Have you ever actually read the cleaning chemical labels? I always find it interesting to ask people about their cleaning procedures. In health care, offices, schools and even in their homes, most people rely on what the front of the bottle says and not what is in the smaller print on the back. Read more
Everyone has at least some carpeting. From your home, work, cars and even the establishments you frequent, carpeting is everywhere. Since the first carpets were made in the late 1700’s, someone has had to keep them clean. (Can you imagine the smell tracked in from streets with horse-drawn wagons?) The problem with cleaning carpet is that it is not a smooth surface. Read more
I get of questions about gym floor cleaning. The main question is “why are the gym floors are slippery?” These floors serve many roles in schools and recreation centers. Between P.E. Classes, open gym, assemblies, sports practice and games, there always seems to be some sort of activity going on in the gymnasium. Since a lot of these floors are wood, there is a tendency to avoid cleaning them, because water damages wood right? Read more
Entrance matting is an important part of any cleaning program. What if you could have an employee stand by the door and clean off people’s shoes as they walk in to the building? What kind of impact would this have on your floor finish and carpet? Studies have shown that as much as 85% of dirt in a building comes in right through the door. This is where entrance matting makes a big impact on your cleaning.
I always ask people “How does dirt get to the 20th floor of a high-rise building?” Read more