Using positive charged tools to clean
National Janitorial Solutions understands that all dirt has a negative charge and all cleaning chemicals have a positive charge. The dirt is removed from the negative charge dirt attaching to the positive charge chemical cleaning solution. However, usually a positive charged residue is left behind and the cycle of attracting dirt starts at a faster rate.
We train our service providers not to use positive charged chemical to remove the dirt but instead to use positive charged tools that allow surfaces to stay cleaner longer. Such tools include Micro Fiber Dust Mops. The benefit of using Micro Fiber Dust Mops is 65% more dirt is picked up when treated with our dust control than regular mops.