The pink ring around the toilet is is caused by an airborne bacteria known as Serratia Marcescens. Occasionally, they attach to the mineral deposit build up and be harder to get rid of. Products containing bleach are helpful but not green, they can also be harmful to the inside toilet parts. A pumice stone or magic eraser can help, you just need to careful how you use it.
Public restrooms tend to be bigger, dirtier and harder to clean. Bathrooms are a high touch area with all of the door, faucet and toilet handles. Not to mention the sinks, counter tops and floors. It completely grosses me out to think about setting my purse on the floor, then putting it in my car or taking it home to set on a couch or kitchen counter. And don't even get me started when people allow their kids to crawl around on the floor!
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A professional cleaning service is trained to match the right cleaning procedure to the right job. Unskilled and untrained cleaning services are often unaware of basic safety procedures. Such as which chemicals Do Not Mix Well Together. and can cause a toxic situation. Odors should be neutralized, not created.
GERMS, MOLD AND FUNGUS...OH MY
These can all be avoided if you have clean and fresh restroom facilities. It is good for you and your employees. Customers are more confident to walk into a clean restroom stall and the toilet or urinal are clean. It tells customers they can rely on your company to provide excellent service because you care.
Nobody likes to use public restrooms, but stores and restaurants that have clean and well stocked restrooms are going to get more business because people remember who they are. With us having three girls in our family, I can't tell you how many times we have passed by something only to have to return to the item and purchase it on the way out.
We have cleaned our fair share of pink toilet rings, if you need someone to help you out, give us a call. We can help.