should be used with utmost care. High-speed floor buffers are designed for hardwood floors and will damage carpets.

Likewise, carpets can cause damage to your high-speed floor buffer. Whether you decide to purchase a low-speed or a high-speed or both, you should always be sure the equipment is durable. Floor buffers are not cheap and if you use a good one, you will surely have a list of satisfied clients. For end users, your floor buffing experience will be smooth and comfortable. VacuumCleaners.net carries various floor buffer brands in different models. We have everything from Aggresor Bissell Biggreen Commercial Bosch Carpet Pro Century 400 Clarke Dirt Devil Dri-Eaz Dustless Technologies Ebac Industrial Edic Emmer Eureka Fast USA Fuller Brush General Hawk Enterprises Hoover IPC Eagle Kent Euroclean Koblenz Lindhaus Malish Mercury NSS Enterprises Olympus Onyx Oreck Pacific Panasonic Perfect Powr-Flite Pro-Team Pullman-Holt Rotovac Royal Rug Doctor Sandia Sanitaire Sapphire Scientific Sharp Shop Vac Simplicity Square Scrub Thoro-Matic Tornado Piranha Tundra Tyco US Products Viper Windsor – all distinguished names in the cleaning equipment business. Our huge selection of floor buffers range from the versatile low-speed to the hardworking high-speed floor buffers with various functions and designs. These also are available in different sizes and weights. Note that the weight of a floor buffer should also be considered aside from speed. Lighter machines are easy to move but create lighter pressure on floors, sometimes making it more difficult to buff floors. To match your needs, we have listed product specifications on every floor buffer we carry. If you need more information, our knowledgeable staff will be happy to assist you. Call us at 1-888-822-8861 or start shopping for floor buffers now.

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