When it comes to purchasing the correct floor scrubber, questions arise.
What size cleaning path should it have? Is battery or electric power better? Will a walk-behind or ride-on scrubber be the right choice? Should it have disc or cylindrical scrub? Are pad drivers or brushes best? What type of brushes are needed? What kind of detergent should be used? Should it have traction drive or brush assist? While some may know exactly what is needed for them, others may be a bit confused or not even be aware of the available options. Don't waste money on the incorrect machine. Call or e-mail Jason at CleanTech and he can help you make an informed decision. Call today, 501-844-1811; or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
#3 My machine will only run for a few minutes and then the batteries are dead.
Over the years I've heard countless times. Here's what to look for first. Sometimes it's not a battery problem it's an operator problem. Make sure it is actually being plugged in to charge after it is used. After plugging the charger in make sure it is actually coming on and charging. Can you see the amp reading display showing how many amps it is charging? Most newer machines come with onboard chargers.