Hospitals and healthcare facilities can improve infection control when departments team up.
Two of the most common cold-causing bacteria are now known to live far longer outside the body than previously believed.
Studies show that oregano oil kills, but does not disinfect.
CBT celebrates its first year of delivering the best news and business information to cleaning business owners.
New materials for homes and businesses create new cleaning challenges for technicians, while old cautions against the use of acidic cleaners and rinses gain a stronger voice.
Study looks at scheduling control programs based on seasonal growth and hibernation patterns.
Studies show that cotton disables some types of disinfectant.
After 25 years, Eugena Bring is still showing her clients the affection symbolized by a carnation by grounding her service with certified technicians and ongoing training and professional development.
The FDA is proposing a new rule to correct is 1994 claim that “nearly all antiseptic active ingredients currently in use are ‘generally recognized as safe and effective.” The rule would require manufacturers of products labeled anti-bacterial to conduct clinical studies to prove their claims.
If you can't prevent food spills from spoiling in the car, use these tips to gently de-odorize and clean them.