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Tips to prevent illness from running rampant within your facility in 2017

By : January 25, 2017 No Comments

Preventing the spread of illness within your facility should always be a top priority. It is especially true this time of year as colds and the flu can severely disrupt workplace productivity. A common concern in workplace wellness is “presenteeism” – working while sick –which leads to productivity loss, poor health and exhaustion. Poor worker […]

Carpet Cleaning Tip – How to Remove Stains

By : December 6, 2016 No Comments

Red wine?  Of course it couldn’t be white wine!  And someone spilled it all on the white carpet.  Now what? Take action immediately on the spill before it becomes a stain by first using a clean white cloth to blot out as much wine as possible – do not use the cloth to rub the […]

The Appearance of Your Parking Garage, Parking Lots & Curbs Matter

By : September 8, 2016 No Comments

While it may be a cliché, a positive first impression is an important part of building a long-term partnership with your customers. This is especially true when it comes to the appearance of your parking garage and/or parking lot. Imagine a customer pulling into your parking garage or lot for a meeting and all they […]

Specialty Services Update – Summer 2016

By : July 14, 2016 No Comments

We tend to focus on seasonal cleaning:  “spring cleaning”, “fall cleaning”, preparing for the winter months—but we all tend to forget about summer cleaning.  Well, summer is here!  It seems we all get so busy with our summertime activities and having fun that we tend to forget about the vital things in our buildings that […]

Sustainable cleaning to improve indoor health

By : June 20, 2016 No Comments

Sustainable cleaning –  sometimes referred to as “green cleaning” – reduces the exposure to potentially hazardous products, equipment, or processes that can adversely affect our health within the indoor work environment. Three (3) key areas to pay attention to inside your facility to help achieve a healthier indoor environment include: chemicals, materials and equipment, and […]

Where you spend 90% of your time may be detrimental to your health

By : May 20, 2016 No Comments

According to the EPA, the average American spends 90% of their time indoors, and the vast majority of this time is spent in an office environment. In most office environments, concentrations of some pollutants are often 2-5 times higher, and in some cases even 100 times greater, than typical outdoor concentrations. While the vast majority […]

Earth Day 2016

By : April 22, 2016 No Comments

Today is the 46th anniversary of Earth Day! The very first Earth Day was celebrated on April 22, 1970 in the U.S., and was founded by Senator Gaylord Nelson.As a certified GS-42 Green Kleening company, Earth Day is a special day for us at Mister Kleen. We are extremely passionate about sustainability, especially within the […]

The Importance of Cleaning Your Carpets and Upholstery this Spring

By : March 23, 2016 No Comments

Spring is officially here, which means it’s time for a spring cleaning of your carpets and upholstery! Most offices elect to have their carpets and upholstery restoratively cleaned this time of year. This makes sense considering all the salt, sand, dirt and debris that has been tracked inside from the winter months. While appearance of […]

How to prevent pipes from freezing and causing a flood this winter

By : February 10, 2016 No Comments

Winter weather can be very unpredictable, especially in the DC metro region. While fluctuating temperatures is a nuisance when determining what clothes to wear, changes in temperature can also put your building or home at risk as pipes can freeze and burst when thawing under warmer weather. Below are some tips courtesy of the American […]