Carpet extractors are a powerful tool for cleaning and maintaining the carpets in your facility. Like with any janitorial equipment, there may be some issues that require extra attention from you and your cleaning staff. One of the most common and easily preventable issues you may encounter with your carpet extractor is foaming in the recovery tank.
If you’ve been looking for a way to make your cleaning program safer, more efficient, and more sustainable, an orbital floor scrubber may be a good investment for your facility. Orbital scrubbers use advanced technology to make the process of cleaning your facility’s floors easier than with a mop and bucket or a traditional disc automatic floor scrubber.
Did you know you can save between $600-$1200 per pound of soil removal by using a properly maintained entryway matting system? Removing dirt from your facility’s floors through sweeping, vacuuming, and mopping is time-consuming and costly, but using entry mats can dramatically reduce the presence of tracked dirt on your floors helping to save you money on removal costs.
Over the last several years, autonomous cleaning equipment has continually risen in popularity as businesses seek ways to increase cleaning efficiencies and boost staff productivity. Labor shortages, tight budgets, and the ongoing battle against COVID-19 and other viruses, like cold & flu, have only further spiked interest in autonomous cleaning equipment as a way to do more during a cleaning shift. Autonomous cleaning equipment is designed to work remotely and independently, reducing cleaning staff involvement.
Autoscrubbers are valuable in speeding up the process of cleaning the floors in your building. Unfortunately, while using a floor scrubber, you may have noticed a bad odor coming from the machine. When this happens, it may be difficult to know exactly what’s causing it or how to fix it.
Businesses in every market are faced with increased and more intensive cleaning requirements today. As a facility manager, you are likely challenged to find new ways to meet these demands without adding more cleaning staff. This calls for innovative solutions. One way to help your staff meet these new expectations is with the addition of autonomous cleaning equipment.
There are dozens of automatic floor scrubbers on the market today, and choosing the best one will require some thought and consideration. First, you’ll need to identify why you’re looking to invest in a new machine. Then, you’ll need to narrow down the best machine option for your facility based on a number of factors.