The definition of cleaning:
The process of REMOVING dirt of something undesirable (Collins Dictionary).
Cleaning is the process of REMOVING unwanted substances, such as dirt, infectious agents, and other impurities, from an object or environment. (Wikipedia)
Cleaning should be carried out at regular intervals, usually daily, and will depend on the amount of traffic, and the amount of risk from that environment. At Rawlins, we have always been promoting the need for REMOVAL of dirt as opposed to simply moving the dirt around, which is the result of mopping and wiping. By adopting regular and measurable daily cleaning regimes, all that is necessary is the removal of today’s dirt, which is simple and quick by using the correct processes. It is then possible to elevate the standard of clean to the highest possible level and keep it there. Deep cleans then become a thing of the past.
For example; on hard surfaces dirt can be removed by:
- Adding water (and possibly chemical if required)
- Allow some dwell time (plus agitation where necessary)
- Removal using High Flow Fluid Extraction.
- This is the first step in our Remove, Improve, Protect process.
Use the links below to find out more about the process in different industries or applications.
Washrooms and toilets in public areas are high-risk areas, even referred to as bio-waste transfer stations due to the number of pathogens present and how easily they can be transferred from fittings to humans and from humans to humans.
Traditional cleaning has the operative touching toilets and often mopping floors, which moves dirt around rather than removing it. Our No-Touch Cleaning (NTC) method is more hygienic, faster, scientifically proven and more cost-effective than traditional methods
By cleaning hard floors daily we are only removing today's dirt. Scrubber driers are often over-engineered, cumbersome and can erode delicate floor finishings. What is the alternative? Mopping? This is proven to do nothing more than spread dirt around. There are now crossover systems that are as effective as a scrubber drier without the initial and ongoing costs
Due to the complexity of a kitchen layout, with often many work areas, as well as ovens, shelving, the type of flooring and the necessity to remove oils and fats, the battery Univac allows for fast removal of soils even under kitchen equipment.
Some of the biggest problems in leisure, pool and spa areas are the build-up of body fats and soap residue. Our No-Touch Cleaning systems can rapidly provide clinically clean surfaces that help prevent accidents and infection.
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