A popular TV character in the 1980s frequently quipped, “I love it when a plan comes together.” And, as this month’s issue of Cleaning & Maintenance Management was developed and finalized, it seemed this quote was fitting.
Restrooms present problems because they are frequently used by building occupants, staff and visitors.
In venues that are aiming for upscale audiences and luxurious looks, restrooms are also part of the equation.
Efficient completion of project cleaning is more important than ever before for cleaning professionals.
A risk management plan can be established by identifying and assessing risks and then developing strategies to manage them.
A restroom cleaning checklist helps ensure that all areas of a restroom, especially fixtures, key surfaces, and high touch areas, are cleaned each time and every time.
You finished your pop, but where to stop? Cintas poll cites top factors for where people stop to use the restroom when traveling long distances by car.
Industry experts discussed the state of the public restroom and explored the cleaning challenges that these rooms offer.
Despite being a top priority, reducing bioburden in the restroom is a tough job in an already challenging environment.
Electric dryers have been modernized with sleek designs coupled with energy-efficient technologies reducing noise, eliminating germs and often drying hands in 15 seconds or less.
Less than 2013.
More than 2013.