Module: Dirt Detection
- How do these surfaces get dirty?
- Why is this action important?
- Expected benefits
- Difficulties associated with this action
- Time required to implement this action
- Does this action require financial investment?
- Costs associated with this action
- Will this action require you to train other cleaners or staff?
- Type of training required
At your own HORECA company, use this action to prevent sediment problems. For example, can sediment be found around the tap, in the sink, on the walls of the shower room, or in the toilet bowl.
Sediment or scale is formed when the surface gets wet with water but is not dried. If the sediment is not removed regularly, its layer becomes thicker and thicker.
Sediment-covered taps leave a dirty impression on the room. A glossy faucet or ceramic tile is more visually beautiful than dull and sedimentary. In addition, there is a risk that if a faucet with a very strong sediment is to be cleaned of sediment, the chrome layer of the faucet may be damaged.
Visually clean taps, tap bowls, tiled walls. The surfaces are clean and the customer subconsciously feels that they are in a clean room and wants to stay more
Methods must be used to remove dirt. Cleaning must be done wisely. The more difficult part is letting go of old habits.
The amount of time depends on how much sediment needs to be removed. If the sediment is removed regularly, time will be saved in the long run.
The cost of money depends on what cleaning supplies are available in the company
Cleaners must be taught to see sediment. Once you see the sediment and know how to remove it, then the cleaning is done wisely. It is not necessary to use a cleaning chemical when cleaning the sediment regularly