We have recently looked at the topic of green cleaners and their claims to be environmentally safe. There is so much to cover so before we move on to the next topic, we thought we’d look at it from a purely domestic situation.
The topic of safe household cleaners is hot on everyone’s lips at the moment. What chemicals should we be exposing our household to? What chemicals are truly safe?
Value can mean something different to everyone. For some people, value is based on benefits, for others value is all about price.
The purpose of hygiene coatings is to provide a seamless protective layer on ceilings, walls and floors. This helps prevent the introduction of mould, fungus and bacteria and leaves an easy-to-clean, hygienic finish.
Understanding cleaning chemicals and how best to apply them is the key to our great reputation. For any type of soil and surface, we know what cleaners and detergents will get the job done right every time.
Offering the best possible customer service is an integral part of any company. As a simple measure of good business sense, great customer service is essential for a business to survive.
The term “all purpose” gets thrown around a lot in the domestic cleaning industry. But, the truth is, there is no such thing.
Sodium hypochlorite, the chemical compound of sodium, oxygen and chlorine is what we in the cleaning industry like to call “hypo”.
All food processing plants should undergo regular cleaning and antimicrobial treatments to ensure they meet Food Safety and Food Hygiene compliance.
With summer just around the corner, it’s a good time to think about calling in the professionals for your exterior building maintenance.