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Hygiene Tips For Returning To Office Post-Lockdown

As businesses continue to open, they are faced with many challenges to help keep their workforce and the customers safe. I came across this article from Welcome to the Jungle that has some great information and insight on some of the practices to follow to ensure your own safety as

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Advice On Restoring The Splendor Of Floors

Source: cleanlink.com | Repost 10/24/2019 – Many floor finishes can be stripped, sealed and polished. This process removes dirt, glue, carpets or the old top finish – replacing it with a new protective coating and creating beautifully shiny floors which enhance the overall look of the building. Most floors should be stripped

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How Often Should You Have Your Windows Cleaned

Source: atyourbusiness.com | Re-Post System4 7/25/2019 – You want your office windows looking clean and clear. How often should you call window cleaning services? These factors influence how often to call the pros.How clean are your office windows? A good view and a good amount of natural light give the office a

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Floor Care: Covering the Basics

Source: cleanlink.com | Re-Post System4 6/6/2-19 – Floor care has long been considered an essential service for nearly every building service contractor. Most film and television depictions of cleaning employees, after all, show a janitor with a mop and bucket. Of course, the mop-and-bucket method won’t work for every flooring

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Choose Mats That Prevent Slips And Falls

Source: cleanlink.com | Re-Post System4 1/17/2019 – Some facilities eschew matting for fear it will result in dangerous and potentially costly trips and falls. Those concerns aren’t without merit. “There’s no question that if they aren’t installed and secured properly, mats can create trip hazards for people, especially those using

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Treating the Outside of Your Facility for Snow & Ice

 It’s winter in the Midwest. Not only is it cold but temperatures are freezing and can cause torturous environments for commercial buildings. Conditions during these colder months require that facility managers step up their game when it comes to snow and ice removal and maintaining a safe exterior. In fact,

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How To Prep Your Facility For Winter

Source: blog.hpproducts.com | Re-Post System4 10/26/2017 –  When it comes to cleaning and maintaining your building, “The winter season is the most difficult time of the year,” explains Jim Smith, product expert at HP Products. There are numerous tasks you can accomplish to properly prepare your facility for winter, both

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Beyond Floors And Fixtures In The Bathroom

Source: cmmonline.com | Re-Post System4 9/14/2017 –  The Kohl Children’s Museum in Glenview, IL, welcomes more than 300,000 visitors to its facility each year. During its peak season, the museum may see as many as 34,000 visitors on a given month. No matter how you slice it or dice it, that’s

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Proper Care Of Your Carpets

Source: cleanlink.com | Re-Post System4 5/11/2017 –  It is often said that we learn from our mistakes. But when it comes to carpet care, there is no room for error. Using the wrong products or processes can result in permanent damage, impacting the carpet’s appearance and lifespan. But perhaps the

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Warm Weather Prep for Your Facility

Source: hpproducts.com | Re-Post System4 4/6/2017 –  The days are getting longer, the mercury is rising, and the first flashes of green can be seen among the sleepy shrubs in your facility’s landscaping. It’s time to prepare for the warm seasons by making sure the property and the employees caring

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Why Use Microscrubbers to Clean Floors

Source: cleanlink.com | Re-Post System4 3/16/2016 –  While the mop-and-bucket mentality still prevails in many custodial departments, more facilities are investing in small, compact microscrubbers to improve efficiency and elevate the level of cleanliness. Ranging in size from 13 to 17 inches, these compact floor machines often serve dual functions,

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Your Business Should Be Clean, Safe and Stunning

Source: alltopstartups.com | Re-Post System4 11/8/2016 Think about your business property for a moment. Is it stunning, stylish, and safe? If the answer to any of these questions is no, then you’ve got a problem, A business property needs to tick these boxes if you want to impress people. It’s particularly

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Proper Cleaning Techniques For Safe And Spotless Floors

Source: centuryproductsllc.com | Re-Post System4 10/26/2016 –  The National Restaurant Association reports that slips and falls are the largest liability for restaurants. More than 3 million employees and 1 million customers get hurt each year from slips and falls, costing the restaurant industry about $2 billion annually. That’s a lot

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Caring for Concrete – Tips For Extending The Life Of Your Floor

Orig Post www.cmmonline.com | Re-Post System4 – 10/5/2015 During the past year, the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) has focused more and more on the cleaning and maintenance of concrete floors. There’s a good reason for this: The popularity of concrete in commercial and residential settings is increasing.

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PRSM Association White Paper Explores the Importance of Clean

Orig Post prsm.com | Re-Post System4 9/2/2015 How retail facility management professionals can help brands meet both shopper and brand cleaning expectations in a competitive environment. DALLAS, TX – August 20, 2015 – The Professional Retail Store Maintenance Association (PRSM), the authority on retail, multi-site facilities management has issued a new white paper

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Emerging Floor Care Trends

Orig Post cmmonline.com | RePost System4 8/25/15 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. We are in the beginning phases of eliminating the need to strip, burnish, and refinish hard surface

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How Time and Motion Studies Help You Calculate Cleaning Costs

Orig Post – HowToCleanAnything.com | Re-Post So-Mark 7/21/15 A significant percentage of the Maintenance, Repairs and Operation budget is spent on janitorial or custodial services. In fact, the average is 30% of an MRO budget is spent on custodial services which is more than the next five expense items combined.

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Five Facility Maintenance Best Practices

Orig Post 4/16/14 CleanLink | Re-Post 4/7/15 “Community health starts with clean facilities,” said Tim Rasmussen, ITW marketing director. “Organizations must ensure their spaces meet industry cleaning standards and provide employees with the necessary resources to protect themselves while on the job.” The company offers the following tips for maintaining

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