Articles | Cleaning for Health

Restrooms: Where Are the Germs Really?
Robert Kravitz | January 18, 2018

According to a study by NSF International, a not-for-profit standards-development, testing, and certification organization, more than 90 percent of restroom users more

Coping with Workplace Illness
Teri Bradshaw | January 16, 2018

Imagine that you come to work one day and your co-worker in the cubicle across from you is sick. I mean more

Three Keys to Green Carpet Care
Doug Berjer | January 11, 2018

While the practice of green cleaning in schools and offices has become fairly common, green carpet care is a lesser-known exercise. more

Dryers vs. Towels
David Lawton | December 17, 2017

Which method should your building use for hand drying in the restrooms? The correct answer will depend on your goals. The more

Six Strategies to Supercharge Your Business
Graeme Golucki | December 6, 2016

As the year comes to a close, cleaning professionals are looking for ways to boost their business in 2017. As part more

Industrial & Institutional Hand Care Poised for Strong Growth
Laura Mahecha | September 26, 2016

In the presence of many infectious diseases, consumers understand the important role hand hygiene plays in maintaining good health. The public more

Start the School Year Right
Dave Mesko | August 5, 2014

During the school year, a janitor’s cleaning and maintenance responsibilities are demanding and fast-paced. In the summer, cleaning professionals at schools more

What You Need to Know About the FDA Rule on Antibacterial Soap
Bill Balek | February 4, 2014

After more than 20 years in the making, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sought to bring closure on its more