Excessive dust is not typical. If you see a layer of dust settle on surfaces shortly after you finish cleaning, chances are good that one of three factors is responsible: dirty HVAC systems, leaky ducts, or dusty floors.Article
Although today's robotic cleaners are highly advanced, they still need a human touch to operate efficiently. Both humans and their equipment must work together to produce the best result. Here's how.
This ISSA Educational Quick Tip takes a look at PH levels and how they impact your cleaning solutions.Video
Dust is made up of fine particles from paper, skin cells, dirt, and other materials found in the environment. Removing dust accumulation helps prevent symptoms of allergies and asthma.Article
There are three ways to determine if your scrubber's floor pad has reached the end of its life span and needs to be replaced.Article
The following floor cleaning checklist will help facility managers protect floors from the ravages of weather such as snow, ice, mud, and rain.Article
If you look at where we are today compared to where we began, you’ll likely agree that we are light years away from the first attempts to maintain flooring in commercial buildings.Article
Facility managers tasked with protecting hardwood gym floors, such as those in schools or recreation centers, will find creating a gym floor management program a good first step.Article