Cleaning Restrooms At The Right Dilution
Restroom cleaning equipment often takes the guesswork out of cleaning. Following instructions outlined by equipment manufacturers, product labels or MSDS, workers will always clean with the correct dilution.
These machines feature a low-pressure spray that distributes a properly diluted amount of cleaning product to each surface. The surfaces are then rinsed and either squeegeed into floor drains or vacuumed up.
To ensure the equipment is properly diluting chemicals, users are advised to strictly follow manufacturer guidelines. Some equipment requires specific chemical usage and set-up to function properly.
In addition to proper chemical selection, users must make sure the fresh water reservoir is refilled before each use.
Once chemicals and water are in place, simply selecting disinfecting, general purpose cleaning, or foam cleaning on machine dials will make for quick and easy cleaning. Chemicals are automatically diluted prior to spraying.