Category Archives: Cylindrical Brush

07 Sep

Green Up Your Fleet

Spotless floors don’t come easy. In most facilities, it takes a fleet of equipment to keep everything spic and span underfoot. Choosing that machinery is always difficult, but it’s even more of a challenge when you add sustainability into the buying guidelines. There are no green certifications specifically for floor maintenance equipment, so how does

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17 Aug

How to Bring in Local Business with Localized Search Engine Optimization

When it comes to service oriented businesses, location is often an important consideration. Many businesses can only cover a certain service area, so requests that come in from outside that boundary may not be particularly useful. On the other hand, bringing in business from within that area is critically important. That is why many businesses

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11 Aug

Chemical-Free Cleaning: What You Need to Know

Green cleaning is constantly evolving. A few years ago, the push was toward more natural cleaning products that use “friendlier” chemicals. More recently, the focus is shifting toward chemical-free cleaning. But is it really possible to achieve the results you want without using chemicals? Some experts argue that the phrase “chemical-free” is misleading. Strictly speaking,

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02 Aug

A Conversation About Cylindrical-Brush Technology

Just two decades ago, very few people in the janitorial industry had ever used (or even heard of) cylindrical floor machines. Traditional rotary buffers with a single disc were the standard tool of choice for floor care. Times have changed. Today, cylindrical brushes are more popular than ever. The change is due in large part

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16 Dec

Cylindrical or Rotary? That Is the Question

What is Cylindrical Brush Technology? Cleaning professionals in Europe and other parts of the world, often implement new cleaning technologies, products, and equipment years before they became popular in the United States. For instance, while microfiber cleaning cloths and mops have been used in Europe for more than 20 years, it has been only in

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