Takeout and delivery services have been a lifeline for many foodservice operations as we continue to deal with the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic. There seems to be no end in sight for the increasing popularity even as the economy begins to reopen in many areas. We can assume takeout and delivery will remain the norm for the foreseeable future. As a result, it will be imperative that you’re providing your guests with the same experience at home as they would receive in-house. When your guests sit down to eat, they want their meal to look and taste great. They’ll also want it to be at the right temperature. However, sometimes as hard you try, it is just not possible to control whether your food products will be delivered on time and at the right temperature, or if your guests will choose to enjoy it as soon as they pick it up.
Cleaning and disinfecting is the best way to remove germs from surfaces and to prevent illness from occurring in your facility. In any facility, the two main types of surfaces are hard and soft surfaces. Most EPA-registered disinfectants clearly state their ability to be used on “hard, nonporous surfaces.” This leaves many questioning how to disinfect soft surfaces. While some disinfecting chemicals have a claim for “soft surfaces,” this is actually a sanitizing claim.
As foodservice operations continue to deal with the effects of Coronavirus, many have been forced to make changes to comply with government regulations and new guest demands. Some states have capacity restrictions on indoor dining, while others are only allowing for outdoor dining and takeout. While some operators have chosen to stay closed to avoid the risk of an outbreak in their facility, many others have now reopened with changes in the way they run their business. Most commonly, businesses have shifted their service models to offer safer service options such as contactless curbside pickup and delivery.
In any commercial building, hard flooring is susceptible to irritating and unsightly scuff marks. Although not damaging, scuff marks ruin the appearance of bright shiny floors.
Commercial wet mops are an important tool in most every facility. They are the traditional, go-to tool for cleaning spill prone spots, periodically maintaining heavy traffic areas, and several other floor cleaning procedures. With the right mopping technique, they can be effective in removing soils from hard floor surfaces. It’s important to use the right technique so spots aren't missed, otherwise allowing germs and soils to remain on the surface.
Selecting the best automatic floor scrubber for your facility will ensure your custodial staff can be as productive as possible. Autoscrubbers can enhance your facility’s level of clean, improve worker productivity, and shorten cleaning times. The best auto floor scrubber for your facility will be based on your facility’s size and budget. However, as you search for the best automatic floor scrubber to maintain your facility’s floors, you will likely realize that there are several different models available. Each autoscrubber offers several unique features and benefits. To help you narrow down the options, we shared a list of the best stand on and ride on scrubbers of 2020 and that list includes the TASKI® Swingo XP–R.
As you search for the best automatic floor scrubber to maintain your facility’s floors, you will likely realize that there are several different models available. Each autoscrubber offers several unique features and benefits. Selecting the best automatic floor scrubber for your facility will be based on your facility’s size and budget. To help you narrow down the options, we shared a list of the best walk behind floor scrubbers of 2020 and that list includes the Clarke® CA30™ 20B.
Gloves, a form of personal protection equipment (PPE), are one of the first lines of defense in protecting workers from injury and other serious health risks. As the 2019 Coronavirus situation continues there is a high demand for personal protection equipment, including gloves. As a result, it may be difficult to get the gloves your facility currently uses and you may need to identify other gloves that can meet your needs. Gloves are used in several industries for many different applications. Choosing the best and safest glove will require you to consider several factors to identify what glove materials will be effective in your facility.
As the demand for more sustainable buildings continues to grow, the importance of green cleaning and maintenance procedures have never been more important. In nearly every market, including healthcare, education, hospitality, and elsewhere, more sustainable practices have become a main focus. Whether you are looking to achieve LEED certification or meet rising demand, finding ways to integrate more sustainable practices into your cleaning and maintenance program and ultimately increase your building’s sustainability is important. In any facility with hard floors, floor care procedures like stripping and finishing are necessary to keep them looking great.
Selecting the best automatic floor scrubber for your business isn't always easy. There are several different types, sizes, and models, all with varying features to consider. Walk behind floor scrubbers, like the TASKI® swingo® 1655, are great for larger facilities that need to quickly and efficiently complete floor cleaning procedures. But, how do you know which is the best choice when there are so many options? To help you identify the best auto floor scrubber for your business, we compiled a list of the 4 Best Walk Behind Automatic Floor Scrubbers of 2020. One of the machines on that list is the TASKI® swingo® 1655 walk behind floor scrubber.