If you’re in charge of maintaining clean and healthy schools, restrooms and cafeterias are probably your first area of focus. What many people don’t realize is that clean floors are also a crucial part of keeping schools clean, and not just for the sake of appearances. Dirty floors can harbor germs that might cause disease or allergic reactions in a great number of students.
Tile is a popular material for school floors. Durable and easy to mop, the tile floor is traditionally cleaned after school by the custodial staff. Mopping might make the floor look like it’s clean, but it’s really spreading the dirt and germs smoothly over the floor’s surface.Use a cleaning system that employs tools to scrub the grout and a vacuum that removes the germs and all the moisture on the floor.