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Carpet Care

Carpet care has upgraded for the benefit of end users and the environment

September 19, 2010
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After a facility has installed a carpet, the cleaning staff needs to think about several factors so that they can maintain the carpet’s appearance for as long as possible.

Some of those factors include traffic, climate, and facility use.

However, these factors are also variables that cannot be controlled.

Instead there are certain procedures that facility managers can put into play in order to keep these variables from ruining their carpets.

These procedures include cleaning frequently, training their cleaning staff to use chemicals and systems correctly, and choosing the right products for the right jobs.

Traditional products that we are all aware of and have the knowledge of using have been upgraded to far more advanced products that require training before use, but in the end work much more efficiently.

Training is required for complete understanding of newer products, but manufacturers are working hard to make the equipment easier to use, ergonomically designed, and safer for the environment.

In addition to products being easier to use, chemical manufacturers are taking into consideration that older products may have been harmful to the user’s health.

Several manufacturers are reformulating their products to be safer not only for the user’s health, but the environment as well.

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