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Proper Use of Disinfectants

It’s a common belief that to have a clean and healthy facility, every surface must be disinfected. But is all this disinfection necessary? Or instead, are we doing more harm than good? Disinfectants are substances that kill life and are regulated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). In order...
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Cleaning Your Commercial Kitchen

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in six Americans get sick from consuming contaminated food or beverages every year. This isn’t surprising considering commercial kitchens can serve as a hot spot for germs and bacteria if they aren’t properly maintained. Regardless of whether the kitchen...
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Maintenance for your Vacuum

Most of us would never run our cars without changing the oil every 5,000 miles. The same care should apply to your professional carpet cleaning equipment. Regular maintenance and routine inspection can prevent downtime and ensure your equipment and cleaning crews deliver peak performance time after time. Since vacuums are...
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How To Renew an Age-Old Floor

From famous locations like the Museum of Modern Art and Carnegie Hall in New York, NY, to local YMCAs and office buildings, hardwood floors can bring life, beauty and warmth to any space. Yet over time, a hardwood floor may begin to show its age with scuffs, scratches and wear...
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How Green Are You?

Today, there is an urgent call to action to make greener, healthier and more sustainable choices for how we clean our facilities. In fact, for many building service contractors and facility managers, the implementation of green cleaning practices is not just an option; it’s an expectation. “People would be shocked...
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