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the pet friendly guide to optimal kennel cleaning

The Pet Friendly Guide to Optimal Kennel Cleaning

Maintaining cleanliness in pet friendly hotels (kennel cleaning) may not be the most glamorous aspect of operating a pet business. Yet, it stands out as crucial in impressing your devoted dog-loving customers. In the vicinity of just 100 meters, one can easily spot 2-3 boarding kennels, which doesn’t even include training kennels and veterinary hospitals. With so many options, pet owners can be choosy about what kennel will board their dog or cat. Undoubtedly, they’d want only the best and

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What Is the Difference Between Sanitising and Disinfecting The Science Behind Sanitising

What Is the Difference Between Sanitising and Disinfecting: The Science Behind Sanitising

In the battle against germs and contaminants, our first line of defence is often the simplest: cleaning. But when it comes to ensuring the safety and cleanliness of our environments, the terms “cleaning,” “sanitising,” and “disinfecting” are frequently used interchangeably, causing confusion about their true purposes and effectiveness. So, to answer the question ‘What is the difference between sanitising and disinfecting?’, you must first understand the distinctions among these processes: cleaning, the initial step in the hygiene hierarchy, rids surfaces

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endocrine disruptors in cleaning chemicals

Endocrine Disruptors in Cleaning Products

Cleaning products often contain harmful chemicals, including endocrine disruptors, which can adversely affect your health. When you clean your spaces, it’s not only about aesthetics but also about maintaining hygiene and safeguarding your well-being. It would be unfortunate if the products you rely on for cleanliness end up compromising your health. This article will provide guidance on how to address this concern. Also read: Hidden Hazards: Allergens in Cleaning ProductsWays to Improve Indoor Air Quality With Cleaning and HygieneThe Science

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allergens in cleaning products

Hidden Hazards: Allergens in Cleaning Products

Asthma guidelines recommend consistent cleaning, but many products contain irritants and allergens, worsening symptoms, including in sensitive individuals. These chemicals can also lead to health issues like cancer and infertility. The WHO states that asthma affects 235 million people globally, primarily children. Additionally, a 2007 study involving 10 countries and 3,500 participants found a 30-50% higher asthma risk in those who used home spray cleaners weekly. In this article, we explore the various allergens found in cleaning products, their associated health consequences,

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Hazards of Using Bleach for Mould & Mildew Removal

Hazards of Using Bleach for Mould Removal

The first thing that comes to mind when you see mould or mildew in toilets, bathrooms, or other areas with high humidity is how to get rid of them. These fungi can cause serious health problems for guests and employees, damage surfaces, and create unpleasant odours. Unfortunately, when it comes to removing mould and mildew, many people turn to bleach as their go-to solution. However, is bleach truly an effective solution for mould removal, or should it be avoided altogether when

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Commercial Surface Cleaner Types Choosing for Your Needs-01

Commercial Surface Cleaners: Choosing for Your Needs

First, let’s start by defining what commercial surface cleaners actually are: surface cleaners are cleaning products specifically formulated to clean and remove dirt, grime, stains, and other types of soiling from various surfaces. These cleaners are designed to be used on a wide range of surfaces, such as countertops, floors, walls, glass, metal, plastics, and so forth. They can come in a variety of forms such as liquids, sprays, gels, and powders, and are used with a variety of application

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Food Processing and Manufacturing Risks of Biofilm Contamination

Food Processing and Manufacturing: The Risks of Biofilm Contamination

Biofilms are a grave global nuisance due to their ability to make themselves immune to antibiotics and external stresses and resistant to antimicrobial agents; therefore, it contributes to persistent chronic infections and damage.  Moreover, they are of concern to the food and beverage processing and manufacturing industries because a biofilm is not only difficult to remove from food processing and manufacturing equipment but also equally challenging to identify. Therefore, causing a variety of issues ranging from energy wastage and equipment spoilage to

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Role of Sinner’s Circle in Cleaning Performance

What is the Sinner’s Circle? The Sinner’s Circle is named after Dr. Sinner (also known as the cleaning circle) and describes the effect of mechanism when cleaning. It is the interaction between four factors, namely temperature, chemistry, mechanical power, and time and their collective contribution to the cleaning process as well as the best economic return. Together they determine the efficiency of the entire cleaning procedure.  Also read: What are Surfactants and Why It is Important for Cleaning?A Chemical Cleaning

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What are Surfactants and Why It is Important for Cleaning?

What is Surfactants? Surfactants mean surface-active agents and they play a significant part in most cleaning products. To clean the dirt on surfaces, the water needs to be able to reach the surface. With surfactants, water can get to the surface as it reduces the water tension and separates the water from the impurities hence it traps impurities which makes it to be very effective in cleaning. The 2 Ends of a Surfactant Every surfactant has two ends. One end

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