The difference between an abrasive and non-abrasive cleaner will indicate which to use for the different elements of your cleaning schedule. Therefore, you will need to be educated about their differences. No single product will work for all surfaces in your workplace, it is impossible or will even damage the surface or item. In summary, there are the following cleaners available: all-purpose (abrasive and non-abrasive), speciality and other cleaning aids which are more ‘natural’.
The cleaning industry is complex and giant. The UK market for contract cleaning is estimated to be £5.6 billion alone. Within this massive industry there are an array of different types of cleaning services that will suit different types of businesses. These range from the need for an industrial clean to wanting a one off basic clean.
Cleaning is not sanitising and sanitising is not disinfecting. While these terms are often used synonymously with each other, there are significant differences that we intend to make clear with this post.
You will no doubt be aware of the Coronavirus. The sudden outbreak across China, South Korea, Iran and Italy has resulted in countries around the world being put on high alert. Therefore, it is vital to ensure the wellbeing of your workforce. Schools can also prove busy hubs of activity with students, staff, visitors and parents all mingling within close proximity.
Since the Coronavirus was first discovered in Wuhan, China this novel illness has spread to areas of mainland Europe, Asia, Africa and America. Below, we have provided an overview of COVID-19 and all you need to know:
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