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Restroom Care

In The Restroom, Germs Will Roost

April 25, 2011
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Restrooms are often cited as the most difficult areas in a facility to clean — and keep clean.

They are also the areas with the most potential to harbor germs and bacteria that could adversely affect the well-being of building occupants.

As such, it is vital that custodial professionals are armed with the most innovative products and equipment to make their restroom cleaning efforts as efficacious as possible.

Many hold tightly to the notion that the appearance of restrooms reflects on the overall cleanliness of a facility.

Given this thought, which has been supported in numerous surveys of both JanSan professionals and consumers, it becomes increasingly important that proper cleaning frequencies be established and adhered to in order to maintain tidy restrooms.

Cleaning for appearance is well and good, but the health and hygiene component is something that must be addressed when cleaning restrooms.

It has been said that, if you clean for health and hygiene, appearance will follow.

By using the newest products that marry mild chemical formulations with exceptional results and intuitive tools and equipment that make the tasks at hand easier to perform, custodial professionals have what they need to get the job done.

And, with continued education through seminars and training programs, these stewards of sanitation can better understand the importance of proper, hygienic restroom cleaning.

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