Getting concrete to a polished shine involves scrubbing the surface with soapy water and buffing it dry using a clean, cotton cloth. Polish your concrete floors with a demonstration from the CEO of a cleaning service in this free video on housekeeping.
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Hi, my name is Mark Newman-Kuzel. I'm president and CEO of Maid in the U.S.A, and today I'm going to show you how to clean and polish a concrete floor. The materials you're going to need are a sweep broom, or a hand broom and dustpan, some Clorox Greenworks, or another soft detergent, a rag to dry, a sponge with scruffy reverse that I have soaking in my bucket of warm soapy water. First thing you're going to want to do here is just do a quick; I want to just give you an example here of this one square. I highly recommend getting a sweep broom, so you're not on your hands and knees doing the entire lot with a hand broom. Get all the dog hair here. So, now we have a clean surface, partially clean. Going to take my two devices, first is a soapy washcloth, and go around the perimeter, like that. Make sure you have a firm grip so you don't find yourself sliding on the floor, screwing up your workouts for the summer. Got a sponge and a scruffy, and put a little elbow grease in there, get any lodged stains from that cocktail party. Spray some of your mixture on as well, just to really do some kicking butt on getting that stain. Okay. One more little rinse here, get that soapy water so it doesn't dry and give you soap stains. Then, to give it a nice polished look, you're going to take your soft cotton washcloth or rag, and voila, you have a clean and polished concrete floor. I'm Mark Newman-Kuzel with Maid in the U.S.A.