Anyone who has ever worked in a commercial kitchen knows the landscape is primed for injury.
Floorcare is typically one of the most labor-intensive and costly tasks in the professional cleaning industry.
For managers and workers in the JanSan industry, one of the biggest considerations is the hard floor surface and its cleaning and maintenance requirements.
Before autoscrubbers, floors in airports, train stations and other large facilities were dust mopped and then cleaned using mops and buckets
Most of North America greeted 2014 with some unusually cold weather along with snow, ice and chilling winds. For cleaning professionals, this type of weather can cause an array of cleaning and safety related problems.
To help cleaning professionals better understand the concept of foot traffic, this month's Power-Flite Troubleshooter provides the following guidelines.
The keys to current maintenance practices are promoting long-term floor life while meeting the immediate requirements of providing a healthy, safe environment.
A year ago, Powr-Flite, a leading manufacturer of floorcare equipment, began a monthly news advisory called the "Powr-Flite Floor Care Troubleshooter."
Reducing cleaning-related hazards — including slippery floors, poor indoor air quality and handling and mixing chemicals — can help make any facility much safer.
Less than 2013.
More than 2013.