The question of how cleaning textiles can be hygienically processed is a central concern of the cleaning industry. This is because as long as the used cloths and floor textiles are not back in perfect condition, even the best tools and aids are of no use.
In the past, cleaning was almost exclusively done using the bucket method: cleaning staff soaked textiles and cloths in the cleaning solution of a bucket, wiped the surfaces, and then rinsed the textiles in the solution. Thus, the majority of the absorbed dirt was disposed of when changing the water.
With the introduction of new products such as microfiber textiles and increasing cost pressure in cleaning, new requirements emerged: pre-moistened textiles, which eliminate the laborious washing and wringing and can be conveniently added to the dirty laundry after use, conquered the market.
However, this more efficient way of cleaning has a downside: because with this approach, all the dirt ends up with the textiles in the washing machine. This necessitates a change in the way cleaning textiles are washed, as the washing process of the textiles becomes much more important for the hygiene of the facility.