HARD FLOOR, AUTO SCRUB, CLEAN/DISINFECT
1] Neutral cleaner
2] Automatic Scrubber
3] Floor pads-cleaning
4] Clean mop with abrasive hand pad attached.
5] Wet floor signs
1] Wear appropriate personal protective equipment.
2] Properly dispense the appropriate cleaning solution into the mop bucket and the
3] Set up the wet floor signs.
1] Scrub the floor
A] Scrub the floor with the automatic scrubber with the cleaning pads "down", the
squeegee "down", the vacuum "on", and the solution feed "on".
2] Clean the floor edges
A] After cleaning the floor with the automatic scrubber, use the mop and bucket to
clean the floor edges and corners. Pick up any solution "trails" left by the machine.
3] Remove stubborn marks
A] Use the abrasive hand pad to remove stubborn marks.
4] For disinfecting
A] If you are cleaning a health care facility or if you are disinfecting the floor with a
disinfectant cleaner, allow the floor to air dry so the disinfectant has time to work.
5] Remove wet floor signs
A] Remove the wet floor signs after the floor is completely dry.
6] Clean up
A] Empty and rinse the automatic scrubber.
B] Empty the mop bucket.
C] Rinse the mop bucket and wringer.
D] Rinse and wring out the mop and hang it up to dry. If the mop is visibly soiled, bag it
and send it to the laundry.
1] Always post caution signs appropriately.
2] Be careful not to splash any cleaning chemicals into your eyes, nose, mouth or onto your skin. Always wear gloves for protection. Eye and face protection is required where there is
reasonable probability that injury could result without it. Safety goggles are required in chemical operations where there is potential for chemical fumes, splashes, mists, sprays or dust
exposure to the eyes.