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Washroom Cleaning Made Simpler With Diversey Care


With all the tools and products available, it should be easy to keep a washroom clean, hygienic and smelling fresh throughout the day. The challenge is to ensure that regular cleaning is completed simply and sustainably without letting costs get out of control. A good way to promote high standards and keep costs down is to simplify processes.


The unique TASKI Sani 4in1 washroom cleaner from Diversey Care offers a new way of working by replacing four or more alternative products for simplicity and reduced costs. This means FM and building


care contractors can complete all periodic and daily cleaning tasks with just one product. Less time is needed to train staff and prepare and switch products between tasks, enhancing productivity. Furthermore, its non-classifi ed formulation removes the need for numerous compliance processes, making it safer during use than many alternative products.


TASKI Sani 4in1 delivers best- in-class disinfection, descaling, cleaning and deodourising to maintain or improve washroom appearance. It can be used in all acid-resistant areas including toilet bowls, basins, urinals, walls and fl oors to remove soils, odours, limescale and contamination. Like many Diversey Care products, it contains patented ONT (Odour Neutralising Technology) which chemically removes malodours rather than masking them with overpowering perfumes.


The product is available as a highly sustainable concentrate in the SmartDose and QuattroSelect platforms and in ready- to-use formats. Contract cleaning providers have reported better control over cleaning costs with improved results, compared with traditional thick toilet cleaners


that can be very expensive when used frequently. Additional sustainability benefi ts arise too, as this product is available


in the TASKI Pur- Eco range with EU Ecolabel and Nordic Swan certifi cation.


Products like TASKI Sani 4in1 can be used


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with tools and equipment for fl oor and hard surface cleaning. These include the TASKI VersaPlus fl oor mopping system, which can be used with any Diversey Care disposable or microfi bre mop, and TASKI Standard microfi bre cloths.


Standards are also improved by remaining well organised, especially as washrooms are likely to be checked and cleaned frequently throughout the day. Cleaning products should be stored together, close to where they're needed, so that action can be taken whenever required. In larger sites, and to support multiple washrooms, the integrated TASKI Trolley system is ideal for transporting supplies (including microfi bre tools) to wherever they are needed. Items placed in the right position for ergonomic and effi cient processes help to avoid the need for cleaning staff to stretch or bend. Colour- coding promotes the proper use of items for specifi c areas, but the trolley can form a highly visible temporary barrier to the washroom entrance too, while any cleaning takes place.


Trolleys are also ideal for periodic cleaning, problem solving and spot cleaning. In large and busy sites, a high profi le ‘rapid response’ trolley can deliver a clear signal that the business takes cleaning seriously, and will deal with any problems quickly and professionally. Periodic problem solvers from Diversey Care include the ‘Good Sense Breakdown’, which contains ONT and can be used to remove the organic residues on surfaces or down drains and sinks, which cause many of the bad smells found in washrooms.


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