It’s time we all start becoming clever in how we use water to clean and maintain our clients’ facilities.
A freshly polished floor makes a great first impression, not only aesthetically, but it shows that the entire facility is well cared for and clean.
Cintas Corp. shows the difference between cleaning hard and cleaning smart.
Last month I attended two industry training workshops hosted by ISSA, the worldwide cleaning industry association.
Industry experts discussed the state of the public restroom and explored the cleaning challenges that these rooms offer.
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
Keeping baseboards clean should be considered part of any comprehensive floor cleaning plan.
Daily restroom upkeep