This blog post will show you how to measure Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) when considering the most cost-effective floor cleaning method.
What clean floors have to do with Six Sigma, 5S, lean manufacturing and National Safety Month.
Sweeper/Scrubbers and Scrubber/Sweepers sound the same, and they are similar in some ways, but there are some distinct differences you might not know!
It’s simple. When you invest in a piece of equipment, you want it to perform. With a floor scrubber or sweeper/scrubber that means clean, dry floors. No unsightly streaks. No dirt left behind. No wet patches that could cause slips or falls.
Most managers are looking for ways to save money while maintaining cleaning effectiveness. This blog article will provide tips for saving money on industrial floor cleaning.
As a manager, you probably have some questions about floor cleaning. As a leading supplier of industrial floor cleaning equipment, we have answers. What follows are some of the questions we often get asked. We hope the answers help you.
We’ve come a long way, baby! From scrubbing floors on our hands and knees with old wooden buckets and blocky, wood brushes, to hand cranked vacuums to dust blowing, noisy nightmares that weighed a ton—look at us now!
Is your auto scrubber leaving wet streaks behind? Are you having to follow with a mop? Are you concerned about slips and falls because your scrubber dryer is not drying properly? Let’s look at some possible solutions!
Extending the life of floor cleaning equipment.
You have options when considering floor cleaning equipment. Let's explore and compare buying, renting and leasing to see what might work for you!
A helpful guide to brushes, brooms and floor pads for floor cleaning equipment.
Do you need a walk-behind scrubber or a rider? Or does the size of your facility require a ride-on sweeper/scrubber combo unit? Should you rent first? Or Purchase?