Wall-to-Wall Multi-Surface Floor Cleaning Solutions

Solutions tailored for every surface

Ceramic floors

Compared to other types of flooring, ceramic and non-resilient tiles are both durable and resistant to staining. When cleaning these types of flooring, it’s best to focus on the grout which can be porous and stain easily. At Sani Marc, we recommend using a gentle grout cleaner and to avoid bleach and other harsh chemical cleaners that might damage the sealant. For the tiles, we recommend mopping the surface at least once a day/week (depending on the foot traffic) and to clean them using an automated tile floor scrubber every three months.


Over time, collected dirt and debris on carpeted flooring can wear down the fibres. Depending on your foot traffic, Sani Marc recommends vacuuming 2 to 7 days a week to keep your commercial carpet clean. As for spot cleaning, never use a scrub brush but rather a clean, rag to blot the stain. Use a deep carpet cleaner with an extractor or encapsulator once per quarter or at least once per month if you see a significant amount of foot traffic.


Sweep hardwood floors regularly with a broom or a dry mop. For wet mopping, use a microfibre mop with a pH balanced cleaning solution recommended for use on hardwood. Avoid yarn and sponge mops, as they use more water, which can cause your hardwood floors to warp.

Linoleum flooring

When following the correct floor care procedures as outlined by our professionals, it’s easy to maintain linoleum. To avoid issues and extend your linoleum’s life expectancy, these procedures must be applied as early as the day the flooring is installed. For daily cleaning, we recommend using linoleum safe products, such as any Wood Wyant neutral cleaner.

Rubber flooring

Rubber flooring is commonly found in green-certified buildings, sports areas, schools, hospitals and daycares. For daily cleaning products, we recommend using Wood Wyant neutral cleaners.

Rubber contains oils which may be damaged from the effects of the use of high pH chemicals with solvents such as degreasers and strippers. These oils reduce the ability of water-based finishes to bond to their surface. The life expectancy of rubber can be maximized with proper use of matting to protect the flooring surface from the effects of traffic and soil.

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