Can your home be too clean?

NO, it can’t. Why? The definition of “clean” as it relates to your home is “the absence of unwanted matter”. If there is a desirable benefit to dirt or soil, then it is not “unwanted”. “Unwanted matter” is empty pizza boxes, soda cans and bottles. You get the idea. There ...
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Desire For Sustainable Restroom Solutions

A recent survey of 100 restaurant industry professionals conducted at the National Restaurant Association Show, May 18-21, 2019, reveals opinions about restroom paper waste and sustainability efforts in foodservice operations. Administered by Sofidel, a global provider of paper for hygienic and domestic use, the survey found that 67 percent of ...
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Make Shared Spaces Healthier

“By packing people in more densely than conventional offices, co-working is expected to reduce overall office demand in the country as much as 3 percent by 2030, in an industry accustomed to growth, a recent report by Green Street said.” This quote is from a recent “L.A. Times” article. The ...
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Tips To Sustaining Floors In Schools

1. Accident and Illness Prevention A great team keeps responsiveness top of list (of course) to control slippery spills, but we’re talking about a more comprehensive, long-term strategy. Careful attention to floor cleaning brings to light issues with floors and stairs that need maintenance or repair. The extra attention paid ...
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Tips To Proactive Locker Room Cleaning

Smart cleaning isn’t just about removing soils, it’s about controlling the sources. Entryway mats are a great example. When it comes to locker rooms, a proactive approach controls and contains, so spaces across the school don’t suffer by association. Here’s a few proactive locker room cleaning tips: From Clean to ...
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Using UV Light In Cleaning Operations

Black lights, also known as ultraviolet lights (UV), are often used in professional cleaning to help detect if hidden pathogens are present on walls, high-touch areas, ledges, furniture, and scores of other surfaces. The lights cause materials such as bacteria, urine, seminal fluids and blood, to "fluoresce," so that the ...
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Don’t Wash Your Raw Chicken

‘Americans eat more chicken every year than any other meat’ The CDC estimates that approximately a million people become ill after eating contaminated poultry. According to the CDC, this is because “Chicken juices can spread in the kitchen and contaminate other foods, utensils and countertops,” and many people are unnecessarily ...
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School Kids Avoid Using Restrooms

Many kids are going to extreme measures to better ensure they don’t have to use the school restrooms they deem unclean. While dirty restrooms are bad, this act of avoidance is in and of itself dangerous as it could cause kids to embrace negative life-long habits pertaining to restroom use ...
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Restrooms And Businesses

The last thing any business wants is to invite a potential client or employee to the facility to find a dingy, dirty restroom. The reality is, restroom etiquette says a lot in a corporate setting, according to ChicagoNow reports. A comfortable, clean restroom communicates that the business respects their employees ...
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Avoid Soap Contamination By Switching To Sealed Systems

Refillable Soap Dispensers Are A Haven For Bacteria Experts often cite hand washing as the single most important practice in controlling the spread of germs. But what if washing hands left them more bacteria-ridden than they were before a person washed them? These were the findings of several studies, led ...
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