There are a wide variety of commercial cleaning products on the market. Determining which product is best for each business is dependent on the business’ needs. However, it is always important to ensure that the cleaning products properly sanitise the surfaces for which they are made. You will also want to ensure they do not damage any results or equipment in the workplace.

Ingredient Data Sheets

For employees, you should always have data sheets available that display the ingredients in each product. This will prevent any potential negative health side effects like allergies. In the case of a harmful outcome, you will also want to ensure there is a first aid safety kit and/or washing station close by. You must meet the regulations as set by your local and district authoritative entities.

Commercial Dishwasher Detergent, Fluid, and Liquid

Commercial dishwasher detergent and other similar products must have specific compounds to meet governmental regulations. Unlike residential dishwashing detergent, commercial detergent for labs must not leave a residue. When residential dishwasher detergent leaves a residue, private consumers can simply wipe away streaks, smears, and/or rewash their dishes. At the commercial level, residue can compromise lab results which can be extremely detrimental in many fields like the healthcare industry. It is imperative businesses purchase economical dish detergent with concentrated formulas designed to meet regulation standards.

Graffiti Remover

Graffiti is a growing issue in urban, suburban, and even rural areas. Graffiti can often be extremely offensive to returning and potential customers. Other business owners in the area may complain the graffiti is offending their customers and complain to local agencies. The owner of the property is responsible for cleaning off the graffiti and restoring the building. In some rental contracts, the renter may be responsible. Companies offering industrial cleaning supplies often sell graffiti remover. The best graffiti remover products meet regulating agency standards and are friendly to the environment.

Hand Cleaners

There are three main types of hand cleaners including:

  1. Hand Sanitiser
  2. Antimicrobial Soap
  3. Hand Gel

Hand sanitiser should have at least 60 percent alcohol to effectively sanitise your hands. Employees appreciate hand sanitiser at their workstations to help prevent the spread of germs in the workplace. Antimicrobial soap should include antiseptic ingredients like Triclosan to help fight bacteria. Lastly, hand gel is another form of hand sanitiser but has a different consistency. The best commercial hand cleaners will advertise the main ingredients that fight bacteria and germs, as well as provide a full ingredient list on each product.