Uniforms and Apparel
Wet Mop Use and Care
"Wet mops remain one of the most effective cleaning implements for commercial facilities. They work for any material, with the exception being wood, laminate, and other water-sensitive flooring materials. However, you need to follow a wet mopping procedure that gets your floor totally clean. Mopping is generally preferred for kitchens, dining areas, and other high-traffic locations. It leaves a floor..."READ MORE
How to Disinfect Stainless Steel in Cleanrooms and Labs
"Stainless steel is commonly found in laboratory and cleanroom equipment and work surfaces. Cabinets, tables, benches, racks, and stools are just some of the objects that are frequently made out of this durable material. Austenitic stainless steel, including 304 and 316 grades, is noted for its non-magnetic qualities, and is the most generally seen type of stainless steel in these..."READ MORE
What’s the Difference Between Sterile and Aseptic?
"The terms “aseptic” and “sterile” are often used interchangeably. They both refer to a similar objective—eliminating/reducing potentially harmful microorganisms, but the differences are crucial in cleanroom and pharmaceutical environments. While both are commonly used contamination-control techniques, they are, in fact, different concepts. Aseptic vs. Sterile Any cleanroom staff must understand the key distinctions between the two. The industry recognized definitions..."READ MORE
Alcohol-Free vs. Alcohol-Based Hand Sanitizers: Which Is Best?
"At Prudential Overall Supply, we’re proud to offer bulk hand sanitizer and other cleanliness products your business can depend on. Keeping your hands clean can prevent COVID-1 and other germs from spreading. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends washing with soap and water or using hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. However, with alcohol-based and alcohol-free..."READ MORE
How to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19 in Your Gym
"With the opening of many gyms amid COVID-19, there are many necessary measures to prevent the spread of the virus. These tips will ensure customers and staff are safe at all times. Install several stations with hand sanitizer throughout your facility. This will help customers disinfect their hands, as needed, and lessen foot traffic to bathroom sinks. Be sure to..."READ MORE