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Keeping walkways, parking lots and stairs ice-free is a critical safety component in the winter, but using salt isn’t the most environmentally friendly way to melt ice. Learn how salt can harm wildlife, damage structures and impact our drinking water, plus eco-friendly alternatives to try.
Squeegees are one of the most important parts on your floor scrubber. Without a high quality and properly maintained squeegee, you can be left with wet and streaky floors, which impacts the appearance and safety of your floors. Read our tips for choosing the correct squeegee and how to maintain it.
Tennant shines the spotlight on two of its many talented employees: Business Systems Analyst, Lynn Lewis and IT Business Analyst, Ashok Sunkavalli. Their ability to innovate helped increase employee efficiency and serve our customers better.
The holiday shopping rush is getting closer, so plan ahead to keep your retail store clean and safe throughout the chaos with these 5 tips.
How does Tennant determine which products to make and what is the process for designing new floor cleaning equipment? Tenant’s Director of Industrial Design and Innovation, John Ickes, tells us more about Industrial Design and the product innovation process.
With increasing demands for projects, shrinking budgets, and a defined and limited time to execute these projects, effective planning, staging, and executing summer projects is critical.
Cleaning in a warehouse is more than just making things look nice. By maintaining a disciplined cleaning schedule, you can make a positive impact on productivity and across your supply chain.
Dirt, debris and clutter can impact warehouse efficiency. Tennant offers a few tips to help businesses plan cleaning processes to contribute to efficient business operations.
Stripping floors is a tedious process that involves harsh chemicals and back-breaking work. An orbital scrubber makes the finish removal process much easier without using any chemicals. Our step-by-step guide will walk you through prepping, top scrubbing and recoating floors in a way that saves water and is more earth friendly.
If you’re not sure how to start project planning, think about conducting a cleaning audit to review your facilities and prioritize opportunities.
In the consistent drive to control costs and improve yield, manufacturers need to examine their facilities’ efficiency and look for ways to improve. Understanding the causes is just a start to improving efficiency.
What’s up-and-coming in the flooring and cleaning industry? Read more to find out if these four cleaning trends resonate with your business!