Why Do Boys Toilets Become Smelly?
- Anaerobic Bacterial Reactions emit Smells from the Urinal Waste Outlet.
- Urine Spillage in front of Urinal becomes Anaerobic and is not Cleaned Properly.
- Urine Tracked around Toilet Floor on Bottom of Shoes becomes Anaerobic and is not Cleaned or Treated Properly.
It’s as simple as that. It’s the same reaction and smell as when a compost heap goes off and becomes Anaerobic.
Is There an Easy Solution? Yes
No Flush BioClean together with No Flush BioSleeves and/or NoFlush BioMates reverses the anaerobic process. They create an aerobic reaction. The uric acid and urine specific micro bacteria contained in these products reverses the reaction by eating the uric acid and urine and converting these into oxygen, water, nitrogen and carbon. The process is known as bio-remediation. It is totally safe and environmentally friendly.
Why Boy’s Toilet Floors Smell
Boys toilets can become smelly for a number of reasons the most common one has very little to do with the urinal itself. Generally it is due to spillage and subsequent walk tracks from the urinal to basin or urinal to door and incorrect cleaning methods.
Untreated urine soaks into tile grout and concrete floors and then dries and crystallises into uric acid. It then anaerobically breaks down giving off the well know boys’ toilet smell. Yes, it is the same reaction and smell as when your compost heap goes off.
Using No Flush BioClean together with No Flush BioSleeves and/or NoFlush BioBlocks reverses the process. The uric acid specific micro bacteria contained in these products reverses the reaction by eating the uric acid and urine and converting these in oxygen, nitrogen and carbon. The process is known as bio-remediation.
Conventional cleaning agents do not remediate the uric acid, soaked in urine or urine spills, they just kill aerobic bacteria present and then temporarily mask the problem with an odouriser for a few hours. Come the morning the smell is back again.
Problem with Conventional Cleaning Products and Methods
Conventional cleaning products and methods do not remove (remediate) the uric acid, soaked in urine or urine spills. They just wash the surface and in the process kill the aerobic bacteria and about half the anaerobic bacteria present then temporarily mask the problem with an odouriser (perfume) for a few hours. Come the morning the decomposing urine smell is back again. Complaints are back.
Commercial grade disinfectants and cleaners containing chlorine compounds, phosphoric acids and other acid based compounds commonly used in schools and businesses for urinal and toilet floor cleaning do not fix smelly urinals.
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