The challenge for most housekeeping staffs when it comes to bathroom and shower cleaning is combating two of the biggest culprits – mold and mildew. This is even more of a problem in regions of the country that naturally experience higher humidity.
You may be familiar with sick building syndrome (SBS) and building related illness (BRI). Per the EPA, these terms are used when symptoms of diagnosable illness are identified and can be attributed directly to airborne building contaminants. The EPA indicates mold as one of the contributors to both SBS and BRI.
This white paper focuses on key material choices for student housing bathroom surfaces that can be major weapons in the fight.
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