One of the main areas Clean Environment Janitorial Services has
learned to focus on in any facility is to, maintain clean and sanitary bathrooms for our customers.
have come to learn that even though restrooms only account for about 5% of the cleanable area of a facility, approximately
95% of all complaints are derived from this same area.
This is why we focus on this important area.
In any type of facility,
the restroom is often the most visited area of the building.
Although building occupants may spend
just a few minutes in the restroom, a lasting impression often lingers after the visit.
If the feeling is negative,
this impression can contribute to an overall bad experience in the building.
bad experience can lead to lost customers, a ruined reputation, and decreased profits.
is often a problem in maintaining restrooms and, if not properly treated, can lead to negative impressions of your facility.
Contributors of Odor:
In a recent survey conducted,
the following categories were sited as the causes of any problems.
* Lack of ventilation................39%
* High traffic..............................36%
* Age of buildings.....................6%
* Improper cleaning.
* Clogged toilets that were not attended to.
* People not hitting "the target".
* Sewage traps dried out.
* Air fresheners not getting
There are many effective odor control products on the market today.
These products digest, neutralize, or sanitize the air.
There are also various fragrances available
in many forms, including aerosal.
Metered aerosol odor control units are commonly used in such facilities as health care, educational, and hospitality.
Todays touch-free devices are versatile and can be easily programmed to match the facility's odor control
If used properly, today's "set it and forget it" devices offer cost and labor savings.
In addition to setting up an odor control program with low maintenance devices and effective products, ongoing cleaning
should also be included, since malodor is usually the result of bacteria buildup.
And according to industry
experts, regular detailed restroom cleaning is necessary to control odors.
As with many other cleaning functions
odor control is successful when all components work together to achieve the common goal.
A customers perception
of what smells clean will continue to change, therefore when selecting a fragrance, for instance, find the right scent to
match your facility's needs and stay consistent.
First impressions are important
and keeping restrooms odor-free makes a great first impression.