Stairwell cleaning: first impressions count

> A "business card" for your clients

> Step-by-step to impeccable stairwells

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The stairwell is the business card of every building, because first impressions are what get remembered. That's why you should take extra care when cleaning stairwells. What really counts?

Cleaning stairwells involves more than just sweeping and wiping. In order to save power and time and to achieve a flawless result, you should proceed according to a plan.

Preparation will save time and aggravation

Before you begin the actual cleaning, you should remove all obstacles. These include, for example, potted plants, dirt-trapping mats, and doormats. Shake out the mats before you move them to the side. That way you won't spread the dirt again after the work is done. Especially important in this context: obtain the general permission of the landlord or client to clear items before you get started. Once the prep work is done, it's time to get started on the task at hand.

Safe and efficient cleaning of stairs

Water buckets are still used in many places to clean stairwells. Cleaners will often have to lug at least 15 litre buckets from floor to floor so that they can clean the entire stairwell. A simpler and more efficient solution: the erGO! clean floor cleaning system from UNGER.

  • It is immediately ready for use without long preparation so that you can start cleaning at any time.
  • Thanks to the innovative tank system, angled or narrow stairs can be cleaned quickly, effectively, and efficiently without any problems.
  • And there's no more bucket to trip over!
  • Floor surfaces are no longer as wet and the risk of injury is reduced. This is made possible by the innovative pulse jet unit, which only releases as much cleaning fluid as is needed with just the push of a button.
  • Once the cleaning agent runs out, it's easy to refill the tank or swap it out in just seconds.

The solution for larger stairwells

The ideal product solution for larger stairwells: the erGO! clean Backpack. This allows you to carry up to five litres of cleaning liquid with you comfortably on your back: no more carrying heavy water buckets!

One thing you shouldn't forget, though: make sure to put up signs warning people of "Wet Floors". That way everyone know what is going on and can prepare themselves to pass the area with more caution.

In addition to the efficient cleaning solution for stairs and floors, UNGER also has a practical solution for cleaning glass interiors: the UNGER Stingray indoor window cleaning system. This system makes annoying drips a thing of the past. To find out more, check out.

What experience have you had with cleaning stairwells? Do you know any helpful tips and tricks? Share your experiences by posting a comment here or on Facebook.

 

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