Being able to access your radiators for steam cleaning at least before you switch your heating back on will improve the quality of air that occupants breathe in.
In hygiene conscious environments, cleanliness is not an option, it’s a requirement. NHS guidelines state that hospital Radiators LST’s (Low surface temperature) should be cleaned at least once a week.
The back of the radiators are warm, dark spaces, therefore becoming the ideal place for bacteria to grow and thrive.
The method of steam cleaning behind the back of the radiator has been proven to manage allergens plus the infection control of the so-called superbug MRSA and C. difficile within the health care sector.
By being able to access your radiators for steam cleaning at least before you switch your heating back on in the Autumn season will improve the quality of air occupants breathe in which can reduce the symptoms of dust allergies.