Fulfilling your commitments to quality and cleanliness

> Hygiene central issue in responsibility for quality building cleaning

> Germ build-up by textiles repeatedly used in different ways

> Changing cleaning cloths too infrequently leads to poor cleaning results

> Colour-coding helps distinguish between different applications

Various factors play a central role in ensure high-quality building cleaning. On the one hand, cost, time, and efficiency. On the other, of course, cleanliness and hygiene. However, what may at first glance appear to be a perfect cleaning result is not always hygienically impeccable. Why? Not swapping out cloths regularly enough. In order to meet your responsibility for an impeccably hygienic, high-quality cleaning job, consider the following when purchasing cleaning equipment.  

Different applications require individual cleaning systems, which must also be used correctly in order to comply with hygiene standards. Particularly important is using a cleaning cloth in only one application area. If you don't change them out, you could carry germs from one area to another, which can make your clients sick and damage your reputation if discovered. If you think you're saving a few cents by not switching out cleaning materials when you're supposed to, you're just helping the surfaces you clean get contaminated. And even the visible cleaning result will increasingly look worse.

A practical way to avoid this: colour-coded cleaning equipment.

Colour-coding systems to define different cleaning areas

Microfiber cloths for maintenance cleaning, Velcro and microfibre mops for floor cleaning, and colour-coding rings: these and many other helps are often available in different colours or with colourful markings for differentiation.

UNGER offers a variety of these product solutions. The SmartColour MicroWipe microfibre cloths in red, yellow, green, and blue make colour-coding by application particularly easy. Colour coding is also available for the erGO! clean floor cleaning system with removable tank. If you use different cleaning agents for different surfaces, the individual tanks can be marked with the practical colour coding rings. The same can be used with the erGO! clean Velcro mop  or microfiber mop. They have practical marking loops in four colours. Snip three off to select a colour.

Benefit now from the advantages of UNGER cleaning tools and ensure that you continue to deliver high-quality, hygienic cleanings and that bacteria won't stand a chance.

 

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