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February 2017 In Focus

Tackling Tough Facility Odors

And one of the toughest problems for cleaning professionals

Odor: It is a problem in commercial facilities that stinks, but it’s a top concern and one of the most difficult problems confronting cleaning professionals today.


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Odor Control

In Focus February 2017

According to survey data collected by Cleaning and Maintenance Management, 65 percent of building service contractors and 79 percent of in-house facility managers are in charge of purchasing odor control products and chemicals. Below are several products that can help their cleaning crews tackle these troublesome areas by not only removing odors, but their sources, as well.


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November/December 2015 Tips From the Trainers

What’s that Smell?

Identify the cause of restroom odors to wipe them out

What causes the persistent restroom odor that just won’t go away, regardless of the cleaning chemical used or the cleaning process applied?


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May 2014 Tackling Trouble Areas

Developing An Eco-friendly Odor Management Strategy

Relying on chemical-based air fresheners can pose serious risks to public health.

All too often, facility managers rely on synthetic fragrance solutions to deal with odor challenges. These solutions are typically chemical-based and can actually pose significant health threats, particularly in schools and hospitals.


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November 2013 Feature 6

Achieving Complete Restroom Care

Effective disinfection and deodorizing options help address one of the industry’s biggest challenges.

According to a recent survey, two-thirds of consumers would refuse to patronize establishments such as restaurants or hotels with dirty restrooms, and more than half said they would likely review a business more negatively — online or offline — based on whether the restroom was clean.


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September 2013 Feature 2

One Foul Odor Can Impact The Bottom Line

Losing any part of the cleaning battle can have major financial consequences.

From hotels to restaurants to fitness centers, most successful businesses employ aggressive cleaning strategies. Despite this, it’s all too common these plans don’t always include preparations for dealing with unpleasant odors — proactively and reactively.


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