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4 Cleaning Product Storage Tips For Restaurants

August 7, 2017

Many commercial cleaners used for high-level cleaning, especially in places like restaurants, have special storage requirements because of how heavy duty they are. In your home, the normal over-the-counter stuff you buy to handle your family’s dirt and grime can be kept under the sink, or stored with minimal consideration for how potentially hazardous the chemicals are. If you are wondering how you should be storing cleaning products in a restaurant, below are 4 tips to help you out. Never store chemicals near food It is never a good idea to store cleaning products anywhere near food, or food preparation areas. If something inadvertently leaks out onto a preparation area, or worse yet, into raw ingredients, you may end up…

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4 Types Of Industrial Cleaning Chemicals

July 24, 2017

Industrial cleaning is a lot different than a simple cleaning of your home or business. Industrial cleaners are called in when there needs to be absolutely no remaining germs or dirt whatsoever. They are typically employed by commercial enterprises to ensure that their offices, bathrooms, lobbies, etc., are able to be safely used by the public, but some homeowners employ industrial cleaning services as well. Below are some of the main industrial cleaning chemicals used by industrial cleaners. Strong Alkali Cleaning Agents These are incredibly harsh chemicals and they are capable of corroding organic material (including the skin) simply by coming into contact with it. They are most often used to dissolve grease and protein deposits, as well as destroy…

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How To Incorporate Vinegar Into Your Non-Toxic Carpet Cleaning Ritual

July 17, 2017

Vinegar is a gift from the gods when it comes to cleaning in general, but especially when it comes to carpet cleaning. Many off-the-shelf carpet cleaning agents are really quite toxic, and not at all environmentally friendly, so it makes sense to avoid them in your carpet cleaning routine, both for your family/pets and for the environment. Below are some of the ways that you can incorporate vinegar into your non-toxic carpet cleaning ritual. Stain Removal White vinegar is a great way to remove fresh stains from carpets including pet urine and feces, food stains and mud. The best thing to do with any stain (regardless of the cleaning agent you are using) is to get to it as quick…

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