Microfiber mopping – cleaning without chemicals
Floor cleaning in hospitals is often done using cleaning agents containing disinfectants such as quaternary ammonium chlorides, formaldehyde or glutaraldehyde. Microfiber cleaning demonstrates a superior microbiological removal compared to cotton string mops used with a detergent cleaner. Split microfiber products provide the best pathogen removal: They remove up to 98% of bacteria and 93% of viruses.
Additional benefits of microfiber mopping:
- Reduced or no chemicals use
- Reduced water use
- No need to wring the mops
- No change of water or cleaning solution
- No cross-contamination