Floors cleaned with liquid pH neutral cleaners turn into a bacteria buffet. Those floors become part of the chain of infection at your workplace, spreading viruses, bacteria and germs to more customers, students, staff, and patients.
Contamination Step 1: Cleaning with Traditional Cleaners
When a floor is cleaned with a liquid pH neutral cleaner, it leaves an invisible, sticky residue.
Contamination Step 2: Sticky Cleaner Residue Builds Up
Repeated cleaning increases the depth of the sticky residue.
Contamination Step 3: People Track in Germs and Viruses
People walking in and out track viruses, germs, and grime on to your floor.
Contamination Step 4: Viruses, Germs and Bacteria Survive on Floor
The floor becomes a low-touch reservoir for infection.
Contamination Step 5: Viruses get on Hands, Feet, Common Objects
Backpacks, bags and phones that touch the ﬂoor become contaminated.