March 14, 2006
ISSN 1556-7648

In This Issue


Tip of the Week
We Recommend
What's New
Membership Advantages
Subscriber Information
About Us

 

What's New


Cleaning Success Blog:
Did You Know? People Like to Buy, But They Don't Like to be Sold

Recent Articles:
How to Write a Press Release to Promote Your Cleaning Business

Grow Your Cleaning Business with Strategic Alliances

Recent Online Discussion Topics: Estimating Window Cleaning

Downloadable Forms:
Press Release Template

Sample Press Release

Microfiber Flyer

 

Membership Has Its
Advantages!


"I just wanted to say that I think it's great that you offer a site for small janitorial businesses. I really appreciate it!" -- JFG

Here are just a few of the advantages for becoming a member of The Janitorial Store...

  • F.r.e.e. Ebook: Sales and Marketing Success for Cleaning Companies
  • Members Only Bidding Calculators
  • F.r.e.e Downloadable Forms
  • F.r.e.e Live Tele-Seminars with Industry Experts
  • F.r.e.e Telephone Discussion Forums
  • Online Discussion Forum
  • Members-only articles added weekly
  • And much more...

Find out how to become a member today!

 

 

Trash Talk: Tip of the Week

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Tip of the Week:
All About Hard Floor Pads

Why are there so many floor pads to choose from for performing floor care services? Each pad is designed to produce different results, depending on the procedure being performed and the type of floor finish the pad is being used on.

All floor pads are a blend of polyester and/or nylon fibers, which are bonded together with synthetic resin and then impregnated with abrasives. How agressive a pad is depends on the type of fibers and abrasives used to make it.

The open web construction of floor pads allows for greater soil removal and easy cleaning. Pads can be used on both sides and then cleaned under running water.

Conventional Pads are for use with slow speed machines of 175 to 800 RPM. Ultra High Speed Pads are for use with high speed machines of 1000 - 3000 RPM.

Manufacturers colorize pads, which makes it easy to choose the right pad for the job. The darker the pad, the more aggressive. For example, black pads are used for stripping floors and white pads are used for polishing floors. Manufacturer colors may vary.

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We Recommend


The Next Telephone Discussion Forum is Saturday, April 8th at 10 a.m. Central. Members Register here
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Download: Customizable Forms For Your Cleaning Business

Ebook: Home Office Procedures Manual for Cleaning Companies

Ebook: Marketing and Sales Success for Cleaning Companies

 

About Us

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