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High level cleaning has never been easier, thanks to the range of microfibre-based tools and equipment available from Diversey Care.


One of the trickiest jobs in any cleaning operation is likely to be getting at inaccessible and high level surfaces. Despite the difficulties involved, it pays to keep these clean when they can make all the difference to creating a good impression for a building’s users or a business’ customers and guests. The challenge is to make it simple so that cleaning staff are able to do their work without cutting corners. Diversey Care has brought together new and existing products from its integrated range to help cleaning professionals maintain high standards, control costs and promote sustainable processes.


TASKI Jonmaster Ultra and Standard microfibre flat mops are ideal for removing dust, dirt and soiling from high level areas, including walls, ceilings, glass and mirrors. They can be used dry or with water alone, which simplifies processes to promote regular cleaning with the best possible sustainability, but saving time and money too, as there is no need to buy, store and prepare chemicals. Users can select mops in a variety of widths and colours to support integrated and co- ordinated cleaning operations. The range includes special mops for glass and mirrors too, and a scouring mop for heavy duty applications with denser soiling.


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The mops are ideally used with the extendable TASKI Jonmaster handle and frame, which is available in a variety of sizes matched to the mops. Exchangeable Velcro slides capture and retain the pads securely, while a unique click-fit mechanism improves fixation; the frame incorporates a mechanism to restrict movement for enhanced control of the mop’s position too – especially useful when working overhead and in confined areas.


For narrow spaces, cabinet tops and other inaccessible spaces the TASKI Jonmaster Interior Mop offers an ideal solution. The adjustable frame shape allows the mop to reach around corners and over obstructions in front of the area being cleaned, so that users can reach more surfaces than would be possible with conventional tools. The microfibre mops last for up to 500 washes (800 in the case of TASKI Jonmaster Ultra), as long as they are looked after in line with the manufacturer’s recommendations, meaning they can give years of productive and reliable performance.


For additional cleaning versatility, the new TASKI WipeOut Hand Pad can be mounted on the TASKI Jonmaster frames to provide unique spot cleaning performance, and remove marks and stains from a variety of hard surfaces without scouring or scratching. The pad is manufactured


from an advanced foam polymer with a special backing that allows it to be attached to the mop frames or a hand-held Jumbo Pad Holder, making it ideal for cleaning high level canopies, walls and ceilings, as well as low-level floor edges and stairs.


For conventional vacuuming at high levels the TASKI dorsalino offers a versatile combination of performance and autonomy. This lightweight back- pack machine is ideal for mobile cleaning operations with reduced fatigue, because operators do not need to bend, pick up or carry the machine between tasks. It is supplied with a long hose to clean high, congested and hard-to-reach areas, and the powerful motor provides excellent suction and cleaning for efficient dust and dirt removal.


The tools and equipment available from Diversey Care ensure that cleaning professionals no longer have an excuse when it comes to cleaning the high areas in rooms and buildings. They can be used on their own or as part of an integrated cleaning system comprising cleaning tools, products and machines in the extensive range available.


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