Wet floors in washrooms

Wet Floors used to be restricted to around the urinal area.  Us boys can be messy creatures, but there are other sources of moisture in the washroom that may need to be addresses  Her are some problems and possible solutions:

P: Wet floors around urinals from high water pressure.  A:Turn the water pressure down or alternatively fit a urinal screen to minimise splashback.

P: Excessive mopping. A: Keeping a washroom clean is excessive but traditional kentucky mops can leave a lot of moisture on the floor.  Have a look at microfibre flat mopping it wll leave the floor 70% dryer than traditional mopping.

P: Leaking pipes around urinals or cisterns.  A: Try to identify where and when the leak occurs then call the plumber!

P: Dyson Airblades.  A: Other high speed dryers are also guilty of transferring water from hands to floor.  If it is an issue you can fit a drip plate  available from www.o3solutions.com or seak to your local washroom supplier about fitting a washroom mat below to catch excess water.

P: Winter weather.  A: If you are getting wet feet into the washrooms ten your entrance matting to the building isn’t doing its job.  Trapping moisture at entry.  Look at increasing entrance matting over the winter months or installing matting at the toilet entrance/exit to minimise risk bot ways.

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