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News Sponsored by Resolving the Deep Clean conundrum


Facilities managers and cleaning teams have been tolerating or ignoring a costly conundrum in the cleaning industry for too long – but Denis Rawlins Ltd says they can resolve this in 2020.


James White, MD of Rawlins, said: “The widespread reliance on periodic deep cleans is an admission that routine cleaning is inadequate. Dirty and untidy premises are typically poorly treated, but if they are clean and hygienic, people will respect and look after them.


“It’s time to reverse the downward spiral of poor janitorial care and commit to quality daily cleans. As we welcome in the New Year, we’re urging the industry to join us and make it their 2020 resolution.”


Measurably effective and consistent daily cleaning prevents the build-up of soils that necessitate the extra expense and disruption of a special, deep clean. A thorough daily clean leaves safe and hygienic surfaces, and avoids these costs. It also means the end of that steady decline in hygiene between deep cleans as grease and toxins accumulate.


High-quality routine cleaning needn’t be more expensive or time-consuming, and it’s even more cost-effective and sustainable with the arrival of two new versions of the Kaivac cleaning system.


The Kaivac AutoVac Stretch is a walk-behind floor cleaning machine that outperforms ride-on scrubber dryers at a fifth of the cost. It uses about one-third the chemicals and a quarter of the water, while cleaning faster and with a greater range between fill-ups. It goes further, thanks to a quick-change lithium-ion power pack and the unique option of single-fill recycling.


Ideal for large areas of flooring, this model cleans more than 25,000 sq ft per hour on a single fill-up. True to Kaivac’s unique service proposition, it removes 99% of soil while ensuring extremely low cost of ownership.


Also new for 2020 is Kaivac UniVac, a compact version of the multi award-winning Dispense-and-Vac system. Designed for kitchen cleaning and degreasing, restroom and industrial floors, this is a nimble all-in-one machine with extreme cleaning capabilities.


Ideal for congested areas with limited storage, the UniVac is up to 60 times better at removing soil and contaminants than mopping. It cuts use of water by 75% and chemicals by at least two-thirds. Cleaning time and risks of slips and falls are also slashed as the UniVac – also available in battery form – leaves floors truly clean and bone-dry.


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