employee Ravi Dalchand is a shoe-in for employee of the year. Hopefully his prize includes a round of vaccinations. To prove how efficient the Bissell Symphony All-in-One Vacuum and Steam Mop cleans
floors, Dalchand, senior brand manager of Bissell Canada, used it to clean a subway platform and then ate off it. The gross factor here is through the roof, though apparently the floor was
clean enough to eat off. The video was filmed in Toronto at the Bay and Bloor subway station. Dalchand dumped a container of pasta on the section of the floor he'd just cleaned and started eating.
Just hearing the fork clang on the floor was enough to make my stomach turn -- but what really topped the charts was Dalchand sopping up the remaining sauce with a piece of bread. Once finished, he
looks at the camera and says that he 100% stands behind the Bissell product. One thing I wish was mentioned in the video is that Bissell markets the Symphony as a product that "kills 99.9% of germs
and bacteria on hard floor surfaces." See the video here
, created by KBS Toronto