Approximately 60% of dirt found on floors and surfaces is loose dust & dirt. Dust arises everywhere, day in day out. Whether in a hospital or home: there’s no escape from it. Moreover, the loose dust & dirt contains the largest share of bacteria’s compared to other types of dirt. Our dry cleaning solutions, such as the impregnated floor wipes, are an excellent way to remove loose dust & dirt from floors and surfaces. It is effective, ergonomic, timesaving and prevents cross-contamination.
The cleaning method you choose should be mostly based on the type of surface you choose to conduct the dry cleaning on. When cleaning carpet or textile floors, a vacuum cleaner is most suitable. However, for the professional dry cleaning of hard floors, dust mopping is much easier and better. Why is that?
- Dust mopping is more effective because it absorbs more dust and dirt compared to using a vacuum cleaner. A vacuum cleaner blows air and dust back onto the surface.
- Dust mopping is more ergonomic. In mere minutes, a floor is dust-free. A floor dust mop is light: there is no need to carry around a heavy vacuum cleaner. It is easy, it can clean even the most difficult-to-reach areas. It is flexible, as it does not require any tools nor facilities except a corresponding dust wiper.
- It saves time. Dust mopping rapidly cleans difficult-to-reach areas without having to shift any furniture.
- When cleaning In healthcare institutions, a vacuum cleaner is not an option. It can be a source of cross-contamination, due to the fact that it carries bacteria’s and because it blows air back onto the surface. To prevent cross-contamination, dust mopping with disposable floor wipes is the best solution.