Color coding, as it applies to the professional cleaning industry, can be defined as the principle of using color to designate certain cleaning tools or procedures to specific tasks or areas.
In most situations where it is incorporated, a few colors denote either a particular duty, such as cleaning toilets and urinals, or a specific area, such as restrooms.
RED: For cleaning showers, mirrors and other high risk restroom areas.
BLUE: For all other areas and surface types, but never in areas where red, yellow, green tools are mandated. In the U.S, blue is often used to clean glass and for general cleaning in restrooms.
GREEN: For cleaning areas where food is handled and stored.
YELLOW: For cleaning showers, mirrors, and other low risk restroom areas.
Do you answer ?Yes? to any of these questions?
Do you clean or manage facilities where cross contamination is a concern?
Do any of your cleaning workers have trouble speaking or reading English?
Have restrooms cleaning tools ever been used to clean desks, ledges, and other areas of your facilities?
Does your company have high cleaning worker turnover?
Do you clean or manage daycare centers, restaurants, medical facilities or nursing homes?
If you answered ?Yes? to any of these questions you could benefit and possibly reduce health care problems by using color coded microfiber cleaning cloths.
Breakdown of Bulk Pricing :
96 Pack Variety- $0.60 per piece/ $58 per case
192 Pack Variety- $0.57 per piece/ $110 per case
240 Pack (240-720 pieces)- $0.55 per piece/$132 per case
240 Bulk (960+ pieces)- $0.44 per piece/$106 per case
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