Professional urine remover for commercial bathrooms
Urine odors are common to bathrooms. Because heavy deposits of uric crystals build up over time, urine odors often become severe. With the use of urineFREE® and the Urine Detector, these unpleasant odors can be eliminated. The Urine Detector can be used in conjunction with normal facility cleaning procedures.
NOTE: Never apply urineFREE® and other cleansers to the same area at the same time.
Follow the directions below to use urineFREE® to truly clean your bathrooms:
- You can use the Urine Detector to inspect the bathroom. Urine deposits will fluoresce.
- With the Urine Detector still on, and using a heavy spray, treat urine with urineFREE® as follows:
Urine is deposited in and around toilets. After cleaning the toilet following your standard facility cleaning procedures, use the Urine Detector to check all surfaces of and around the toilet. Pay special attention to areas that are not easily visible, such as the base and bottom curves of the toilet. Never apply urineFREE® and other cleansers to the same areas at the same time.
a) Using the sprayer’s full stream setting, saturate all areas of the toilet. b) Allow urineFREE® to air dry. c) You can use the Urine Detector to ensure all areas containing urine are being treated. d) For toilets that have heavy concentrations of urine deposited on them, a second treatment may be necessary. If a second treatment is required, wait until all surfaces are dry, and repeat steps above.
Bathroom Floors and Lower Walls Surrounding the Toilet: The floor and lower walls are usually the areas where most of the urine is deposited in a bathroom. The following steps should be followed to eliminate deposited urine.
a) Physically remove as much of the fresh urine as possible by wiping with a paper towel. As urine and uric crystals will become easily deposited in tile and linoleum, you can use the Urine Detector to inspect flooring around the base of the toilet and the adjacent walls as well as the remainder of the bathroom floor. Never apply urineFREE® and other cleansers to the same areas at the same time. b) Saturate floor and base of toilet with urineFREE® using the sprayer’s full stream setting. IDEALLY, DO NOT WIPE OR MOP UP urineFREE®, allow it to air dry. In some cases this may not be possible, however, the longer the contact time – the better the results. c) Once dry, you can use the Urine Detector again to inspect the area. Some bathrooms will have a tremendous amount of urine build-up, so several treatments could be necessary to address the problem initially.
Urine can often be found in heavy concentrations on bathroom walls. While the walls directly adjacent to the toilet area will have the most severe concentrations, all walls of the bathroom should be inspected.
a) Use the Urine Detector to inspect each wall of the bathroom b) Spray walls with a heavy stream of urineFREE®. Never apply urineFREE® and other cleansers to the same area at the same time. c) Use the Urine Detector to re-inspect walls after treating with urineFREE®. Initially, a few treatments could be necessary to restore the walls.
Toilets are in very close proximity to the shower and urine will often be deposited on the shower floor, outside of showers, as well as the shower curtain. With a child or an incontinent adult, the tiles and the shower chairs within the shower could also have urine deposits.
a) Using the Urine Detector, inspect the inside of the shower. Because urination often occurs within the shower, urine can be deposited inside shower as well. b) Saturate surfaces with urineFREE® until all surfaces are wetted. NOTE: Some soap scum will also fluoresce under the Urine Detector, fluorescing a lighter, duller color. Take this time to inspect the initial general cleaning of tub. If soap scum is detectable under the detector, use a mild scouring cleanser to remove the soap scum deposit. Never apply urineFREE® and other cleansers to the same area at the same time. If a cleaner is used, rinse area with water and allow to air dry before applying urineFREE®. c) Allow urineFREE® to air dry. d) Several treatments may be necessary in showers with heavy concentrations of urine.
If urination occurs while a patient is showering, the shower chair can become heavily deposited with urine. Some soap scum will also become deposited on shower chairs and will fluoresce a lighter, duller colour. Use a mild scouring cleanser to remove soap scum deposits. Never apply urineFREE® and other cleansers to the same area at the same time. If a cleaner is used, rinse area with water and allow to air dry before you apply urineFREE®.
a) You can use the Urine Detector to inspect all surfaces of the shower chair b) Saturate affected surfaces with urineFREE®. c) Allow to air dry. d) Because shower chairs may contain heavy deposit of urine, several treatments could be necessary.
Urine is commonly found on most bathroom doors.
a) You can use the Urine Detector to inspect both sides of the door, paying particular attention to the handle area b) Spray urineFREE® using the heavy stream setting, treating all areas where urine fluoresces. Never apply urineFREE® and other cleansers to the same area at the same time. c) Allow to air dry. d) A few treatments may be necessary to restore the door surfaces.
3: Re-inspect Bathroom: You can use the Urine Detector to re-inspect all areas of the bathroom making it a routine part of your cleaning process. The Urine Detector can also be used around the sink area, to view any soap scum remaining after initial cleaning. Use a mild scouring cleanser to remove remaining soap scum. Never apply urineFREE® and other cleansers to the same area at the same time.
URINALS and WATERLESS URINALS
urineFREE® is effective at reducing and removing urine odors and stains in and around urinals just as it is with toilets.
By using this in your bathrooms you can easily and effectively remove all harmful effects of urine as well as improve cleanliness and hygiene.
At the same time – you can also reduce the amount of water used in the flushing of urinals!
urineFREE® will also help reduce the build-up of uric acid in the pipework in conjunction with the use of Flow Fresh / Flow Fresh Gel / Flow Fresh urinal screens.