Most professional cleaning products have to be diluted with water before being used. However, each product has its own dilution ratio depending on its composition, the soil level, the surface and the cleaning tools and techniques being used.
That’s why it’s important to always to follow the instructions on the label.
Improperly diluting a product can lead to several troublesome issues: Under-diluted products can leave behind residue, streaks or even damage surfaces. Inversely, over-diluted products will be less effective and require employees to work harder to achieve an adequate level of cleanliness.
In the case of disinfectants, an over-diluted product can leave behind microorganisms and increase the potential spread of infectious diseases.
A dilution system will guarantee that all cleaning products are perfectly diluted. It will also ensure the safety of users by reducing the handling of concentrated products and by making them easier to use. And because only the necessary quantity of product is used each time, a dilution system will also prevent waste, leading to significant savings.