Some remedies are best left home
Are you working in an office where there it seems like there is a never-ending battle with dirty floors, dust mites, unsanitary toilets and grimy sinks?
Let’s just say you aren’t the only one feeling the struggle.
Germs and dirt lie everywhere you look and floors and bathrooms are breeding grounds for dust mites and bacteria if not deep cleaned regularly. Have you taken a step back to think about the products you are using versus the ones you should be using?
Myths about “home remedy” cleaning products that you should not trust to clean your business:
- You can clean your windows with newspaper. Don’t fall for this! Newspaper is not as durable as microfiber and can leave ink and residue on the glass.
- Cleaning solutions only take a few seconds to work. On average, it can take up to three minutes for a solution to set it before it actually begins working, and some may even take up to 10 minutes.
- Vinegar can be used to clean floors. Although this isn’t completely inaccurate, it only works if you create the solution using mostly water. No matter what way you look at it, vinegar is an acid and can deteriorate or dull a floors shine.
- Bleach is a great cleaner. This is far removed from the truth. Bleach is simply a disinfectant; it does not take away dirt or grime.
Our staff cleans with detail using lint-free microfiber and along with mops that use an all-natural cleaner. All cloths and mop heads are sanitized after every use so there is no sitting around developing bacteria and odors.