Do You Use Colour Codes?
Colour coding your cleaning tasks and areas is essential for ultimate hygiene.
- Prevents cross-contamination
You don’t want the same cloth or mop that was used to wipe a toilet seat being used to clean the dining tables. Colour coding zones enables cleaners to clearly understand which coloured equipment is to be used in specific areas and prevent germs and bacteria from spreading unnecessarily.
- Avoids mixing of chemicals/residue
A cleaner has just done some descaling round a tap with some acidic descaler. You need to prevent there being any chance of them going on to use the same cloth for cleaning the toilet seat or polishing a hand rail. If two substances collide they may react which could be harmful to the cleaner.
- Prevents Damage
Confusing cleaners with products can be a risk to themselves and also detrimental to the surfaces in which they are cleaning. Colour coded spray bottles will clearly identify a match between product, task and environment thus preventing potentially harmful chemicals touching the wrong surfaces.
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