A hospital that I worked for had their cleaning
group use a steam cleaner to remove the paraffin
from the carpets. We had two sets one to put
down while the other was sent to be cleaned.
--- CHRISTIE GOWAN wrote:
> I would check with a carpet cleaning company
> that specializes in commercial
> and industrial jobs. Perhaps they have a
> solvent based cleaner that removes
> the buildup of tracked paraffin. In the
> meantime I would have the hospital
> put down carpet mats that can be switched out
> and cleaned periodically. My 2
> Christie Gowan
> >From: email@example.com
> >To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> >Subject: [Histonet] wax on the rug
> >Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2007 08:27:48 -0400
> >Hello 'Netters,
> >Anyone out there know how to get paraffin out
> of the rug?? You know, from
> >tracking it into and down the hallway on your
> >I do know that they have the sticky tape that
> you can put on the floor of
> >the lab before the carpet begins to take the
> wax off your shoes, but the
> >owner of the lab thinks it looks horrible and
> doesn't like it.
> >Thanks in advance....
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