Mullican enters hardwood cleaning business

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mullicanJohnson City, Tenn.—Mullican Flooring has introduced hardwood floor cleaning products for the first time under its own label.
 Called the Mullican Flooring Hardwood Floor Care System, the products are packaged as a kit, consisting of a 32-ounce spray bottle of Mullican Flooring Hardwood Floor Cleaner and a three-part, ready-to-assemble mop.

Mullican also recently introduced its first adhesives for installing glue-down engineered hardwood floors. One of the adhesives carries the industry’s first lifetime moisture warranty for also protecting subflooring.

“We’re thrilled to be expanding into areas where we’ve never gone before,” said Brian Greenwell, Mullican’s vice president of sales and marketing. “We launched the cleaning products because we believe consumers are generally confused about how to care for wood floors, which are very often a major life investment.”

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