I have a job as site supervisor at a local primary school and I have a
question as to how does a clean and buff chemical work.
Now before any one says that I should ask the county 'cleaner in a suit'
(the official expert), I would like the advice of the real experts first.
the chemical is described as a polythene ( I think) polymer. In what way
does it change from being applied wet, to being buffed up to a shine when
the reason I am asking, is that I have not been in this job very long and
one of the cleaners is having a problem with one of the floors she cleans.
ps I have no shifted t, before any one comments about the starting of a
sentence with a lower case t. the usual keyboard I use is going for a shower
soon, as I spilled some Bovril on it this afternoon, when my vibrating phone
went off while clipped to my belt, right over the most sensitive part of my
hip. Up went the cup and down came the Bovril, all over the keyboard :-(((