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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 th

Floor Care – High Traffic Areas

High traffic areas, where higher levels of soil track into a facility and can result in more aggressive wear on floors, vary from facility to facility

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 urinal

The Basics of Grout Care and Mildew Removal

Ceramic tile and grout, most commonly used in restrooms, locker rooms, and similar areas, can be difficult to clean and maintain. The grout is the mai

Germs in Schools that make our Kids Sick

This articles reviews the key germs that can impact the spread of contagious illness in our schools.  It also offers advice on strategies to prevent t

May is Asthma Awareness Month – School IAQ and Childhood Asthma

The month of May is Asthma Awareness Month.  In this newsletter we focus on childhood asthma and what schools can do to improve Indoor Air Quality (IA

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

Floor Finish Durability: Black Mark Resistance

When choosing a floor finish, one of most important attributes to assess is the durability of the finish. Durability consists of several factors, one