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1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 522 (507)

1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition
1948-49 Theatre Catalog
1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 522
Page 522

1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 522

STEP NUMBER 2 includes the cleaning ol all walls to prevent dirt from seeping into cracks which would otherwise hold filth and odors.

It is important that the proper deodorizing fluid be chosen to obtain the most satisfactory results. Among the fluids available are Mintoda, a deodorizing fluid with the aroma of mint; Wintergreen; Dripco Special a sweet smelling pine, as well as Euchrelyptum, an agreeable yet powerful deodorant and Retinole, an extra pungent fluid for

STEP NUMBER 4 is done with the other end of the special tool. The drain is thoroughly brushed so that hidden portions are as clean as exposed.


washrooms with especially heavy t iziflic.


The primary purpose of a disinfectant is to kill certain harmful organisms and its ability to do this efficiently is one of the most essential tests of its value. Cleansers such as soap and water have little disinfecting Value and many dis

STEP NUMBER 3 requires a special tool to insure removing at residue from drain and trap. Normal cleaning methods seldom include such thoroughness.

infectants have no cleaning power. Thus it is important to choose, for general Sanitation purposes, a product that combines both cleansing and disinfecting. This will not only reduce labor costs since the two jobs are being done at one time, but it will tend to effect economies in materials since one product is doing the work of two. In addition, one

TOILETS are equally important and can be similarly cleansed. Scrubbing the bowl will remove stains which are the hosts to future troubles.
1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 522