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10 Simple Steps Every Owner of a Building or Home Should Know and Implement

kodrant2021-11-04T21:33:15+00:00Client Resources|

Many of these steps will prevent your business from violating OSHA regulations and experiencing the associated penalties. They will also make your establishment run more efficiently so you can focus on your mission without distractions. You can see the top ten most common OSHA violations here, or search specific citations here. Homes also benefit especially from green product implementation. Using less aggressive chemicals is not only safer for loved ones living in the home, but it is also less damaging to furniture [...]

Cleaning, Sanitizing, Disinfecting: What’s the Difference?

kodrant2021-01-04T22:55:09+00:00Client Resources|

Cleaning companies, as well as regular people, often throw around the terms cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting. These words might sound quite similar and bring to mind all the same images of scrubbing and wiping. But despite their almost synonymous use in everyday life, they each have distinct definitions that you should know. The different meanings are particularly important in the cleaning industry and for anyone getting involved in it. Put simply, cleaning is the most basic form of removing dust, dirt, and [...]

Floor Maintenance Tips by Interworld Cleaning

kodrant2022-11-21T08:32:08+00:00Client Resources, Floor Cleaning|

Congrats! You made the decision to strip and wax your floor. That “wet” glossy look will enhance your facility's appearance and give a long-lasting shine to your flooring. In an effort to get the maximum return on your investment we have put together a “rule of thumb” list which will greatly help in keeping that shine lasting for as long as possible. Hopefully, you will find them useful. As usual, your Interworld representative is on standby to assist you with any questions [...]

Daytime Cleaning and Its Benefits

kodrant2021-06-30T16:34:26+00:00Client Resources|

Many businesses use a traditional model of cleaning their facilities after hours when the janitorial staff won’t be encumbered by the routines of other employees and vice versa. But recently there has been a large shift towards changing this pattern in favor of cleaning during the day and for good reason. The benefits of daytime cleaning extend to both the business and the workers or tenants of the building. Benefits include energy savings, safer work environments for both janitorial staff and other [...]

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