Odor control

Odor control is one of the important processes for healthy and clean environment. There are many techniques and tools for different commercial, industrial or residential facilities.

One basic rule is that never mask odors with fresh scents. Odor will never go away unless the source is removed. Hence, cleaning, getting rid of odor sources, is the first step to control odor. Another rule is clean often and disinfect. BTW, just as important as using a disinfectant is using it properly. Simply spraying and wiping will not do the job. Poor cleaning techniques rather create odor. Like when a mop head smells bad, that odor is being transmitted throughout the space being cleaned. Or if vacuum bags is emptied on a regular basis, it will start spreading odors.

Frequent cleaning is also necessary to effectively remove all odors. More so in places with high traffic. Also it is important to clean items like wastebaskets full of odor-producing sanitary napkins and wet paper towels, as well as office space wastebaskets that may harbor coffee grounds and drippings. . . . . Read the rest of this article »

Posted in Cleanliness

Cleaning plan

Having and implementing a cleaning plan improves indoor environmental quality in living spaces. Thanks to growing awareness that more and more organizations and janitorial professionals are adopting plans for their own settings.

Many things are common in cleaning plans. Given the importance of green cleaning almost all plans include options for environmentally friendly cleaning products in the present age. Everyone has established cleaning priorities. Most of the organizations have provisions to educate building occupants and custodial staff by disseminating information about why cleaning is important and how they can help keeps the premises clean and participate by keeping the environs clean (and resultant less use of energy). One sees signs posted throughout many facilities describing cleaning policies and how building occupants can support. Similarly, it is important that custodial staff is educated about the health impacts of conventional products and trained in the right use of the right products. Proper disposal is also part of any wise cleaning plan.

Janito always support the products, practices, and project for right cleaning through safer and eco friendly products. We at Janito always stress our users to keep their staff up to date on new products and procedure improvements, making changes when necessary. . . . . Read the rest of this article »

Posted in Cleaning Companies, Cleaning professionals, Cleanliness

Green cleaning or less cleaning

Concept of green cleaning is getting more popular with every day passing. Thanks to increasing awareness that more and more people trying to stay green. Lately I came across a very interesting (read it innovative approach) to green cleaning. I am delighted to share it here for janitor readers.
Recently a gust who checked into a hotel and was asked if he would like his room “green cleaned.” BTW, the hotel does use non-toxic chemicals, their green cleaning program meant that the guest had the choice of whether housekeeping would service room every night during his visit.

According to the hotel, for each night a guest skips having his room cleaned, He would earn a few bucks off food or drinks, but he would help the environment by saving nearly 50 gallons of water and using less electricity and natural gas. These “green” savings are a result of declining towel and linen laundering, but to participate a guest has to forgo room cleaning as well. . . . . Read the rest of this article »

Posted in Cleaning Products, Green Cleaning

Cleaning research

Some people see dust everywhere whereas some other don’t. A study crossed my desk that says that cleaning is obsessive. “Our obsession with cleaning could be linked to rising rates of depression, scientists claim,” it reads. Researchers find that eliminating bacteria and viruses has actually made our immune systems weaker, and this in turn has affected the functioning of our brains.”

Researchers say that over-reaction may also impair the brain’s ability to produce certain chemicals that make us happy. They point out that rates of depression are far higher in the developed world compared to less developed world, because people’s immune systems are less trained to cope with bacteria. Around one in ten Britons suffers from depression compared to just one in a hundred in Nigeria, for example. As people develop and grow up, their immune system develops. If they are exposed to more bacteria and parasites, they are able to better control the inflammation.

Empirical observations show that nowadays people’s environment is much cleaner and hygienic so our immune system never really learns how to deal with infectious agents. We are overactive because our immune system has not been trained. . . . . Read the rest of this article »

Posted in Cleanliness, Green Cleaning

Janito vacuum cleaners

Vacuum cleaners are the clear leaders in the recent advancements in floor cleaning systems and techniques for so many reasons. Vacuums are superior when it comes to removing dust and dirt, they improve indoor air quality and the ability to adapt to changing floor surfaces and heights. Floors are so widely made that everyone seems different.

With more janitorial and cleaning professional and building managers growing environment conscious, indoor air quality is also a major concern in a living spaces. Using better and eco friendly vacuums (and other cleaning materials) has become a strong selling selling point for facilities looking out for their tenants.

Janito vacuums keep dust and allergens under control, which goes hand in hand with green cleaning. In addition to air quality, the new generation of vacuums comes in a variety of widths to make cleaning long halls or open areas more efficient. When talking about efficiency, many end users are excited about the Janito vacuums – considerably more powerful, fast, user comfort and light weight. There are so many other features which make them stand out. Have a look at Janito And see what they are offering and how. . . . . Read the rest of this article »

Posted in Cleaning Products, Vacuum Cleaners

Going green

Going green is a very big commitment. In Business to business, distributors often need help understanding and communicating the details of a going green and what are the long term connotation is the process as far as sustainability is concerned. Janito – committed to green living – helps by announcing its commitment about going green and sustainability. Here on this blog, we also produce educational information for our customers and promote clear, precise internal communication regarding the benefits and viability. These bits and pieces of information have helped us create a company culture and a vision at all levels. All stakeholders at janitor through our long supply chain can take pride in while simultaneously demonstrating their dedication to sustainable practices to end users.

A clear concept of sustainability is only as strong as the concrete steps and processes it is built upon. Janito’s complete approach covers everything from managing recycling to educating employees about healthy workplace environments and hygiene. Through continuing research at seminars and trade shows we stay on the cutting edge of sustainable technologies, research the latest green chemicals, and partner with other environmentally minded companies. . . . . Read the rest of this article »

Posted in About, Green Cleaning

Our supply chain

A major role of the wholesaler, which is to help everybody down the supply chain including distributors manage their inventory, has remained constant since the start of Business to business model. However, that role now is more critical than it has been in the past because of the continuous economic dip. Everyone including small and large distributors are looking to wholesalers to provide guide lines to stay afloat in times of economic uncertainty. Costs are rising and loan industry as it has become, wholesalers have the leverage to step in and negotiate product prices with manufacturers. This takes the edge off the need to pass down costs on to distributors, who already are looking to reduce operating costs and are being pressed by customers for low-priced products.

With customers looking to purchase low cost alternatives to what they’ve traditionally been purchasing, distributors are afforded the option of tapping into their wholesaler for more items without having to invest more with hopes that it will sell. Janito is constantly in know of the changing market conditions and is forthcoming to help all its existing distributors and the new ones. Ask us if you need help! . . . . Read the rest of this article »

Posted in wholesale

Floor cleaning

Cleaning floors, small or large and commercial or residential, is one of the most common cleaning tasks. Floor mops, brooms and brushes are available in huge variety of shapes, sizes, and colors — each one serving a particular purpose. Janitorial and cleaning professionals know which is the right mop, broom or brush for a particular type of flooring surface.

Let us consider the colors and how they are assigned?

An expert says that light-colored brooms are used for polishing, buffing and burnishing. White pads good for polishing clean and dry floors. Darker colors are more abrasive and they remove light scuff marks and dirt while producing a smooth, glossy finish. Blue pads are used for wet scrubbing or heavy-duty spray cleaning. They aggressively remove heavy dirt and scuff marks. Green pads are utilized for heavy-duty wet scrubbing or light stripping. They remove dirt and scuff marks from heavily soiled floors. Dark-colored pads have coarse fibers and are used for scrubbing and stripping. Brown pads are designed for wet or dry stripping, while black pads are for heavy-duty wet stripping. They each aggressively remove wax, dirt and finish.

On the other hand, tut the more aggressive the pad, the more easily it can damage the floor surface. Cleaning professionals need to select the appropriate pad before use. Have a look at the floor cleaning material by Janito and choose the best that serve your specific floor cleaning purposes. . . . . Read the rest of this article »

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Eco friendly and safe cleaning products

Some people are detergents and cleaning products sensitive. Walk down the cleaning products, mostly chemicals, anywhere ad it is enough for them to start feeling ill. There is no question for such people for using them. Chemical intolerance is known commonly as multiple chemical sensitivity.

This may sound great to have a medical excuse not to do the housework to most housewives, but it can make life very difficult. Everyone needs to clean and use some sort of cleaning material. What to do?

Best thing is to use all -natural products to clean homes and other living spaces. And even best thing is that natural products are available in the market.

Have a look at Janito Web Store that offers safe and eco friendly cleaning products for professionals as well as individual and learn what they offer and how. You will sure find what is safe and cost effective for you. . . . . Read the rest of this article »

Posted in Cleaning Products

Children safe products

Have you heard of incidents like children drinking a bleach water mixture while the parent was cleaning or kids digging down into heaps of domestic trash to find their lost toys and getting injured or so many other similar stories that keep figuring out in media. Nobody wants such dangerous things to happen but unfortunately they still happen. We see cases involving household cleaning products on a regular basis.

Some of the serious safety risks are associated with cleaning products used around homes. Generally speaking, one of the biggest safety problems with household cleaners is that they are reachable by kids; often stored in cabinets and under the kitchen sink. Janito always offers safe cleaning products and always stress that any types of products (cleaning or other items) be stored where children cannot reach them like under lock and key. We also suggest putting cleaning products back immediately after use. May be all household cleaning products are child safe these days, many users may forget to screw the lids all the way down after use, and that caps can be defective. Worst still, some people leave some of the equipment plugged in after use. . . . . Read the rest of this article »

Posted in Cleaning Products