Reactive vs Scheduled Maintenance – Which is better?

Companies that rely on equipment typically employ either a reactive or preventive approach to maintenance. Reactive maintenance is fixing things when they break. This approach can sometimes save money short term but often ends up costing even more in the long run. Scheduled maintenance is a planned program where maintenance tasks are conducted routinely to […]

Nozzle Misconceptions

The Biggest Misconception in cleaning:  Nozzles work on any machine Typically, the most overlooked part of pressure washing is the nozzle. The common misconception is that nozzles are interchangeable on any machine.   Since nozzles come with standard quick connect or thread sizes and in the colors red, yellow, green, white it is commonly believed that […]

Let’s talk about Floor Care

Let’s Talk about Floor Care The floor of any facility is the resource that is used the most. Yet it’s the one that is considered the least. Oddly enough floor care is also the area where cleaning occupies (and wastes!) the most time, energy and water.   We offer a wide range of solutions designed to […]

A cost center that is often overlooked

WATER: A cost center that is often overlooked The drought is officially over in California but the cost of water is more expensive than ever. Water districts continue to increase both their rates and the restrictions on waste water content. Some companies are required to haul waste water offsite which is very expensive. Clearly, reductions […]

April 30th, 2017

Cleaning Tip To clean more efficiently – know what is in your water Water is a part of most cleaning processes. Water quality varies greatly depending on the source and area. Leftover streaks, spots or dirt marks are often a sign of poor water quality   pH level, hardness, solids and other components affect the choices […]