What is a Scrubber Dryer? Scrubber dryers are essentially power mops to clean floors. These machines exert high contact pressure with the floor surface, to scrub and clean the floor. It vacuums up spills or grime, and rinses away the trace. While it may take hours of hard work to do the task manually, a […]
When choosing from a range of industrial cleaning machines for your company, it can be difficult to know where to start. However, there are a few important factors to consider when choosing a product such as: quality, efficiency, effectiveness, and cost. There are various industrial cleaning machines on offer including industrial floor sweepers, floor scrubber […]
Ever wondered how often tube trains are cleaned across the London Underground?
Elsewhere on the blog, we have looked at how trains are cleaned in India, and how the London Underground is waging war on superbugs. Thanks to a Freedom of Information enquiry earlier this year, made by the London Evening Standard, they asked about the cleanliness of tube trains from Morden to Alperton.
Microbeads will be banned in cosmetic products by the end of 2017 For some time, microbeads have appeared in our cleaning products, plus cosmetic products including toothpaste, shower gels, and shampoo. Due to their effects on the environment, there has been continued calls to withdraw their use. They cause problems to our food chain, particularly […]
Why the Tennant Company has considered moving its Head Office to the Golden Valley manufacturing plant
Regular readers of our blog, and longstanding Cleanhire customers, may have come across the Tennant Company’s range of industrial cleaners. The multinational company, which shares its name with the tenth Doctor Who, has considered moving its head offices. At present, the Tennant Company’s head offices is on 1111 Douglas Drive North, which is only a short distance from its manufacturing plant.
Industrial cleaner in labour gives birth, wearing a Chewbacca the Wookie mask From a maternity ward far far away, Barrow-in-Furness mother Aimee Smith (26), gave birth to her child in a way most unusual to many people. The industrial cleaner smuggled a Chewbacca the Wookie mask into the maternity ward. At Furness General Hospital, Aimee’s […]
Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan plans a blitz on superbugs on the London Underground
Millions of commuters enjoy or endure travelling on the London Underground to get around the capital. For many people, particularly in the peak hours, sardine-like conditions are the norm. This also means warm, stifling conditions, and commuters travelling amongst sweaty armpits. Apart from that, attractive conditions for bacteria. Superbugs even.
As air fresheners are added to Washington Metro trains, should we be adding Shake ’n’ Vac to the 0745 from Southport?
Before the smoking ban in 2007, many public transport concerns prohibited smoking on its trains, trams, and buses. Apart from the fact it meant smelling of smoke on your commute, its dangers are well documented. Smelly food can also be a bete noire for travellers. With this possibility, Washington Metro have proposed a radical solution: air fresheners on trains. Read more about Should Air Fresheners Be Added To Trains? …
Why two Singapore cafeteria chains have introduced tray returning and floor cleaning robots
In the last 60 years, the cafeteria layout has usurped seated service in many cafés. For many, cafeterias mean trays, picking your own sandwiches or cakes, and filling your own teapots. A popular method in many superstore cafés, it allows for higher footfall, speedier service, smaller staffing numbers. In Singapore, two coffee shop chains have gone even further: robots instead of cleaners and waiters.
Coupled with a Wi-Fi enabled Roomba vacuum cleaner, Amazon’s Alexa could change the way you clean your floor
Vacuum cleaning can be a physically demanding task. If you’re not battling with the flex, you’re trying to wrestle with the accessory brush on the stairs. If you’re lucky, you might have a robotic vacuum cleaner which makes light work of your floor. This month, a new type of Roomba vacuum cleaner has hit the shops in the USA. They are Wi-Fi enabled and compatible with Amazon’s Alexa system, on the retail giant’s Echo devices.