How would you define a great product? Does what it's supposed to? Or a little more?
When I first heard of The Soap Co. my thoughts flashed to the hundreds of varieties of soaps we stock- There’s pretty much a soap to suit any preference. I thought, what’s the
use of another? Until I heard their story.
Cleaning & Support Services Association
The CSSA is a Trade Organisation for the cleaning and support service industry. As of February, following a two-year hiatus and the
breakup of the Building Futures Group, the CSSA (Cleaning & Support Services Association) is relaunching.
Welcome to the second edition of my guide to mopping! Yes, we filled up two blogs with infromation on mops! The guide to mopping (part 1) covered the “bundle of strings on the end of a stick” type mops. In this blog we will cover the most interesting (a matter of opinion!) type of mop of all. The flat mop.
an implement consisting of a bundle of thick loose strings attached to a handle, used for wiping floors or other surfaces.
Well, the dictionary makes mops seem like pretty simple objects. In the cleaning industry they can be found in almost every cleaning cupboard and for frequent cleaning of hard floors, there are very few alternatives to a good old-school mop and bucket. However, you'd be surprised how many alternatives there are out there and how important it can be to stock the right one for you!
But surely re-stocking your mops can't be THAT complicated, right?
When it comes to ordering your janitorial supplies its often hard to work out which of the hundreds of options is right for you. Who knew there could be so many varieties of plastic bag!? Even the simplest of decisions can get very complicated, making the wrong one could leave you with a split bag and a pile of waste covering your floor! We want to make your experience as stress free as possible, so we have put together a little guide to bin liners!
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Welcome to the final edition of my three part guide to carpet cleaning, click the links to view Part 1 or Part 2. Controlling soil is the to Key Commercial Carpet Cleaning. We can consider carpet care in four stages, which if carried out systematically should prolong the useful life of your carpets and contribute to a healthier indoor environment. This is the third part of the blog in which I will deal with preventing soilage and carpet preservation.
At Janitorial Express we have a fantastic, dedicated team working to provide our customers with a great service and we believe they should be paid properly for their hard work. We are therefore very happy to announce that we are now an accredited living wage employer!
Welcome to the second edition of my three part guide to carpet cleaning, click here to see part 1. We can consider carpet care in four stages, which if carried out systematically should prolong the useful life of your carpets and contribute to a healthier indoor environment. In this edition I will discuss the four stages of carpet cleaning and touch upon controlling soilage.
In a commercial environment we should consider carpet care as a four step approach which, if carried out systematically, should prolong the life of your carpets and contribute to a healthier indoor environment. These steps are;
Step 1: Controlling Soil
Step 2: Effective Vacuuming
Step 3: Immediate Spotting
Step 4: Periodic Cleaning
In this series of blogs I am going to deal with these processes beginning with 'contolling soil' and will outline the four most common methods of carpet cleaning used in the UK, much of the information is taken for documents commissioned by the Jangro Group. This is not meant to be a comprehensive guide to carpet cleaning, rather an over view of the pros and cons of each particular method . The objective being to help readers choose the most appropriate method of cleaning for their particular carpet and level of soilage.