Cleaning professionals routinely rely on harsh chemicals to guarantee the high level of cleanliness expected by customers. Yet many cleaning chemicals can potentially harm the user and the environment if used excessively in the end to end cleaning cycle.
Fumes produced through use don’t just emit unpleasant smells, they can also contribute to indoor air pollution potentially leading to serious health effects from long-term exposure. Cleaning professionals coming into close contact with harsh chemicals, can decrease the risks associated with use by reducing the concentration of chemicals known to cause immediate or long-term health problems or supplementing them with more sustainable options such as Microfibre.
In response to this health and environmental challenge, the increasingly popular concept of ‘sustainable cleaning’ which uses considerably less water and chemicals in the end-to-end cleaning cycle, is growing acceptance.
Leading the charge in sustainable cleaning is microfibre. This innovation is helping many organisations achieve a higher-quality clean with much less harmful chemicals and water consumption.
Microfibre works differently to standard cleaning cloths due to its scientifically-designed fibres, uniquely shaped to attract and trap dirt, dust, grease, food and liquid.
Rubbermaid HYGEN Disposable Microfibre System features advanced microfibre technology that offers optimal contamination prevention, superior cleaning performance and improved productivity.
Microfibre is an effective alternative to excessive chemical usage due to its ability to effectively remove fine particles, oils and invisible microbes on surfaces or hidden in crevices, outperforming regular sponges and cloths soaked in chemicals.
Suitable for a variety of surfaces, the HYGEN Disposable Microfibre system also provides streak-free cleaning for mirrors, glass and stainless steel and can be used for dusting or wet cleaning. The HYGEN Disposable Microfibre system features built-in scrubbers enabling complete dirt removal without smearing.
The superior cleaning power of microfibre allows cleaning professionals to do more with less. With less water and chemicals, it removes bacteria and germs in a more sustainable, smarter and safer way.