Do you want to reduce product costs?
We can help you reduce how much you spend on cleaning products. Remember, "price is not cost." Just ask us how we can help you.
...use Microfiber in all your mopping applications and increase your productivity and reduce your product costs since they can be laundered 500 times.
...use BackPack Vacuums to reduce your vacuum repair costs and downtime immensely. Less moving parts.
...reduce your need for multiple cleaners by using the new cleaners on the market that can do many more things.
...make sure you use chemicals dilution systems that are properly set for the dilution you need for your volume chemical needs.
...reduce your hand soap usage by converting to foam hand soap dispenser systems which cut your cost per hand wash.
...save labor and product dollars by using top stripping not top scrubbing on your floor finish.
...make sure you are using the right gauge of liner for your application. If you need a 10% lighter bag you will save 10% in your budget.
...use hand dryers in certain applications as a valuable saving asset.
...use disposable wipers and cut your wiper costs. Disposable wipers are cheaper per wiper than non-disposable and are designed to pick up the fluid needed.
...calculate the average chemical usage. Average chemical usage per diluted gallon for certain applications are: Stripping 100 sq. ft. per gallon, Damp Mop 400 sq. ft. per gallon, Wet Mop 200 sq. ft. per gallon, Auto Scrub 500 sq. ft. per gallon, Finish 2000 sq. ft. per gallon Concentrate.
...save money by remembering cost per diluted gallon, cost per hand wash, cost per hand dry, square feet per gallon are your real costs.
...evaluate the coverage of your floor finishes. There are finishes that cover more square footage per gallon than others.
...evaluate the performance of your stripper and the dilution needed. There are strippers on the market which are more expensive but the cost in use is less.
...evaluate use portion packets of chemical concentrates in certain applications to save money.
...evaluate and use matting that is properly sized and reduce the damage to your floor finish and reduce costs.
...evaluate and find products that eliminate the white residue on your floors during the winter from the ice remover and that clean and eliminate in one pass.