InterioR Sanitation

Bus and Fleet Vehicle Sanitation: Do Your Cleaning Standards Match Your Customers Expectation?

Keeping buses and fleet vehicles clean serves many purposes. From making the journey pleasant for commuters to eliminating potential health hazards; reduce corrosion, enhance the life of the machinery and eliminating odors.

Clean, sanitized bus and fleet interiors also build a good image whether you are a business that is offering shuttle service or a municipality servicing the community. There are (DOT) studies which link bus and fleet safety to some extent with sanitation and inadequate cleaning of interior surfaces.

Unlike pressure washers which may clean 80% of stubborn dirt or stains - they use lots of water combined with strong pressure. However, steam cleans almost 99% - removing dirt from plastic parts, greasy door handles, bars and suspended handles effectively eliminating soot, insects, and other impurities from bus interiors. Because they don't use much water, surface areas are not slippery or damp after cleaning.

Another advantage of steam vapor cleaning is they provide a very high level of hygiene. As the high-temperature vapors used in the cleaning process disinfect surface areas rapidly, they also require less exposure of cleaning fluids and chemicals. Because of this steam cleaning is well suited for individuals both worker and commuter who are particularly sensitive to such products. As a result, they are a favored cleaning tool in hospitals, and other facilities where exemplary hygiene is very important.

Bright Steam's Team, equipment and service solutions deliver a level of precision cleaning that is a superior, gentler and more effective cleaning process. For this reason, it is important to choose the correct bus or fleet cleaning equipment and methodology to optimize the hygiene, safety and rider experience for your customer or community.