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How to Keep Portable Restrooms Clean?
If you’ve attended enough outdoor events and festivals, there is a high chance you’ve come across a portable restroom. You may even have rented one yourself for outdoor events, such as pool parties, construction sites, or beach weddings. They’re inexpensive, portable and effective, and make a great substitute for traditional toilets for locations that don’t have plumbing systems.
Cleaning a Portable Restroom
While the portable restrooms company will work with you to create a schedule to empty the portable restroom regularly, there are certain steps you can take to ensure the stall remains clean and fresh in between these visits.
- One of the most important aspects of maintaining the cleanliness of a portable restroom is preparing the tank for future use. The process requires you to refill the tank with an additive. This works to break down the waste and disinfect the stall.
- Most portable restrooms smell so bad because they don’t get enough time to air out. The easiest way to get rid of the nasty smell is to leave the door open for a few hours every day. You can do this at night when the stall isn’t in use. It is crucial to air out a portable restroom when it receives a lot of traffic.
- Make use of some strong odor-controlling products, such as sprays or deodorizers. However, make sure that any product you use contains environmental-friendly ingredients as ones with harmful chemicals can be dangerous for you and the environment.
- Some parts of the portable restroom are generally dirtier than others since they are touched more often. Therefore, these require more regular cleaning than the rest of the stall. Pay more attention to the door handles toilet paper holders, and hand sanitizer dispensers.
If you require more information, contact us today and get assistance for your portable bathroom needs.