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Selecting the Right Deodorizer

An odor is one of the most noticeable characteristics of a building or facility, and a bad odor can serve as an indication to customers or visitors that the building is dirty, regardless of its appearance. Even if a facility appears or looks clean, it may not smell clean. Malodors can

Preventing Urine Odors in Restrooms

Urine odors in restrooms generally come from urine that does not make it into the bowl and ends up on the floor, walls, or sides of toilets and urinals. There, it becomes food for bacteria that reside on these surfaces. The byproducts created by the bacteria cause the odors that we re

Cleaning Baby Changing Stations in Public Restrooms

According to Congress.Gov, a bill was recently passed called the BABIES Act or the Bathrooms Accessible in Every Situation Act. Under this legislation, every public government owned facility is required to have baby changing stations in every men and women’s bathrooms. This will incre
Magnified Germs

Disinfectants and Your Infection Protection

Disinfectants Promote a Healthy Environment Lately, there has been an increase in public concern over germs such as pathogenic bacteria and viruses. With this high concern, disinfectants have become a critical part of people’s cleaning routine. When used correctly, disinfectants can l

Cleaning Supplies Need Cleaning Too

Just like surfaces your cleaning products contain bacteria and require cleaning. Taking care of your cleaning supplies will prevent their replacement and lead to better overall cleaning. All cleaning supplies require a unique cleaning process dependent on its manufacturer and type. Fo

Bleach: Common User Misconceptions

Consumers look at bleach as a great cleaner and disinfectant. Unfortunately, customers are often misinformed about its potential. Professionally we can educate our customers on better and safer cleaning and disinfecting habits. “Bleach Kills Germs” As customers, we think b

Approaching GHS Deadline for Manufacturers & Distributors

GHS stands for the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals. It is a set of guidelines that provides specific criteria for two processes: hazard classification and hazard communication. GHS is not an organization; it is a system that countries around the

Disinfecting Veterinary Facilities

Animal care facilities, much like our hospitals and healthcare facilities, face challenges of preventing the spread of disease within the hospital, shelter, or clinic. Keeping an animal hospital clean and sanitized is essential to preventing the spread of infections and keeping both a

Canine Influenza

Canine influenza, or dog flu, is a highly contagious respiratory virus caused by Influenza A H3N8. This virus does not affect humans, but can be spread between dogs. Canine influenza is spread through the air, touching contaminated surfaces, or by humans moving between infected and un

EV-D68 Update: Prevention & Infection Control

Enteroviruses are common viruses that usually cause mild symptoms, such as the common cold. Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) is an enterovirus that reportedly infected children in 49 states in 2014, causing hospitalization in many cases. EV-D68 causes respiratory symptoms such as sneezing, co