- THE MAGAZINE
While green cleaning has now essentially become the “norm” when it comes to professional cleaning in much of the jansan industry, that has not necessarily been the case for professional carpet cleaners.
You love carpet cleaning. I did too. So I’m happy for both of us!
We’ve covered a lot on green in this issue as a means for cleaning for health and safety.
In the January/February issue of ICS, I shared the “5 Levels of Becoming a Phenomenally Successful Person.” To briefly review, you were created to be phenomenal.
When I first entered this industry, “cleaning” generally indicated removal of any dust or soil contained in the item being on hand.
There is no shortage of information about the topic of green and environmental stewardship.
Going green is a hot topic these days. Nearly every type of company imaginable is putting on the “green” banner, so would it be wise for a small cleaning company to go green?
Originally air movers became popular in the carpet cleaning industry back in the 1960’s and early 70’s with the boom of wall-to-wall carpet and the portable carpet cleaner.
Although I had worked with the floor crew of a local school for summer work my sophomore year of high school, my first real encounter with floor training came in boot camp, July 1972, and it went something like this.