Cleaning your water cooler

bottled water coolerWater coolers are dispensers of clean water that serve as a convenient source of hydration. They are incredibly popular in corporate offices as a gathering place for workers to take a break and refresh themselves before heading back to work. However, if not looked after properly, water coolers can also serve as an optimal environment for bacterial growth and residue build up.

A water cooler should be disinfected around every other month, more frequently if possible, using a diluted bleach solution. This keeps bacteria levels to a minimum and ensures you have safe drinking water. Dry out the inside of the cooler using some kitchen towel between each refill to remove any mineral deposits left behind from the water, else these could be a breeding ground for bacteria.

The inside of the reservoir should be cleaned with a non-metal brush covered in hot soapy water, being careful not to scuff the surface as this may create tiny crevices for bacteria to multiply.

It is important that each part of the water cooler is thoroughly rinsed of the bleach solution and dried completely.

Regular cleaning of your water cooler will ensure that it maintains optimum performance, and continually provides you with safe, clean drinking water. The Water Cooler Company stocks an excellent range of easy-to-use, easy-to-clean water coolers for your home or office.

Kayleigh Clerkin

Kayleigh Clerkin

Kayleigh Clerkin is a part-time journalist who writes articles for Drinking Waters UK - one of the UK's largest suppliers of drinking water products including water fountains, water coolers, water filters, distilled water and spring water. Add me to your Google+ circles.
 

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