Regardless of facility type, dirty, foul restrooms are a major problem. Customers leave them, visitors fear them, students avoid them and employees hate them — for very good reasons. They’re not only offensive, but they’re unhealthy and unsafe too. Worse, restroom contaminants often make their way throughout the building.
Unfortunately, most public and commercial restroom cleaning is still centered around mops. And that’s the problem. Mops are perfect for painting floors with soils and contaminants, but they’re horribly ineffective at removing them. They’re also painfully slow.
A number of attempts have been made over the years to improve mopping for restroom cleaning, like double buckets, filtering mechanisms, and so on. But they don’t really solve the problem. Even microfiber, while it may enable some process improvements, makes a better spreader than remover.
The only way to truly address the problem is to physically remove the soil from the surface. Period. That’s why the science-based cleaning technology we use is designed from the start for rapid, complete soil removal. In fact, they’re scientifically proven to be 30-60 times more effective at reducing bacterial contamination than other methods.