Hand Soap vs. Hand Sanitizer: Which Is Best for Your Employees?

Cleanroom, Facility, Uniforms and Apparel

"Washing your hands with soap and water kills germs, removes chemicals, and prevents the spread of viruses, but not everyone has access to soap and water throughout the day. Hand sanitizers with at least 60% alcohol are effective at killing many germs. While not a replacement for ordinary soap, they certainly eliminate some germs and at least reduce the growth..."


The Up-and-Coming Tech Industry in Phoenix, Arizona

Cleanroom, Facility, Uniforms and Apparel

"At Prudential Cleanroom Services, we’ve provided cleanroom and apparel services since 1960 to tech companies across the Phoenix area and beyond. In addition, we have grown into an internationally recognized supplier for bio-science, pharmaceutical, medical device, aerospace, and semiconductor companies that depend on controlled environments and sterile apparel/uniforms. We’re proud to serve the booming Phoenix, Arizona tech industry, which we..."


San Diego Is a Great Opportunity for Those in the Hospitality Industry

Cleanroom, Facility

"Prudential Overall Supply is proud to be a part of the Chula Vista, CA community. San Diego has a strong economy and is thus a great location to start a business. We’ve been a long-term business partner with many clients throughout the area. If you’re in the hospitality industry, here are several factors that can work for your San Diego..."


How to Approach Customers Who Don’t Want to Wear a Face Mask

Facility, Uniforms and Apparel

"When a face mask is required, it’s to protect customers and employees against COVID-19. But not everyone has accepted new rules and regulations, and some people have taken an aggressive stance against wearing face coverings. Others don’t because of underlying health issues or for religious reasons. Posting your business’s policies online, at your door, and inside can help communicate that..."


The Prudential Price Integrity Promise

Cleanroom, Facility, Uniforms and Apparel

"The COVID-19 crisis has impacted virtually every aspect of our day-to-day lives, so it should come as no surprise that it has caused upheavals in the global supply chain that handles and transports goods of all kinds. From laptops to cooking supplies, it seems that stores are running out of just about everything—and the items that are available have become..."