Unfortunately, not everyone washes his or her hands after using the toilet. A CDC study showed that only 31% of men and 65% of women do so. Further, one study showed only about 5% of people actually wash their hands for the CDC-recommended 20 seconds or more. That means lots of people are walking out of the bathroom and touching the door and knobs with germy hands.
This is a question that gets asked a lot. Is it worth spending £45 + to reapair a vacuum cleaner that is three years old when a new machine is less than £100?
Confused by the technical jargon or buying refuse sacks, or are you buying a sack which is too strong for your application? This 3 step-guide helps to simplify the jargon to help you chose the right type, size and thickness.
Ever heard of 5S?
Many will have heard of 5S in manufacturing. Now it is finding its way into the cleaning world and its doing great things.
Should you be using a slow or high speed rotary?
Often we see the wrong speed rotary machine being used for a task and there seems to be a lot of confusion surrounding which speed machine should be used where.
They say you can't judge a book by its cover, or perhaps a website by its homepage, but first impressions count, right?
The first day of a cleaning contract can make a big difference to the way the client perceives you, and your long-term relationship. Here's 4 ideas to make a big impression:
You can tell a lot from your cleaning cupboards about the standard of cleaning across your facility.
An effectively managed cleaning cupboard will have visual controls and be as it is found at the end of every shift. Easier said than done, right? Here's 3 simple steps to help you get you on your way there...
Generally the largest cost with cleaning is wages. It goes without saying that if you can reduce the amount of man hours needed, you will reduce the cost of the operation.
Everyone wants to cut costs, but fortunately not everyone wants to lower standards.
How can you reduce man hours without lowering cleaning standards?
The EU are changing the goalposts again on vacuum cleaners. This time the rated input power of vacuums now has to be below 900W and they are tightening the regulations to ensure all vacuums sold in Europe are more efficient.
Here's everything you need to know.