6 Common Cleaning Products You Should Never Mix

It’s easy to get overwhelmed when you think about tackling a tough cleaning job in your commercial office space. It can be difficult to know which cleaner and disinfectant to use when and where.

However, understanding the types of cleaners and disinfectants that are used and in what way is a safety issue.

When products are combined, they will go through various chemical reactions, which can turn your everyday cleaners into harmful and even toxic gases.

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How to Keep Your Ceiling Tiles Clean and Dirt Free

Last week we talked about 3 key elements to focus on to ensure that your office gives a professional first impression; keep it smelling fresh, clear clutter, and cleaning your carpets.

This week we are going to focus on an often forgotten and not-so-obvious area – your office ceiling.

While you may have been focusing on what is right in front of you, like your floors, office clutter, and restrooms, one of the biggest indicators of an unclean office is your ceiling.

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3 Easy Ways for Your Office to Make a Good Impression

We all know how important first impressions are. A clean and well-maintained office can influence your reputation, make, or break the success of your business, or influence the expectations of your customers and potential new clients.

All in all, creating and maintaining a clean and professional space can help build confidence with your current clients and be the difference in finding or losing new business relationships.

Running a business is no small task and with all its moving parts, it is easy to overlook the cleanliness and accumulating clutter in your commercial office space.

If you are looking to spruce up your space, or even give it a good overhaul, here are the key aspects to keep in mind.

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How to Reduce Allergies in the Workplace

A lackluster cleaning routine, especially during allergy season, can leave workplaces dusty and wreaking havoc on the health of employees and visitors. Dealing with allergies at work can often be difficult as dust and other allergens can aggravate asthma and cause wheezing, sneezing, and eye irritation. Allergies can impact workplace productivity, increase sick days, and make your employees miserable.

Ensuring that your office environment is as clean possible is an essential part of keeping staff, clients, and other visitors as healthy and comfortable as possible.

Reduce the impact of allergens in your office by following a few simple steps to help keep your employees healthy and happy.

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Uninvited Guests: Stop Pests from Setting Up Shop in Your Office

No matter how clean your office environment is, at some point you may encounter unwanted pests in your workplace. As we move into the summer months, many pests such as rodents, ants, flies, gnats, roaches, wasps become more active.

Offices that have been closed, or housed fewer employees due to the pandemic, have provided a quiet place for these little creatures to live without much deterrence. If insects or rodents are allowed to settle into your space, it can be incredibly difficult to get rid of them. In this post, we go into detail about how to prevent pests from invading your office this summer.

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Special Considerations for Cleaning an Open Office Effectively

Cleaning an office isn’t as simple as it may sound. There are a variety of office setups, including offices with fully closed-off spaces with doors, offices with semi-open cubicles, open offices with large tables, chairs, and benches for seating, and even offices with a combination of those setups.

All office types should not be treated equally when it comes to having an effective cleaning protocol in place. In this post we will discuss what an open office is and some unique elements to consider when creating a comprehensive cleaning protocol. Out of all the types of office setups open offices tend to present the greatest opportunity for the spread of germs and bacteria.

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Understanding the Science Behind Anti-Microbial Germ Killing Technology

In a world of heightened awareness around cleaning and disinfecting, a person can feel like they need a degree in organic chemistry just to figure out which is the right cleaner to buy. Rest assured, you are not alone. In this post, we are going to talk about anti-microbial cleaners, what they are, how they work, and their benefits.

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How Much Cleaning and Disinfecting is too Much in School Classrooms?

As we look forward to the re-opening of schools and businesses, it’s important for us to re-examine the model of constant cleaning and disinfecting that most people adopted as the new normal in an effort to protect us from COVID-19.

Over the last year, our understanding of coronavirus and COVID-19 has rapidly evolved. Now as experts learn more about how the coronavirus is spread, the most recent research has raised questions about what the appropriate amount of cleaning is, and if the disinfection protocols we have been using are appropriate to support other COVID-19 prevention measures used in schools.

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What is a Day Porter and Why Might You Need One?

When it comes to upholding your building’s presentation, there are many factors to consider. You’ve got to worry about tables, floors, lighting, trash, recycling, replenishment— and that’s just the interior aspect of your building. You’ve also got windows, sidewalks, parking lots, and landscaping as part of your building’s exterior maintenance. While these tasks can seem plentiful and overwhelming, there is help available at your disposal. Your building’s entryway is the first thing a client sees before they walk inside, and if you prefer to retain rather than deter them, then daily upkeep is needed.

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How to Keep Employees Safe Until the COVID-19 Vaccine is Available

Although the long-awaited vaccine is well on its way, the surge of new COVID-19 cases continues to rise as we head deeper into the winter months. The vaccine is set to be given out in phases where frontline healthcare and essential workers will be the first to receive it, followed by adults 65 and over or with underlying medical conditions, and eventually the rest of the general population.

As we all wait for the vaccine’s timely distribution, we must continue to follow safety protocols and keep our spaces properly cleaned in order to help reduce the spread of the virus. One way to ensure your facility is clean and safe is to utilize the power of electrostatic disinfecting technology done by certified technicians who work for a company that has been an industry expert for years, like we are.

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