An essential list for keeping your home in great shape
Congratulations, you're a homeowner! Whether it's your first time buying or you're a seasoned real estate expert, the process of relocating and setting up in a new home is always complicated. It's quite easy to lose track of projects and priorities, and before long one could easily find themselves overwhelmed and intimidated by the sheer enormity of responsibility. After all, a house is likely the largest purchase of your life! B
Information is the professional's greatest weapon against unwanted contamination.
Maintenance and JanSan workers are the best line of defense professional facilities have against the spread of illness-causing pathogens. However, the importance of cleaning before disinfecting may be lost in the process, as employees aim to complete their tasks as quickly as possible. But failing to initially clean a surface or abide by a disinfectant's dwell time can lead to serious health risks. Cleaning a surface removes soils, while the disinfecting process is aimed at killing potentially dangerous micro-organisms.
How the "CBD" rule can keep your home healthy
Efficiency is the way of the world these days, but occasionally, "life hack" shortcuts can leave out critical steps in an important process. One such example is not cleaning before disinfecting. Many people correctly believe that disinfecting and cleaning naturally go hand-in-hand, but assume that disinfectants effectively clean a surface as well as eliminate germs. This is a dangerous misconception, and a shortcut which can expose your household to illness-causing pathogens. Why Clean First? The Food Standar
A post-pandemic world demands a new look at home cleaning standards
In the wake of a worldwide pandemic, changes in public behavior are expected. From commuting to shopping for household necessities, our actions have changed to reflect the need for more cautious and germ-conscious activity. Our cleaning habits are changing as well, and the general public is is far m
Industry preparation must adapt following the COVID-19 outbreak
Following the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, tourism and hospitality industries have taken the lion's share of the economic impact. Prior to 2020, between 38-40 million Americans traveled each year, with 1.4 billion international tourists, according to the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).