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Fall Cleaning

Cleaning Outdoor Areas

Cleaning outdoor areas is just as important as cleaning inside your business. Outdoor areas are the first things customers will notice when they approach your business. Piles of trash and other debris could be a big turnoff, costing you customers and money. They could also be dangerous for your customers and staff. That’s why it’s […]

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Grout and Tile Cleaning Tools and Tips

This blog covers a lot about proper floor care when it comes to mopping and sweeping. Those floor care techniques aren’t always enough to clean tile flooring. Cleaning tile and grout poses a unique challenge, as it is not an even surface and dirt can get stuck in and even stain your grout. That can […]

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Five Steps for Restaurant Sustainability

Many restaurants are looking for new ways to go green and maintain sustainable business practices. A main method of going green in the restaurant industry is by utilizing locally-sourced foods from nearby farms and other suppliers. However, there are other methods businesses can use to go green, including in their cleaning and sanitation efforts. 1. […]

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4 Steps to Reducing Cross-Contamination

Cross-contamination is a huge concern in the foodservice industry. Concerns are not only about keeping your restaurant clean but also preventing potentially deadly foodborne illnesses. Spending the time to ensure you are taking the proper steps to avoid cross-contamination will benefit your business. In fact, restaurant cleanliness ranks second only to food quality in a […]

Cleaning The Mystery Smell In Your Bathroom

Cleaning Germ Hot Spots in your Restroom

I recently participated in a LinkedIn discussion based on this article about disinfecting restroom touch points. The article starts with the question “Which is more important: disinfecting a floor in a restroom or disinfecting the stall latch?” It’s an interesting question with an answer that might not seem so obvious. The answer is the second […]

4 steps to reducing cross contamination

Industrial vs. Household Cleaning Supplies

When you choose your cleaning supplies, knowing where and how you’ll use them is a main factor.  That goes beyond whether those tools are designed for the restroom, kitchen or outdoors. If you are buying for a restaurant or other business, it’s important to take into account whether your supplies are designed for industrial or […]

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Seven Green Cleaning Tips for Homes & Businesses

Green cleaning is a popular concept. Whether it’s making your own cleaning supplies using natural ingredients or choosing reusable cleaning tools, there are ways out there for everyone to become a little greener. Here are seven simple green cleaning  tips for homes and businesses: Invest in reusable supplies. I mentioned this above; finding tools you […]

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Five Cleaning Tips to Reduce Allergens

If you’re like me, the warmer spring weather means allergies. That means itchy, watery eyes, scratchy throats, sneezing and coughing. In fact, an estimated 40 million Americans suffer from allergies, and going inside isn’t always the answer for relief. Allergens can make their way into your home or business, causing more allergy symptoms to those […]