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7 Signs That a Restaurant Isn’t Clean

If you’ve ever walked into a restaurant and immediately wanted to walk out, you’ll know that restaurant cleanliness is important. A clean restaurant is not only a matter of appearances – it’s also a health issue. Customers need to trust that the food that they’re...

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8 Tips to Get Your New Home Move-in Ready

Becoming a new homeowner is an exciting life event. You’ve signed on the dotted line and have already pictured how you’ll make every space your own. When it comes down to move time, however, many homeowners fail to realise that there’s a lot more to do than just...

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World Water Day: How Can We Save Water While Cleaning?

World Water Day, on 22 March every year, is about focusing attention on the importance of water. The theme for World Water Day 2018 is ‘Nature for Water’ – exploring nature-based solutions to the water challenges we face in the 21st century. (worldwaterday.org) In...

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These Unhealthy Office Habits May Be the Reason You Get Sick

Every office has at least one – the employee who’s always off sick. No sooner do they come back from sick leave then they are MIA again in a week or two. If you’re one of those people, you’ll know that being sick seems to be a way of life for you, and days of feeling...

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The When, Where and How of Hotel Carpet Cleaning

In the hospitality industry, cleanliness is of the utmost importance to keep up a favourable reputation. However, being an around-the-clock business means that cleaning efforts have to be carried out swiftly and discreetly so as not to interfere with a hotel guest’s...

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Cleaning & Disinfection: A Food Safety Checklist

In South Africa, HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points) has become an essential component of most food handling operations and restaurants to improve and maintain food safety and hygiene practices. Cleaning and disinfection are at the centre of this, and any...

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Commercial Floor Problems and How to Fix Them

Most commercial establishments are the hub of activity for shopping, eating and entertainment. A study conducted by the Gordon Institute of Business Science found that super regional and regional shopping centres in South Africa averaged a footcount of 800,000...

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