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25Jun

Restaurant Linen Services vs. In-House Restaurant Laundry

Uniforms and Apparel

"The quality of service, atmosphere, and cleanliness of a restaurant leave a big impression on customers. They might seem like minor details, but restaurant linens are important. Linen napkins must be properly laundered, but purchasing your own linens and managing a laundering facility come with challenges such as: High inventory and overhead costs Replacement and restocking Time spent washing/drying/folding high..."

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18Jun

Important Tips to Keep Your HVAC, Plumbing & Electrical Workers Safe from COVID-19

Uniforms and Apparel

"The federal government has permitted HVAC, plumbing, electrical, and other essential businesses to continue operating during the coronavirus pandemic. Nonetheless, workers in these industries often face conditions that expose them to the virus. Hiring a work uniform cleaning company is one way workers can protect themselves, but a sanitized uniform may not always be enough. There are many other ways..."

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18May

How to Keep a Clean Room Contaminate-Free with These Cleanroom Cleaning Tips

Uniforms and Apparel

"With the COVID-19 pandemic on everyone’s minds these days, it is important more than ever for all businesses, including clean rooms, to ensure cleaning and sanitization methods are conducted regularly to keep areas contaminate-free. For our purposes, we will be looking specifically at cleanrooms and cleanroom cleaning. However, these fundamental tips could be used for grocery stores, retail stores, manufacturing..."

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25Apr

How to Prevent Cross-Contamination by Using Different Color Towels

Cleanroom, Uniforms and Apparel

"Although cleaning isn’t supposed to introduce more dirt or germs, that can be just what occurs via cross-contamination. However, there is a way to prevent cross-contamination and ensure that all of the surfaces in your business remain dirt and germ-free, and that is to use a color-coding system for microfiber cleaning towels. Why Should You Be Concerned About Cross-Contamination? Regardless..."

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03Apr

Reusable vs. Disposable: Which Is Best for Our Health Crisis?

Cleanroom, Uniforms and Apparel, Facility

"While disposable equipment is available for keeping facilities free of viruses including coronavirus, CDC guidelines do allow for the use of certain reusable equipment, as long as it’s cleaned and disinfected according to their guidelines. This can result in significant cost savings. Cleaning Equipment There are several options when it comes to reusable cleaning equipment. Hands-free systems allow for cleaning..."

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