Friday 1st September marks the official start of autumn. Windy, wet weather and falling leaves become more of an obstacle for cleaning teams, but are easily tackled with two floor cleaning machines.
Put down that rake! A sweeper makes light work of leaves and other debris, with the TruSweep 460 providing a sweeping performance of up to 2600 m²/h. Its 40 litre capacity provides m...
Understanding the operation of a machine is crucial, benefiting productivity, avoiding accidents and aiding to the longevity of the machine.
1. Representative Training
Truvox offers face-to-face training for your cleaning teams that will show users how to setup, use and complete basic maintenance on your machine, with a training certificate issued upon completion.
With Truvox floor c...
Carpet extractors offer a cost-effective way to clean carpets and provide solutions for routine tasks, such as taking care of spillages and deep cleaning.
However, with a wide variety of carpet extractors available, which is the best for your facility? Here are the key points you should consider when purchasing a carpet extractor.
There are two main types of carpet extractors, wh...
For any education facility, high traffic and frequent spills can be a struggle for staff. However, there are machines that can help work around pupils and staffs’ busy schedules, offering a quick, cost-effective solution for floorcare in schools.
An efficient vacuum cleaner is a must for any facility, with vacuuming necessary to pick up dirt and debris before cleaning hard floors...
Vinyl is often installed to be a low maintenance flooring option in many facilities, however does require cleaning and light maintenance.
Here’s a cost-effective way to clean vinyl floors in your facility:
Vacuuming is the essential first step as it ensures all loose debris and dirt is removed. Both the VTVe and Valet Battery Upright vacuums are excellent for undertaking this ta...