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How to Clean Gym Mats

4/7/14 8:51 AM

How to Clean Your Gym Mats

By Rick Schott Circle the author on Google+

We have all heard horror stories about people catching deadly viruses and diseases from various environments. As a business owner of a facility with a greater likelihood and possibility for diseases as such to rise, it is important that you take cleanliness and sanitation very serious. In this particular article we go over the several steps that you can take in order to greatly reduce the risk of such outbreaks in bacteria.

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Posted in News By elliot germinaro

Tips for Cleaning Your Gym Mats

By Rick Schott Circle the author on Google+

The health and wellbeing of your customers and employees in very important to you and keeping your facility clean and safe is a critical part of that program.  Below are some key tips to making sure the mats in your facility are clean and safe.

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Posted in News By Tammy Schumann

What is the difference between the Tennant 5680 & the Tennant 5700 ?

By Rick Schott Circle the author on Google+

Many people ask us to explain the difference between the Tennant 5680 walk behind scrubber and the Tennant 5700 walk behind scrubber. Take a look at this.

 

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Posted in News By Tammy Schumann

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IRS Section 179 Can Help Pay for Tools to Increase Productivity

By Rick Schott Circle the author on Google+

    Take it while we still have it!  Every business that spends less than $800,000 per year in capital purchases can fully depreciate (deduct the purchase price from their income) up to $250,000 this year.  You have to purchase the equipment before 12/31/2013.  That does not mean you have to pay for it!  You can take delivery now, write it off, and pay for it later.

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Posted in News By Tammy Schumann

Buying a Floor Scrubber or Sweeper will $ave You Money!

By Rick Schott Circle the author on Google+

It seems more and more companies are looking for ways to save money.  Whether it is due to the economy or in an effort to just cut overall costs, companies are looking for ways to save money.  One way to help is to look at the option to either purchase or lease a scrubber.

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Posted in News By Tammy Schumann

Dock Safety, Don't let your Floor Scrubber/Sweeper Fall Off

By Rick Schott Circle the author on Google+

 In my 25 years of selling floor cleaning equipment I have received the following phone call at least 20 times: “Can you come over here and take a look at our floor scrubber?  Someone drove it off the loading dock last night”.  Hard to believe, but I just got that same call today and thought it was time to share some simple common sense ideas to help prevent this from happening

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Posted in News By Tammy Schumann

Cut Labor Cost, Save Money and  Enjoy a Clean & Safe Facility

By Rick Schott Circle the author on Google+

Over 90% of the cost of cleaning a building is the labor to do it.  Using a floor scrubber is a far more efficient and effective way to get a floor clean.  We estimate that walk behind floor scrubbers clean 10 – 20 times faster than mopping.  Riders can clean up to 30 times faster depending on their size. 

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Posted in News By Tammy Schumann

Is Your Concrete Floor Causing Dust?

By Rick Schott Circle the author on Google+

My first summer job way back when was at an industrial distribution warehouse.  One of my jobs was sweeping the concrete floors. I swept and swept, but there was always what seemed like a never ending cycle of more and more dust. It got all over everything. Where was all of this dust coming from?

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Posted in News By Tammy Schumann

Which Machine Do You Need, a Floor Sweeper or Scrubber?

By Rick Schott Circle the author on Google+

When a new customer who has never used floor cleaning equipment contacts me for the first time, they almost always want a quote on a floor scrubber. I like to do a survey of the customer’s facility to get a really good idea of what the customer is trying to accomplish. What I often find is one of two things. One typical situation is a customer that has been sweeping the floor by hand and is either too busy, or the facility has expanded, making sweeping by hand impractical. The other typical situation is a very dirty facility, that has done little or no cleaning in the past, and some change, either new management or an impending event has forced the company to clean up.

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Posted in News By Tammy Schumann

Best Floor Scrubber in America, Tennant 5700

By Rick Schott Circle the author on Google+

Tennant charges more for their walk behind scrubbers than almost any of their competitors.  A used Tennant 5700 scrubber sells for almost twice what any competitors does.  Why is it that this machine outsells every other brand new and used?

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Posted in News By Laura H

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