Ambla should be cleaned regularly to prevent build-up of soiling and to retain its appearance.
Clean with a damp, soapy cloth and rinse well with clean water. Dry the surface thoroughly.
A soft brush with soapy water may be used to remove stubborn stains. Ensure surfaces are then rinsed and dried.
Disinfectants may be used in dilution as specified by their manufacturers. This includes Haz-tabs and other disinfectants commonly used in hospital infection control programmes. Actichlor tablets should be fine as long as the manufacturers’ instructions are followed. With regard to chlorine releasing agents’ levels of 1 – 10,000 parts per million should pose no problems as long as the material does not endure long soakings at the higher concentrations
Ambla surfaces are NaDCC compatible. Ensure surfaces are then rinsed with clean water and dried thoroughly.
Tests in our laboratory show that the earlier any stains are removed the better.