This is a lightweight cloth, designed for effective wiping of surfaces. With its absorbent nature, it readily lifts off the dirt and liquids that have spilled onto the various surfaces, allowing you to wipe them off with quick strokes. The Optima Proclean Spunlace All Purpose Cloths are developed for general purpose cleaning, and are suitable for multiple applications in the building. The different colours allow them to be designated for the various sections. For instance, green Optima Proclean Spunlace All Purpose Cloths can be used for the food preparation areas, and the bar. Blue cloths can then be used for the general low-risk areas- the likes of your desk at the office or den at home, the living room surfaces and lounges. Red, which is usually recognized as a sign of danger, is used on the washroom floors toilet bowls and other surfaces where the risk of contamination is highest. Sanitary bins also fall under this category, since they clock high germ concentrations. The yellow cloths can be used on washbasins, mirrors and similar areas in the washrooms that have lower threat levels.
The colour coding cleaning systems are beneficial in various ways. First, there is a reduction in the chances of cross contamination, by restricting the equipment to specific zones. That way tools used for working on the bathroom floors and walls won’t wind up being applied on the kitchen surfaces. Since the system is visual, it is easy to train the cleaning staff to use it, and managing the cleaning supplies becomes less of a hectic process. Items that are being used wrongly will also be quickly noted. What’s more, using such a scheme paints your business in a professional light, increasing the confidence that customers have in your business.
The Critical Role Of Spunlace Technology
The difference between this material and conventional woven products comes down to the manufacturing process. Let's get technical: Basically, a web of loose fibres is entangled on a porous belt or a moving screen that is perforated or patterned, forming a sheet structure. The fibres are subjected to multiple rows of fine, pressurised jets of water. This produces hydroentangles spunlace. The pressures included are high, even clocking orders of 2200 psi (pounds per square inch). At this range, the pressure will suffice for most of the nonwoven fibres, though it can go higher for specialised applications. In a nutshell, the water jets rearrange the fibres, and the energy that is released while they are rebounding against the substrate is dissipated into the fibres as well. The end products are then passed through a dewatering system to extract the excess water, and then hot air is applied to optimise the drying, after which the fabric is wound on spools.
The spunlace/hydroentangled fabric comes with high absorption capacity, while being soft and strong as well. These characteristics give it a wide range of applications, from the wipes used for personal care- including facial cleansing and removing makeup and even baby wipes; in the medical field where the hydroentangled fabric is used for surgical gowns, sheet and drapes, and scrub suits due to the comfort and softness that they provide, medical gauze fabrics where the material is preferred over the traditional yarn-based options, all through spunlace wound dressing. The softness of the material is as a result of the entangled structure being more compressible compared to the bonded fibres, giving the fibres better mobility and alignment. This, coupled with the high drape and comfortable nature of the fabric, also sees it used in manufacture of baby diaper and adult incontinence products. The ability of the non-woven spunlace fabric to evacuate liquids quickly from surfaces and prevent leakages also makes it popular for the manufacture of sanitary napkins.
This efficacy spreads across the board to cleaning products, where products like the Optima Proclean Spunlace All Purpose Cloths come in. Soft to handle and with good drapeability, they are an ergonomic cleaning tool. The strength of the material is uniform across the fabric, giving you optimal performance all through. What’s more, the convenient 50x36cm size adds to the ease of handling. When it comes to cost, these units come with an affordable price tag. The packaging, where a pack contains 50 of the Optima Proclean Spunlace All Purpose Cloths, enables each purchase to last you for long.