Did you know that you can disinfect surfaces and objects in your facility without using a chemical disinfectant? Chemical disinfectants are the most common way to inactivate germs on various surfaces and objects, however, newer alternative methods like UV-C disinfection are available to achieve a reduced number of germs without bringing potentially dangerous substances into an area.
Do you need multiple pieces of industrial packaging tape to effectively seal your commercial boxes and containers for transport? Have you noticed that your tape isn’t actually sticking to the materials being shipped?
With labor being the most costly expense for most facilities, finding ways to make cleaning your building quicker and easier for your janitorial team is likely a high priority for your business.
New janitorial innovations are hitting the market daily, making it easier for janitorial personnel to clean and maintain the areas in their facility. You’ve likely encountered common issues, like malfunctioning dispensers, under or over diluted chemicals, or concerns caused by chemicals in the air or on surfaces. Innovative cleaning solutions can help you avoid the issues that impact your cleaning processes.
Quite often, the design of your commercial restrooms may be in need of a make-over to create an enhanced and cohesive look in your facility. Outdated restrooms can appear unclean and increase the amount of time your guests spend in your restroom. Updating your commercial restroom once in a while can help maintain your customers’ positive experiences in your facility. Performing a makeover to your commercial restroom will help enhance the image of your restroom and make it easier for your janitorial staff to keep the bathroom in your restaurant clean.
Have you noticed a recurring bad smell in your facility’s restrooms? Smelly restrooms signal to the people in your building that the area is not properly maintained and they need to be cautious while using and interacting with the objects and surfaces in your restroom. If the restrooms in your facility have a foul odor, people are more likely to believe that your entire business is dirty, despite having a clean appearance.
Did you know that your guests can leave your restroom with twice the amount of germs on their hands than when they entered? Using the restroom requires the people in your building to touch multiple surfaces and objects. Whether they’re touching the doors, toilet flush valves, or faucets, there’s a high risk of spreading germs throughout your facility, especially if they don’t clean their hands before leaving. While some people may just choose not to wash their hands, one of the most common reasons people skip the wash process is empty soap dispensers. If the people in your building don’t have access to hand soap or sanitizer in your restroom, they can spread germs that cause unpleasant illnesses like salmonella, E. Coli, norovirus, and other respiratory viruses.