Welcome Super Sadie Suds! A concentrated disinfectant dance floor cleaner ideal for vinyl and polished timber floors offering a streak free finish. It has the punch to remove heavy grime and soil, and can be used to cut back floor finishes by leaving on the surface a several minutes prior and scrubbing with a red or blue pad.
Not all disinfectants and detergents are good companions. Super Sadie is the “solution” for any such problems.
The wrong cleaner can do long term damage to your expensive dance floor. Regular cleaning requires a neutral pH detergent.
Use at least once a week or fortnight, depending on traffic, to keep your floor clean and hygienic. Nearly 90% of all slippery floor issues are a result of residue build up from soap combined with the adherent dirt.
For heavy cleans please us Dirty Di
Super Sadie Disinfectant Dance Floor Cleaner Features:
Suitable for vinyl and sealed timber floors
- 1L and 5L bottles
- pH neutral, gentle and free-rinsing
- Non-greasy, sticky or slippery residue finish
- Fresh clean citrus fragrance
- Non-hazardous, biodegradable formula
- Effective soil-removal
- Floor scrubbing machine suitable
- Plasticizer-friendly; keep vinyl flexible
How To Use Super Sadie:
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
- SWEEP THE FLOOR please refer to STM Floor Care for tips
- Combine Sadie Suds in Wash Bucket with warm to almost hot water.
- Use Wash Mop in Wash Bucket and wring out excess liquid as you want to limit the water on any floor surface. Avoid flooding the floor as the moisture can get into the sub-floor and cause delaminating.
- Wash, using your mop in a figure 8 pattern with your dominant hand on the top and your other in the middle of the handle. This is in fact a great core exercise in the grand tradition of the Karate Kid’s “wax on wax off”.
- Rinse Wash Mop in Clean Bucket then repeat the wash cycle. Change the clean water regularly to avoid spreading dirt rather than cleaning! In all instances, your floor is not clean until your rinse water is!
- Final Rinse, using Rinse Bucket & Rinse Mop rinse until the water is relatively clear. Detergents create a dirt-attracting residue so the rinse process is very important. Cleaning the mop head under a tap before you start rinsing the floor is a good idea and shortens this process. You will be surprised how dirty your rinse water is, on a 10m x 8m floor you will likely have to change the water 3 times
Check out Super Sadie’s Sisters in our Youtube introduction