Germs and bacteria thrive and multiply quickly especially in dirty and unhygienic conditions. Although bacteria have a short life span, after death it gives off a foul odour, which could cause considerable embarrassment.
Bacterial growth in ablutions could cause increased staff absenteeism due to illness.
– Physical contact, touching and kissing
– Coughing and sneezing
– Body fluids
– Contact with infected surfaces / articlesIt is a manual abrasive cleaning process that ensures scale in toilet and urinal traps are removed, preventing eventual blockage and flooding from occurring. Such an on-going cleaning regime is ideal in new buildings where the slate is clean.All is not lost in old buildings! The situation can only be improved and kept from getting worse by implementing a frequent deep cleaning regime.
High traffic washrooms normally have problems with urine encrustation build-up, leading to lasting odour problems Toilet and urinal pipes build up deposits of uric acid scale, faecal matter as well as normal minerals and salts found in water (such as limescale). Cracked toilet bowls, urinals and tiles are a major source of cross infection and odour build-up
‘Support’ in odour control – in addition to, auto sanitisers and air fresheners, regular deep cleaning is important.