Toilets are very high-maintenance. Toilets can become very dirty. Here are five ways to keep your toilet clean and reduce cross-contamination. Are you aware of your toilet hazards?
Keep Toilet Seats Clean
You might have seen signs on the toilets reminding people not to squat on the seats. It is possible for dangerous bacteria to breed on shoes. Research shows that shoes have a high level of fecal bacteria, which can cause serious infections such as pneumonia and infections in the urinary tract. You just need to put the cleaner on the best toilet paper and wipe the seat clean.
Before you Go Out, Wash Your Hands With Soap and Water.
Do you keep track of how many times you touch a surface every time you use a toilet? Let me show you some examples. You will feel the handle of the door when you open it. You can lift the lid of the toilet by using your hands. What about the inevitable flush button? It is possible to spread germs from your hands to other people if you do not wash them after using the toilet. The germs can also get into your body if you touch your eyes or nose with contaminated hands.
Did you know? One gram of human stool can contain 1 trillion germs. Salmonella and E.coli can cause serious infections or diseases by contaminated feces. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that hand washing with soap and water can reduce the chance of getting diarrhea by 30%. Even if you’re in a rush, don’t forget to use soap and water!
An automatic soap dispenser is a convenient method of dispensing soap. The Initials no-touch dispenser activates by the sensor and is both hygienic, easy to use, and hygienic. The no-touch soap dispenser is an initial washroom solution that can be used in conjunction with your bathroom design.
Before Flushing, Close The Lid
Researchers discovered that germs could rise up to 10 inches from the toilet seats with every flush. These germs can transmit infectious diseases. These harmful microbes can also land on the surfaces of toilets if they are released. Hands can be infected with these germs if they are touched. You can then get very sick by touching your face or eating food made with germs.
It is recommended that you close the lid of your powerful flushing toilet before flushing to prevent germs from “flying”. This reduces the risk of being exposed to harmful germs. After using the toilet, wash your hands with soapy water. After a toilet has been flushed, over 1 million bacteria remain alive!
A toilet and urinal cleaner are both effective and simple to use. Initial is a washroom hygiene expert. It has a dual sanitizer system that releases sanitizing fluid into the water every time it is activated. It provides additional protection against bacteria and limescale buildup.
Before You Go Out, Dry Your Hands.
It is quite a difference. Research shows that we spread germs 1,000 times faster with damp hands than with dry. A moist surface is also more favorable for bacteria to flourish. More than 30% of respondents cite empty paper towel dispensers for their inability to dry their hands.
To keep customers happy, washroom hygiene companies offer facilities like paper towel dispensers or toilet hand dryers. First impressions are important. Initial Hygiene consultants can assess your needs and recommend the best hand-drying solution for your business.
Make Sure the Floor is Dry
The most common place for bacteria harborage in washrooms is the floor. There are many dangers associated with a wet floor. A wet floor can lead to falls and provide a perfect environment for bacteria that causes disease. Bacteria thrive in moist environments.