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How to Aggressively Clean Glass and Windows

Because dirt and dust often goes unnoticed on windows, mirrors and other types of glass surfaces, they become very dirty and dusty overtime. Although many assume areas don’t hold dirt if their not touched or used, things like heating and air conditioning, static and other environmental factors can affect glass surfaces. Cleaning staff or contractors generally only cleans smudges and … Continue reading

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How to Choose a Commercial Dishwashing Detergent

If you maintain a restaurant, kitchen, cafeteria, hotel, hospital, or school, chances are you will eventually need to choose a dishwashing detergent to serve the needs of your facility. You have lots of choices, but with the right information, you can decide which product is right for you. The Benefits of Buying Wholesale When you are maintaining a facility, it … Continue reading

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What’s the Deal With Phosphates?

Whether shopping online or at the grocery store, you may have noticed that some dishwashing soap and laundry detergent is labeled “phosphate-free.” Here at Worldwide Janitor, we sell both laundry and dishwashing detergents that are phosphate-free as well as those that contain phosphates. In this article, we’ll talk about what phosphates are, and what advantages and disadvantages they offer. A … Continue reading

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Which of your dish detergents contain phosphates?

Phosphates get a bad rap from environmentalists. Why? Mainly because they contribute to algal blooms in the environment when they leave our municipal waste systems. Because of this, most consumer dishwashing products no longer contain phosphates. That being said, many consumers like products with phosphates simply because they do a better job of cleaning. This makes them particularly suited for … Continue reading

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