The Galaxy is cleaned with an acidic sanitary cleaner and lime
solvent (Milizid), which was developed specifically for cleaning
sanitary blocks. This “cleaner for everything wet” removes mineral
as well as organic or fatty stains and leaves highly shiny surfaces
that need no buffing. According to the provider, the product is
up to 99 percent biodegradable and thus particularly material,
and skin friendly. It is applied in the Galaxy with
a foam gun, a cleaning machine and manually.
Counteracting slippery surfaces
At least two temporary employees regularly remove standing
water – from the stairs in the slide tower with the squeegee, and
in front of the slide tower below with the machine. If necessary,
the cleaners do this several times every hour, on weekends and
continuously during the main vacations. This prevents slipping
and thus the danger of injuries.
For cleaning acid-sensitive surfaces such as marble walls, a
oil and fat solvent is used (Petra). It also dissolves stubborn
dirt and is material and skin friendly. Fine ceramic tiles that soil
are treated with an intensive cleaner for fine stoneware
flooring (Forex). This gently dissolves deeply
in dirt on stone materials.
To clean mirrors, marble and stainless steel in the facility, the
service provider uses a metal, paint and plastic cleaner (Milostar)
with surface protection, which prevents rapid resoiling and
metals against fast oxidation.
For the hygienic cleanliness of the deckchairs in the Galaxy
area, a rapid disinfectant is used (Desifor Quick Plus).
It disinfects all areas that require fast penetration and drying,
residue. These are the ideal properties for cleaning
– with almost only one wipedown – and rapidly making
them ready-to-use again.
Sauna hygiene in all situations
Sauna-lovers find no better place for well-being and relaxation.
But it’s obvious that these must be absolutely clean and hygienic.
What must be done? There are two basic types of saunas – those
used at around 90 degrees Celsius, and steam and light saunas,
which are used at temperatures of around 60 degrees Celsius.
The temperature determines the hygiene requirements.
have no chance in saunas that are regularly
heated to 90 degrees Celsius. The heat kills them completely via
thermal destruction. A disinfectant is definitely not necessary in
these saunas. To clean the tiles and surfaces (usually raw wood)
after the end of use and when they are cool, in order to remove
body and cream residues, a neutral oil and fat solvent (for example,
Petra) is completely adequate.
The product is odorless, free of chlorine, salt, phosphorus and
acetic acids, and dissolves body fats as well as water-soluble body
salts because it is applied as a concentrate diluted with water. It
also works reliably on materials like stainless steel, aluminum,
stone, porcelain or synthetics.
GLOBAL CLEANING | ISSUE 2017
Clean Facts for the
cleaning industry in Europe
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