Before using any cleaning product, be aware of the type of surfaces in your establishment. This way, you can find the product that best matches the material you will be cleaning. For instance, using an abrasive and strong cleanser may damage or scratch a delicate surface. On the other hand, a traditional cleaner with high or low pH may not work well on surfaces that need heavy maintenance.
It’s necessary to read labels and product specifications before using them. Doing so will inform you about the product’s proper application, dilution level, and formulation. As a rule of thumb, all-purpose cleaners are more flexible than multi-purpose cleaners, making them more efficient if your facility has a wide variety of surfaces. Keep in mind that the only way a cleaning product works well is if it’s used for its intended application. Read more from this blog: