Bathroom hygiene is essential to keeping your office bacteria and virus free. Zoflora is ideal for cleaning bathrooms where many bacteria are lurking.
Bathroom floors have the potential to be covered in hundreds and thousands of bacteria, especially around the toilet area. Using Zoflora when mopping floors will ensure any harmful germs are killed as well as leaving your bathroom with a lovely fragrant aroma.
When you're busy taking on the toilet, sink and bins, it's easy to overlook bathroom surfaces. And while they may look clean, they may be harbouring harmful germs. Simply wiping down surfaces with Zoflora can disinfect these areas and kill any harmful bacteria and viruses.
Sinks, drains and plug holes can not only harbour harmful bacteria and viruses but also be responsible for bad odours. Using Zoflora regularly can eliminate germs and keep things smelling fresh.
Because of what the sink is used for, bathrooms taps see a lot of dirty hands over the course of an average day. This makes them a popular spot for bacteria to hide, so make sure to disinfect all parts of the tap regularly.
As you might expect, toilets are home to thousands of hidden bacteria and viruses, so they are a key battleground in the fight for home hygiene. Keeping them disinfected with Zoflora will give you peace of mind.
Even more so than bins, toilet brushes and their holders are the ultimate germ hot spots when it comes to bathroom hygiene. These tools may form part of your regular cleaning kit, but don't forget they need to be disinfected too!
Bathroom bins are hotspots for germs and bad odours. By cleaning and disinfecting regularly, you'll make sure bacteria and bad smells are kept under control.
Sarah Fozzard, Head of Home Hygiene says, “Make sure to read the instructions on the back of your disinfectant properly. For disinfectants to work, they need to be in contact with the surface for 5 minutes to kill the bacteria. Keep away from disinfected surfaces until they’re dry, but after that, they’re safe to touch and are considered clean.”