SSB 3/17/24: Spring Cleaning Is Here


It is Spring cleaning time!

Spring cleaning at your business is crucial for maintaining a positive and productive work environment. Here are the most important things to focus on:
1. Desks and Workspaces: Clear out clutter, organize documents, and sanitize surfaces. Encourage employees to declutter their personal workspace to improve productivity and reduce stress.
2. Floors and Carpets: Deep clean floors, carpets, and rugs. This not only improves the appearance of your business but also removes allergens and bacteria.
3. Windows and Blinds: Clean windows and blinds to let in more natural light, which can boost mood and energy levels among your employees.
4. Restrooms: Deep clean restrooms to maintain hygiene and comfort for both employees and customers. This includes sanitizing all surfaces, replenishing supplies, and checking for any needed repairs.

What can you provide your customer with to make this years spring cleaning easier and better for the environment?

Don’t forget NCW is coming

National Cleaning Week kicks off on March 24th, encouraging us to declutter and freshen up our spaces for spring. It’s the perfect opportunity to rejuvenate our homes and workplaces, promoting a cleaner, more organized environment. Join the movement and make a positive impact on your surroundings!

Here is a link to a video from the ISSA on how to leverage National Cleaning Week to help your existing and new customers –

Jancast # 164 is now up!

The truth about ATP Meters and much more

On this week’s show, we do a deep dive into ATP meters, and like our previous shows on electrostatic sprayers, there are a lot of misconceptions and incorrect info on the proper use of these devices and what they can actually do.

We have a special guest- Bob Ferguson who is President of Strategic Consulting, Inc. (SCI) and has more than 40 years of experience in microbiology, industrial hygiene, and indoor environments in commercial buildings. Here are a few of the things we cover-

  1. What is an ATP meter and how do they work?
  2. Are they all the same or are they all different?
  3. What issues do you see with people not using the ATP meter incorrect?

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