Noble Chemical's Step & Shine is a totally synthetic floor cleaner that naturally enhances the beauty of your floors in one simple step! Although it has a slightly acidic pH, it will not damage the gloss or film of any finish, and effectively neutralizes harsh cleaner residue left behind from previous use.
Step & Shine is low foaming, so it's great for use in automatic scrubbers. It dissolves all ice melt and hard water films, and will never leave a soapy haze.
Step & Shine is suitable for use on vinyl tile, vinyl, asbestos, linoleum, rubber tile, concrete, flagstone brick, terrazzo, and sealed wood.
Directions for Use:
Dilute according to conditions of floor as listed below. Dip mop into solution and wring out thoroughly. Mop floor in usual fashion, re-soaking mop and wringing regularly. If solution in bucket becomes dirty, discard and make up fresh solution. Rinsing is not required after use.
General Floor Cleaning: Dilute 1-2 ounces of concentrate per gallon of warm water.
Heavy Duty Floor Cleaning: Dilute 2-4 ounces of concentrate per gallon of warm water.
Automatic Floor Scrubbers: Dilute 1-2 ounces of concentrate per gallon of warm water.
As Mopping Solution Additive: Add 2 to 3 ounces of concentrate per gallon of rinse water. Waxed or finished floors will be noticeably cleaner and produce more gloss. Will effectively remove ice melt residue.
After Stripping Conditioner: Dilute 16 ounces of concentrate per gallon of water and mop on floor. Pick-up with a wet/dry vac or mop. Allow floor to dry and commence to apply finish.
Features a one-step, rinse-free formula
Low foaming for use in rotary floor machines & auto scrubbers
Includes easy-to-follow instructions
Cleans and shines floors to keep them looking their best
Great for restaurants, bars, hotels, schools, and office buildings
To use this cleaner, simply dilute it with warm water in a mop bucket. Then, dip your mop into the solution and wring out the mop head thoroughly. Mop your floor and re-soak in the cleaning solution as needed. Also, since this cleaner is low foaming, it can be used in automatic scrubbers.
Noble Chemical Step & Shine floor cleaner has a synthetic formula that naturally enhances the beauty of your floors. Although it has a slightly acidic pH, it will not damage the gloss or film of any finish, and it effectively neutralizes harsh cleaner reside left behind from previous use.
This floor cleaner’s rinse-free formula only requires one step to clean and shine your vinyl tile, vinyl asbestos, linoleum, rubber tile, concrete, flagstone brick, terrazzo, or sealed wood floors. Since no rinsing step is required, you’ll save time and money.
Noble Chemical brand supplies are a smart addition to any restaurant, hotel, or healthcare facility, and this handy cleaner will keep your floors looking good as new. Our selection of Noble Chemical products includes a variety of institutional and industrial supplies, like cleaning chemicals, insect control solutions, disinfectants, and other products, all of which are available at competitive prices. Plus, these chemicals come packaged in simple jugs and containers that are versatile enough for nearly any job in a business.
Looking for a versatile floor cleaner that’s tough enough for your dirtiest floors, but gentle enough to be used daily? Try Noble Chemical’s Step & Shine floor cleaner! The no-rinse formula lessens water waste and saves time.
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I really like this floor cleaner. It has an awesome smell and leaves your floor very clean! Great product at a great price! I would recommend!
We have used this product in our commercial kitchen for over a year. It's much more cost effective than the competition, but works just as well!
It cleans my floors and is very light on odour. All and all I'm very happy, I just wish I had discovered there is a concentrate sooner!
Yes, neutral cleaners (Cleaning chemicals with a pH level close to water) are safe for use on marble and granite. Cleaning chemicals with a pH level either higher (basic) or lower (acidic) than water are not recommended for cleaning marble or granite surfaces.