‘Rapid’ 17L Mopping System
Cover More Area With The ‘Rapid’ 17L Mopping System
Different factors go into the selection of the mopping system that one uses. Take the material that is used to construct the bucket and wringer for instance. Metal units can get heavy, and- despite their durability, are susceptible to corrosion effects of the chemicals used during the cleaning process. After all, there will be situations when you’re dealing with such tough stain and dirt spots, that highly acidic or alkaline products will be required for the task, which would put the structural integrity of the units at risk. With plastic buckets and wringers on the other hand, by nature these are chemical-resistant. They also have a lightweight construction, making them easier to move around. What of the capacity of the bucket? Well, there isn’t a set rate of square footage per litre that the buckets are to cover, since situations vary from one place to the next. For instance, highly trafficked areas accumulate lots of soiling, hence the soapy water in the bucket will get dirty faster, and require to be changed. On the other hand, when you’re dealing with a small establishment, having a bucket that is massive will become an inconvenience to manoeuvre around the place. How it is it transported? You’ll want to know how much work will go into moving the bucket from one area to another- and whether it will result in back pains. Then there are the costs involved. Here, focus is on getting a product that gives you value for the amount that you’ve spent on it. One that can meet the mopping needs of your establishment without deteriorating fast and forcing you to find a replacement. The ‘Rapid’ 17L Mopping System is a popular unit used by janitorial staff in commercial establishments, and professional cleaning contractors. Let’s delve into the features that have made it get increased demand:
It’s even in the name. The features of the ‘Rapid’ 17L Mopping System, from the wringers to the casters, enable you to take up much less time when mopping the floor. Wringing out that excess water from the mop without having to handle the yarn with your hands is also a safer way of doing things- as opposed to having that dirty water flowing all over your fingers. As it comes in four colours- red, green blue and yellow, the ‘Rapid’ 17L Mopping System can be easily incorporated into the colour coding cleaning system that you have set up in your premises. Designating colours of cleaning equipment to certain areas reduces the risk of infection spreading from one area to another, making this hygienic practice to become the norm across the cleaning industry.
Separating the clean and dirty water
One common issue with the conventional buckets is that the soapy water gets soiled quickly- and needs to be changed often. After all, with each pass of the mop on the floor, the dirt that is picked up is transferred into the bucket and diluted by the cleaning solution. However, this means that after every few square meters, the water will become so soiled such that you’ll be spreading more dirty water onto the floor, reducing the effectiveness of the mopping process. With the ‘Rapid’ 17L Mopping System, this issue is avoided by partitioning it into two.
Wheel it around
It beats carrying a heavy pail of water from one room to another. Your janitorial staff won’t keep complaining of back pains, and it reduces the workload for the professional cleaning personnel whose business involves working on multiple homes and commercial facilities on a day-to-day basis. The casters of the ‘Rapid’ 17L Mopping System enable easy transportation and manoeuvrability, making the cleaning process a breeze. As a welcome bonus, issues of drips and spills that are usually witnessed when buckets full of cleaning solutions are being carried are avoided.
Industry best practices require that the cleaner notify the building’s users when mopping is being carried out, especially that the floor will be wet. This is to avoid cases of slip and fall accidents, which can result in anything from minor embarrassments to bodily injuries that land one on the emergency room. The ‘Rapid’ 17L Mopping System comes complete with the “Caution Wet Floor” printed on the bucket’s sides. This, coupled with the wringing action that extracts the excess water from the mop preventing it from getting to the floor, reduces the risk of slips, making it a safer process.