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equipped implements (broom, brushes, roller sweepers, roller brushes) and depositing the waste in a container. Sweeping smooth non-textile floorings is neither efficient nor does it ensure effective removal of fine dirt particles on the surface. Even though dust bunnies and coarser dirt particles can be removed, the process essentially simply redisperses fine dust over the floor surface. Dust mopping This describes mopping with moist or pre-treated cleaning textiles or specialized dry microfiber products to remove loose fine dirt particles (dust, fuzz) and, to a lesser extent, also coarse dirt (paper balls, cups, cigarette butts etc.) and depositing the waste in a container. Dust mopping is optimal for wood, cork and laminate floorings and should therefore be preferred for maintenance cleaning. There are distinctions: ... and buff to desired luster with beige pad. Photos: FIGR Moist mopping (lightly sprayed or wrung out/spun dry gauze pads, fleece cloths or wide mop covers, oil-impregnated disposable fleece cloths), ensure longer lasting protection. Dust mopping with adhesive-coated disposable fleece wipes or Caution is advised with damp mopping, as it may damage moisture- cloths, sensitive wood, cork or laminate floorings. That is why damp Dry mopping with special microfiber or active fiber mops. mopping should be restricted to heavily soiled areas using only thoroughly wrung out cleaning textiles. Vacuuming Dust mopping and/or vacuuming should precede damp mopping Removal of loose surface dirt using a vacuum cleaner equipped to ensure effective removal of both fine dirt and grime. with a hardfloor attachment or purpose-designed parquet nozzle. Two-stage mopping is the classic approach. In the first stage, the Vacuuming is suitable for all flooring types. necessary amount of cleaning product is spread on the floor with a cleaning textile (cloth, mop, wide mop cover etc.) to dissolve Damp mopping sticky, waterbound stains and grime. In the second, the soiled Manual mopping with cleaning textiles to remove tough dirt and water is soaked up and removed with dry cleaning textiles. To grime (beverage stains, street grime etc.). Using dual purpose prevent moisture-related damage, it is imperative that thoroughly cleaning care products will preserve the floor more effectively and wrung out cleaning textiles be used for mopping and that waste Visit us at Hall 1, Stand 1.135 Clean the corners, don’t cut them. It’s never been easier to clean without getting stuck in tight corners. Just one turn of the steering wheel can pivot the roller brush head through 200 ° in either direction. The new BR 35/12 C with KART – Kärcher Advanced Response Technology – steers like a car, is very agile, has great mobility and has turned cleaning into driving fun. The work’s done so quickly that you’ve still got plenty of www.kaercher.com time left to tidy up at your leisure. GLOBAL CLEANING | April 2014   19


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