There’s a difference between cleaning hard and cleaning smart: Both can be effective, but only one can give you a consistent level of clean while saving you time, money, and unnecessary stress.
As a cleaning professional, you are continually looking for ways to increase the efficiency of your department and reduce costs. With the increase in labor costs and a continued pressure to do more with less, we realize reducing cleaning costs can be a challenge. These six steps can help you build a more comprehensive cleaning program that will help you save time and money this year.
(Courtesy of Dave Mesko, ISSA.com)