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The flu virus is rampant throughout the United States this season, and schools are being hit particularly hard. According to CNN, entire schools have been closed for at least a day or more due to the flu in 12 states. The Mathematics and Science Academy in Aurora, Illinois, for example, had to shut its doors...
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The leaves are falling, the temperatures are dropping and winter weather will be here before we know it. The season poses new challenges for facility managers: snow and ice removal, from both inside and outside their facilities. Follow these tips and stock up on the right janitorial supplies in St Louis to keep your entryways...
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Microfiber is hands-down one of our favorite janitorial supplies in St Louis for a multitude of reasons: It outlasts other cleaning cloths, saving you money. It’s better for the environment because it cleans with water instead of harmful chemicals. It can remove up to 99% of bacteria on surfaces.   However, it is important to...
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Don’t let your office, school, healthcare facility or foodservice establishment turn into a breeding ground for colds or the flu this year. Follow this guide to cleaning common points of contact with disinfectant wipes to reduce the risk of infection in your facility. Keyboards and Mice These are often neglected when it comes to cleaning, but they...
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Foul odors, like those that come from sewers, longstanding trash, and dirty bathrooms, compel many people to cover their nose and reach for the nearest cache of janitorial supplies for the right cleaning products. If you’ve ever faced a situation where you are surrounded by a bad smell and felt nauseous, you’ve probably wondered if...
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Each year, American children miss over 22 million days of school thanks to the flu, colds and other infections. Surprised? You shouldn’t be — a whopping 70% of teachers say their classrooms are not regularly disinfected by custodians, and over half report spending their own money and time cleaning to reduce the number of germs...
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Public buildings can be a magnet for germs and bacteria. Having a janitorial crew come in daily is not always enough to keep a building germ-free and safe. If you have a business that is open to the general public, like a retail store, restaurant or office, consider offering a cleanliness training program for your...
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Nobody wants to do business in a sloppy-looking office. Not only does it turn clients off, but it also demotivates your workers. To keep your workplace clean, you need to allocate an ample budget for cleaning equipment and supplies. Unfortunately, the accumulated monthly costs for cleaning are not cheap. You might even find that your...
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Gym floors see more wear and tear than nearly any other room in schools. In the past, gyms mainly served as a place for students to play basketball and get their PE credits, but today’s gyms often act as multi-purpose rooms where pep rallies, school plays, dances and more events are held. All of these...
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Without regular cleaning, dust can quickly make its way into every nook and cranny in your work space. These inorganic and organic particles are mostly made of dead skin cells, but they can also contain pesticides, lead and other toxic substances. When movement or airflow disturb the dust, these dangerous pollutants can be inhaled, which...
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