Baunee states that the JanSan staples of the past are still pertinent; though the materials used to manufacture them and the procedures employed to make their use effective may have changed, the rudimentary basics of restroom care remain.
He notes that a facility can be cleaned with the best available chemicals, but if they are not safely dispensed with the proper dilution ratios, they are effectively useless.
Baunee adds that touch-free is not only a good way to increase productivity, but also to curb the spread of germs. Touch-free means there are fewer surfaces for a restroom patron to touch and cross contaminate.
According to Baunee, the future of restroom care will not see a reinvention of the mop, so to speak. What will be seen are improvements that increase the efficacy of the mop, making a cleaner''s job easier and less taxing on building occupants and the environment.
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