Different types of cleaning and treatments are required for different types of floors. Methods are also very different.
There is a wide variety of floor cleaning equipment – manual and mechanized, is available nowadays. This includes different sizes of wipers, mops, sweepers, floor buffers and automatic floor scrubbers, etc.
Deep cleaners clean any type of hard floor surfaces in much less time than it would take using a traditional cleaning method.
Slipping due to wet floors during cleaning is often a common safety hazard.
Often Sawdust is used as a safe option on some floors to absorb any spilled liquids. The same is then cleaned and removed. This is a commonly used option in most of the places.
More than two-thirds of the dirt can be removed at the entrance itself. Doormats used at the entrance can dramatically reduce the need for floor cleaning.
Often in different public areas such as hotels, hospitals, schools, shopping malls, cinema halls, and office buildings can manage about 80 to 90% of the dirt as it is tracked in from outside. Placing a 5 feet wide or bigger size of a doormat can help to evade 70-80% dirt from entering these areas. Thus, helping to manage larger areas with lesser efforts.
Other key areas in-floor cleaning include hard surfaces, Tiles, and stone flooring, which is common in kitchens, stairs, and bathrooms. Its cleaning process can be divided into different steps:
- Removing dirt and dust first, manually with a broom or vacuum cleaner for mechanized options.
- Ensure to choose an appropriate and pH balanced floor cleaning liquid solution or spray bottle for the desired floor cleaning. If we are opting to clean hard surface stone floors such as tiles, marble, and granite, etc., ensure that the cleaning agent is meant for stones and hard surfaces. For stains removal, a higher concentration of the solution can be used.
- After wet cleaning with the desired solution of the tiles or hard floors in a small area with mops & scrubbers, use of a dry cloth to wipe and clean the floor helps for quick drying or vacuum and use of the cleaned floor.
- 4ml per liter use of floor cleaner is pet and infant safe with pH balanced formulation. Among many Ecogenics Floor, a cleaner is a suitable option for floor cleaning.