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Practical innovations clean better for less

01 February 2017

Chop the Mop campaigner champions escalator and cross-over cleaning systems.

Building and cleaning managers looking to lower their floor cleaning cost per square metre need to visit Stand F15 at ExCel.

Simple yet innovative design is the key to repeatable and measurably superior cleaning, according to equipment supplier Denis Rawlins Ltd.

This philosophy is epitomised by the REN™ Clean and OmniFlex™ cleaning systems, which will be demonstrated at The Cleaning Show 2017.

REN Clean is a manual tool that uses an engineered sponge to clean escalators and travelators.

It simply slots into the combplate and removes soil from the treads as they pass through.

Recently introduced to the UK, REN Clean has quickly won over facility managers and cleaning contractors with its ability to leave treads cleaner and more secure under foot at a fraction of the cost of specialist cleaning machines.

The company behind the Chop the Mop campaign for science-based cleaning also introduced the OmniFlex™ CrossOver cleaning system to the UK.

OmniFlex allows owners to customise a cost-effective cleaning system for virtually any task or surface. Starting from a trolley bucket, it builds into an automated cleaning machine that removes soil and contaminants.

As the AutoVac or Dispense & Vac for food service, OmniFlex delivers high standards of hygiene and productivity more cost-effectively than either manual mopping or more sophisticated machines.

“With these systems, daily cleaning is effective, so there’s no need for periodic deep cleans,” says James White, Rawlins MD. “So you can clean well for less.”

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