Professional Restroom Cleaning and Deodorizing Tips

Professional Restroom Cleaning & Deodorizing Tips

  • Cleaning and deodorizing time can be greatly reduced by adding a water soluble deodorizer to quats or mop water. This allows the user to clean and deodorize in one step.

  • Bacteria/Enzyme Digester should be used in, on, and around all urinals, toilets, and shower stalls to eliminate those persistent organic based odors, such as urine, feces, vomit, perspiration, etc.

These products are designed to digest and destroy the source of the odors.

Bacteria/Enzyme Digesters are also used in drains and traps to eliminate any plumbing related odors.
It is generally recommended to use a Bacteria/Enzyme Digester that contains an odor counteractant. This allows the product to eliminate the existing odors, and also eliminate the odor source, thereby eliminating any reoccurring odors.

It is a good idea to mount the dispensers close to the restroom entrance. This reduces the risk of vandalism and also provides a pleasant fragrance to anyone entering the restroom. As a general rule of thumb, use one dispenser for every two stalls or urinals.

  • Incorporating the use of urinal screens and toilet bowl hangers can reduce toilet and urinal odors. These products generally incorporate Para and Non-Para deodorizing blocks. Try our NEW Ultra Air Program.

NOTE:

  • Para blocks are air soluble, and therefore should be used in urinals with standing water.

  • Non-Para blocks are water soluble, and should be used in dry urinals.