Carpet Care: Best Vacuum Practices for Optimal Results
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Today’s vacuum cleaning equipment is more sophisticated than ever before, offering housekeeping managers and BSCs a wide array of options and features to choose from. Beyond their primary function of removing dirt from a floor or carpet, vacuums play a vital role in boosting productivity, cutting costs, enhancing IAQ and improving user comfort, so it’s imperative that the vacuums in use are selected with specific priorities in mind.
Attend this webcast to learn more about how to ensure a vacuum is appropriately matched to the task at hand. From surface types to square footage to IAQ to cleaning times, this webcast will provide tips to maximize the value of a vacuum — and vacuum strategy — for a facility and its occupants.
- Review the latest developments and features in vacuum cleaning technology
- Identify methods for matching vacuum options to specific cleaning tasks
- Analyze various vacuum strategies to develop best practices within a cleaning organization and/or facility
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