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Tips for Storing Floor Cleaning Equipment

Taking care of your floor cleaning equipment prolongs its life and allows you to get more bang for your buck. High quality machines designed to increase workplace safety, maintain your floors, and protect them from damage must be taken care of...

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Posted in News By Allison Hopkins

When is Renting Smarter than Owning?

You’re a mid-sized business that needs a floor scrubber around on a regular basis for routine cleaning, to gain the health and safety benefits of using a scrubber, and to keep your reputation up and labor costs down. Should you rent or buy the machine?

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Posted in News By Allison Hopkins

Floor Scrubber Squeegees 101

1/24/2018 3:13 PM

Floor Scrubber Squeegees 101

One key advantage of using an industrial floor scrubber is the ability to leave floors virtually bone dry immediately after they have been...

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Posted in News By elliot germinaro

Tips to Avoid Damaging Your Machine

We often talk about what you should do to maintain your floor cleaning equipment. Empty and clean your tanks after every use. Rotate your brushes regularly. Water your ...

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Posted in News By elliot germinaro

How Equipment Purchases can Put Thousands Back in Your Pocket

If you purchased or plan to purchase new or used equipment in 2017, you could potentially put thousands of dollars back in your pocket. That’s right, thousands. And if you financed your equipment, it can ...

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Avoid These 7 Floor Cleaning Shortcuts

Let’s face it, we all like to cut corners from time to time. We’re all guilty of it. There are times when it is genuinely helpful, like opting for take-out rather than making that home-cooked meal, and ...

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Posted in News By elliot germinaro

Remove Flood Water Fast

9/12/2017 1:42 PM

Removing Flood Water Fast

While preparing for the impacts of massive, unpredictable storms like Hurricane Irma, which create catastrophic damage to homes and businesses...

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Posted in News By elliot germinaro

Tennant T500's Smart-Fill Battery Watering Saves Money

Finally after decades of dealing with the problem of poor battery maintenance on floor scrubbers Tennant has come up with the solution on their T500 Walk-Behind Scrubber. It is called Smart-Fill...

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Do scrubber and sweeper operators have to be trained to OSHA standards?

By Rick Schott Circle the author on Google+

While it may not take a rocket scientist to figure out a walk-behind scrubber or sweeper, some riding machines can be difficult to operate if not trained properly. Because OSHA has determined that this type of equipment is not classified as a powered industrial truck, it need not meet any requirements for section 1910.178.

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Posted in News By Samantha Woody

The mop is not the enemy -

the good, the bad, and the ugly

By Rick Schott Circle the author on Google+

Not many products that were invented over 100 years ago are still as widely used as the mop. The mop was invented in 1893 and it wasn’t until 57 years later that we saw the sponge mop, so it must be doing something right. With all things involving cleaning floors, there are ways to increase productivity and sanitation. It doesn’t make sense to attempt cleaning the floor by putting a mop into dirty water and then sloshing that mop around the floor. 

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Posted in News By Samantha Woody

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