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July 2014 Cover Feature

Navigating New Technology

Charting the most beneficial turns in today’s cleaning market.
Phillip Lawless, Editor
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Even in the age of smart homes and high-tech office buildings, cleaning remains a stable, if somewhat traditional, industry.


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July 2014 Feature 3

The GHS Challenge

The Renewable Cleaning response .
Ruben Rives
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GHS is a United Nations effort to help the world consistently identify and handle hazardous chemicals to protect people and the environment across borders.


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An Infection Control Checklist

Jenn Schneider
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Infection control can be found in educational facilities and other buildings where the main concern is effective cleaning practices.


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February 2014 Feature 2

A Better Way To Clean

How microfiber cleaning products help get the job done faster and safer.
Jenn Schneider
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Microfiber cleaning solutions include high-performance dust and wet mop pads, surface cleaning tools, hardware and mopping systems.


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Cleaning With Colors

Eric Gaudet
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Nearly all industries benefit from using colors to clean, including medical centers, hotels, restaurants, schools, daycares and nursing homes.


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December 2013 Feature 4

Avoiding Repetitive Motion Injuries

Choosing the right mop size is as important as selecting the right type of mop for the job.
Brett Haney
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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, RMIs lead to an average of 18 lost work days per injury.


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May 2013

Asking More from Cleaning Textiles

As cleaning practices change, the textiles you choose becomes paramount.
Brett Haney
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Because of economics and green cleaning initiatives, chemicals are playing a less important role in cleaning than ever before; we now need our mops, towels and dusters to be able to pick up the slack.


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Ask The Experts

ICAN/ATEX: When can I use microfiber without chemicals?

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Ask The Experts

ICAN/ATEX: What are the trends regarding string mops and microfiber?

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January 2013 Maintenance Matters

Cleaning High-tech Equipment

Maintaining hygienic cleanliness in the built environment often means coming into contact with sensitive electronic equipment that requires regular dusting and disinfection.
Evelyn Clarkson
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If sensitive electronics are not regularly cleaned and maintained, they can fail, become damaged or require frequent and often expensive replacement.


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