Choosing a Floor Scrubber

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A floor scrubber for your business can get more space cleaned in a shorter time than traditional cleaning tools. This can benefit your company in many ways. Your utility personnel doesn’t have to exert more effort, since the machine is expected to do most of the work. This could mean less expenses, considering that you don’t have to pay more workers to do the job.

You have to consider, however, several factors when choosing a scrubber.

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Is a Ride-On Sweeper Right for Your Business?

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Automated cleaning machines are definitely useful when it comes to cutting down on cleaning time as well as utilizing less manpower. For large facilities like warehouses and hospitals, it might take more than a day to clean one floor using traditional cleaning tools or a walk-behind sweeper. A ride-on sweeper can be the right equipment to cut down cleaning time from days to just several hours, with only one or two trained staff manning the sweeper.

The following are important factors to help you determine whether or not this type of cleaning machine is right for your business: Continue reading

Tips for Renting an Industrial Floor Scrubber

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Are you tired of the inefficiency of mopping large areas, but simply cannot justify buying your own floor scrubber? If so, you may be interested in renting out an industrial floor scrubber. In fact, it’s a highly recommended option for those who won’t need to clean their flooring more than twice a month. With that in mind, here are a few tips for renting an industrial floor scrubber:

Know Your Floor Area

Each floor scrubber has a certain cleaning capacity, which is how much floor it can clean in a given amount of time. This is important as it will help you compute how much time it will take to fully clean all the areas you have in mind. If you have an idea of your floor area, you might want to let your rental service know so they can provide you with recommended models. 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

Warehouse Conversions Need Industrial Clean-Up

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There is big money in flipping houses. There is even bigger money in converting warehouse spaces into residential homes. While the concept is the same, the preparation work can be quite different. For instance, cleaning up old lead-based paint chips can cause illness when not performed correctly. Air ducts may be filled with contaminants that can aggravate allergies. Find a solution before entering this arena and watch your investment soar. Continue reading

How to Create an Eco-Friendly Cleaning Company

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From harsh cleaners to power consumption issues, it doesn’t take much for your company’s carbon footprint to increase and spiral out of control. Here is a look at a few tips that will help you keep your company as green as possible in the coming years.

Study Your Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)

An MSDS will give you all the information you need to know about any cleaning materials or chemicals you plan on using. These data sheets should be thoroughly studied by you and all of your employees before you adopt any new products into your cleaning routine. Continue reading