Reference Guide for your Auto Scrubber Squeegee Blades
The type of squeegee blades you use on your floor matters and can impact the recovery effectiveness of your auto scrubber. We have compiled the below Squeegee Blade Reference Page to help make it easier to choose which ones are best for your environment and floor type. The page will also help you properly adjust your squeegee blades to maximize the water recovery, maintain your squeegee blades to prolong the life span and provide some tips to know when it is time to replace your squeegee blades. Please see all the blades we offer in our auto scrubber squeegee area.
Red in color, most tear resistant, longest lasting. The standard for most floor surfaces and environments
Better for environments with grease (kitchens, auto shops, etc.) Best for rubber floors and Anti-Slip floors.
Best for smooth, low traffic areas. Has the ultimate water recovery when used correctly.
Squeegee Application for Common Floor Types
|FLOOR TYPE SUGGESTED||SQUEEGEE MATERIAL|
|Vinyl Composite Tile||LINATEX® or Commodity Gum Rubber|
|Luxury Vinyl Tile||LINATEX®|
|Mondo Floor Surfaces||LINATEX®|
|Non-slip (surface embedded with material)||Polyurethane|
|Terrazzo||LINATEX® or Commodity Gum Rubber|
|Rough Concrete||LINATEX® or Polyurethane|
|Sealed Concrete||LINATEX® or Commodity Gum Rubber|
Ensure the right amount of downward pressure is applied when adjusting the squeegee.
Not Enough Pressure
Too Much Pressure
Right Amount of Pressure
Clean and inspect squeegees regularly
New squeegee with 4 edges.
Time to flip to a new edge on squeegee.
Time to rotate squeegee to other side or replace.