Learn a few tricks to prevent efflorescence and sealer haze from forming on freshly cleaned tile and grout surfaces.Article
Proper workloading calculations can help to guide equipment choices for various areas of a warehouse, manufacturing plant, or other types of complicated layoutsArticle
Unlike standard janitorial services, construction cleanup requires attention to every surface. From drywall dust to large sawdust and paint-splatter, there’s a wide range of service to implement.Article
Follow these steps to determine which setting to use and how to properly set up the vacuum for your specific job.Article
Hard-surface floor cleaning systems are options for cleaning tile and grout floors—especially for cleaning contractors that also use portable extractors to provide carpet cleaning services for their clients.Article
Many facilities are getting away from traditional flooring, such as vinyl composition tile. This departure can present challenges to cleaning professionals using older methods.Article
While many cleaning professionals are well versed on caring for floors in schools, commercial office buildings, and similar facilities, floor care in an industrial location can be an entirely different ball of wax.Article
Significant wear-and-tear can make cleaning an outdated floor difficult—and in some cases, near impossible.Article
There is a revolution going on in hard floor care that will have a major impact on how floors are both cleaned and restored in the future.
A new generation of floor-cleaning equipment incorporates robotics to provide hands-free operation. This capability is helping schools to become healthier by freeing janitorial staff to clean higher-value areas.
Mats are often underappreciated by facility managers and cleaning workers, even though they are invaluable to a facility. Very simply, mats help to keep facilities clean, healthy, and safe for building users.Article