When to Use a Ride-On Sweeper to Clean Your Commercial Establishment

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Cleanliness is vital to any business. Not only does it add appeal to your commercial establishment, but it also keeps your employees and customers safe. This is why maintaining a set of cleaning tools is necessary to maintain a business property.

While traditional cleaning tools, such as brooms or mops, can be used in smaller spaces, they’re no longer enough if you a have a big building that needs regular cleaning. You need industrial cleaning machines that are durable and easy to use. Because your staff will save time and energy when cleaning, an investment in such equipment becomes cost-effective.

A ride-on sweeper, particularly, is among the most commonly used and beneficial pieces of cleaning equipment that businesses use. There are factors that will help you determine the best time to invest in one. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2kEYYrH

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These Mistakes Waste Money When Buying an Industrial Floor Scrubber

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Gone are the days when cleaning floors at commercial establishments involved a pail of water, soap and a strong back. With industrial floor cleaning machines, businesses are now able to maintain cleanliness easier and more efficiently. Floor scrubbers, for one, can keep your building presentable and fresh as a primary cleaning tool.

Because a range of models exists in the market, businesses may find it challenging to make a buying decision. They often commit mistakes that result in a waste of money. You must be aware of these mistakes to buy the floor scrubber that best meets your needs.

Neglecting the Availability of Replacement Parts

It’s easy to disregard the thought of replacement parts should your recently purchased machine break down, because it’s still new to you. However, preparing for malfunctions can help you make the right purchasing decision. Because the parts to a floor scrubber aren’t generic—meaning they are specific to certain makes or models—you need to ensure that its replacement parts are easily available.

Having to wait for weeks or even months for such parts will get in the way of your maintenance schedule. Make sure that the machine’s parts, such as pad driver or brush, battery charger, water solenoid valve, and squeegee blade set, can easily be replaced. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2lqcIdR

Increase Your Business’ Productivity with a Riding Floor Scrubber

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powerboss2Commercial spaces can be hard to keep clean. While many businesses employ people to clean using a manual mop and bucket, this is a very ineffective way of removing dirt, bacteria and residue. Rather than removing dirt and grime, a mop will just dilute and spread the dirt to another area, thus any bacteria will have just spread instead of being eliminated. The best way to combat the high cost of cleaning workspaces is to invest in industrial sweepers and scrubbers.

There are two main types of industrial floor scrubbers, and each one is suitable for different types of floor space.

Riding Floor Scrubber

A riding floor scrubber, although requiring a larger initial monetary outlay, can greatly reduce your labor costs over time. This is the best type of floor scrubber to invest in if you have a large commercial space. Read more from this blog http://bit.ly/2kEZNS9

An Industrial Floor Sweeper Can Make Your Employees Safer at Work

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If you own commercial space, then you will know how important health and safety is, both from a legal standpoint and a cost point of view. Having poor health and safety standards can have a big knock on effect in your business, such as higher sickness rates, work related injuries and low staff retention. By investing in quality industrial floor cleaning machines, you can make your workplace safer for your employees and reduce the costs involved with regular cleaning.
Trip Hazards

The accumulation of debris and trash on your floors will lead to an increase in potential tripping hazards for your staff. Without a proper plan in place to reduce debris buildup, you can find yourself liable for any injuries that your employees sustain if they fall or trip over it. While you can have people sweep the floors manually, it is a very time consuming task that would likely require a dedicated employee or more depending on the size of your workspace. Read more from this blog http://bit.ly/2klSS4a

What to Use on Floors: Sweeper, Scrubber, or Both?

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When a business decides to invest in industrial cleaning equipment, many are unsure exactly what to choose. The last thing they want is to waste money on a machine that isn’t suitable or incur costly repairs should the machine malfunction or be used incorrectly. So, just when should you use industrial sweepers and scrubbers? Does your business need both? Continue reading

Floor Sweepers Streamline Your Cleaning Process

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Does your staff spend hours cleaning the floor manually to comply with health and safety regulations? You are far better off introducing an automated floor sweeper to your cleaning routine.

The Hazards of Floor Debris

Many businesses deal with dirt and debris on a daily basis. Artisans may leave excess materials on the ground, construction workers often leave sawdust, shards or plastic around their feet, while stock warehouses or grocers may leave spills in their aisles. Requiring staff to go around cleaning up after all that takes up precious time that may be better spent elsewhere. Continue reading