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  • Carpet & Upholstery Care: Your facility’s carpet provides a combination of beauty, vibrant color and comfort for employees and guests. Housekeeping managers want carpet in their facilities to look their best at all times. Clean, well-maintained carpet gives a positive impression to those who see them, building occupants and visitors alike. Carpet cleaning - for beautification, removal of stains, dirt, grit, sand, and allergens can be achieved by several methods, both traditional and modern. SGCE uses the most advance technology for carpet Care sourced from NCL and LAVOR from USA and ITALY Regular vacuuming is critical for carpets because the faster housekeeping crews remove dirt, the less damage it will do and the longer carpets will last. For hard flooring, such as vinyl composite tile or terrazzo, regular dust mopping and damp mopping remove grit before it can damage the floor’s gloss. The proper Carpet Care System which includes hot injection/extraction technology with encapsulating cleaning chemicals can do wonders. Most carpets that have had many cleanings end up with a barrier midway down that are residues of shampoos that have not been cleaned. Three-dimensional cleaning guarantees the product will penetrate all the way down, loosen and remove the soil, and prevent the stain from coming back. Saudi General Cleaning Equipment Co. (SGCE) provides several types of equipment for Carpet Care and various options for residue free shampoo, fast drying and stains removal. Maintaining a good image isn’t the only reason to keep carpets clean and aesthetically pleasing. Cleaning carpets promotes a healthier indoor environment and better working conditions. Removing dust, mold, allergens, and bacteria-laden particulates is just one way a cleaner carpet contributes to a healthier facility. Regular cleaning also extends the life of the carpet and allows managers to use savings in the capital budget elsewhere. Carpet cleaning machines can be expensive. Large carpeted areas might require such equipment as walk-behind extractors, shampoo machines, wide-area vacuums, and other more expensive machines. Similarly, quality upholstery represents the level of furnishings a facility provides to its occupants and visitors. Good upholstery requires to be cleaned and maintained with ultra care. Combination of right equipment and cleaning chemicals is the key for deep cleaning the upholstery saving it from shrinking and damage. The first step in reducing soiling is to prevent as much of it as possible from entering buildings. This actually begins outside, with keeping walkways and parking lots clean. In winter, removing snow and ice from walkways helps prevent moisture from entering buildings. At entrances to buildings, walk-off mats are crucial in capturing soil that otherwise would be tracked in on shoes. An ideal system of matting incorporates three stages. First are the scraper mats, which are aggressive mats designed to remove large pieces of soil from shoes. These mats generally are placed at entrances, just outside a building. Inside, a second mat extending 4-5 feet captures any remaining large soil particles, as well as dust and moisture, from shoes. It is a good idea to use a mat with a water-dam design. This design, constructed with barrier ridges on the edges, keeps moisture on the mat. The third stage is a walk-off mat with dense fibers capable of capturing any fine dust or soil residue still on shoes. Managers should ensure that mats are cleaned frequently because dirty mats loaded with soil are not as effective in decreasing the amount of soil tracked into buildings. Spot It A good all-around carpet maintenance system also incorporates smaller pieces of equipment that help remove soiling and spots that occur inside buildings. A vital element of any carpet-care program is a spotting kit. These kits come with cleaning chemicals designed to remove specific soils and stains, a spotting chart, and a general spotting agent. Cleaning crews can follow the spotting chart for directions on which chemical to use if a general spotter doesn’t remove a spot or soiled area. Spotting kits usually contain chewing-gum-removal products, as well as scrapers and brushes that can agitate the fibers. A portable extractor is a must in removing spills and spots before they become stains. These machines come in a variety of sizes. The smallest are handheld and can be carried easily to extract and rinse a problem as small as a beverage spill. Some smaller extractors have up to three tanks — one for a cleaning solution, a recovery tank for dirty solution, and one for clear rinse water. Larger portable extractors have larger-capacity tanks for cleaning solutions and accessories, such as hoses and wands. These machines can be used for cleaning entrances and eating areas, such as lunchrooms and break rooms. Water vacuums with wands for use on carpets and rugs are invaluable in situations where cleaning crews must remove large amounts of water from a floor. Water vacuums are designed to remove large amounts of water quickly and have bigger recovery tank capacities than smaller portable extractors. Generally, water vacuums are not used for cleaning carpets unless they have cleaning solution hose attachments. Suck It Up Successful daily cleaning requires vacuuming. In areas where a wide-area vacuum is not practical, smaller upright vacuums and backpack vacuums are useful. The advantage of smaller, portable vacuums is their ease of use. Backpack vacuums allow users to work in otherwise inaccessible areas, such as stairways and landings. They are also useful in crowded areas, such as offices. Newer-generation backpacks and uprights are designed to have better suction and filtration capacity, and now high-efficiency particulate-air (HEPA) filters are standard in many models. Xtreme Power back packs are finest in the industry as they are light weight to carry. Canister vacuums are making a comeback in popularity due to improvements in design. They are portable and have long cords and hoses that help cleaners reach more area. New canister vacuums from LavorPro, offer lower noise levels than previous models, as many of them have quieter motors. A carpet sweeper is another useful piece of equipment. Carpet sweepers are small devices mounted on handles with a cylindrical brush design for sweeping carpet into an enclosed dustpan or tray. Sweepers are designed for use in high-traffic areas where use of vacuum cleaners is difficult, such as cafeterias and restaurants. An alternative to both a manually operated carpet sweeper and a vacuum cleaner is a stick vacuum. Also known as an electric broom, it is a small vacuum mounted on a handle that is much smaller than a conventional upright vacuum. These sweepers are available in both cord-electric and battery styles. Fine-tune It To remove some stubborn stains, many departments use a steam-vapor cleaner. These machines inject steam into the carpet, and the cleaner then blots out the stain. These small, portable machines combine high heat and low moisture to clean and disinfect spots and soiled areas on carpet and hard surfaces. Finally, every carpet-cleaning arsenal should include power sprayers. These handheld tanks come with hoses and wands and are available in manual or electric-pump styles. Sprayers are useful for applying pre-spray cleaning solutions in high-traffic and heavily soiled areas. After cleaning and extraction, cleaning crews can use sprayers to apply soil-retardant solutions, anti-static agents, deodorizers, odor neutralizers, and flame-retardant chemicals. Having an effective carpet maintenance program takes planning and commitment. The proper equipment and supplies, combined with regular training, will help ensure the carpets look clean and attractive, last longer, and promote a healthier indoor environment. Deep clean stains and odors in carpeting with SOTECO heavy duty, deep cleaning carpet extractors and remove surface stains and odors with interim carpet extraction.
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  • A facility is known for its floor you walk on. First impression is created the moment you enter the facility as floors reflect the style and taste of property you are visiting. To protect this investment, housekeeping managers need to maintain the appearance and extend the life of the flooring. Proper floor care starts with architects and the interior designers specifying the correct flooring material for its application. Beyond installation, it is up to managers to make sure in-house staff or contracted services maintains the floor in a proper and efficient manner. Unfortunately, in too many cases, architects specify flooring more for aesthetics and less for functionality, and managers make the mistake of assuming in-house staff or contracted services already know the best cleaning equipment, chemicals, schedules and tasks to keep floors looking their best. Unfortunately, this too often is not the case. Professional Solutions for Proper Floor Care: Proper floor care and maintenance consists of two equally important steps. The first is to identify floor material being used. The second step is developing a program to best care for given flooring efficiently while also keeping labor and supply costs as low as possible. Floor care of any flooring must take into consideration the following conditions: Traffic. How many people are walking across the floor, and what is being rolled or dragged across the floor? Environment. What type of soil is being left on the floor? Congestion. What physical obstacles might hinder floor care procedures? Time. When can floor care tasks be performed? Size. What is the square footage of the area to be maintained? With this information, a manager can develop and implement a comprehensive program to insure floors consistently look their best. Equipment Issues: Technology has changed over the last seven or so years in terms of floor-care equipment, chemicals and supplies. Given these major changes, managers should not assume that a supplier of floor-care equipment and products with 20 years of experience necessarily understands the best ways to maintain floors, especially considering some of the new materials that have entered the market. Putting a floor finish on everything is not the answer. In fact, it would make sense for the managers to provide written specifications on procedures, chemicals, supplies and equipment to be used, based on current technology, to reduce costs and keep floors looking their best. Given its big-ticket nature, managers would do well to give floor-care equipment extra attention. Selection of Equipment: Managers face three major challenges when developing a program to properly care for flooring. Before addressing these challenges, though, managers have one hurdle to clear: changing the way that people involved in floor care view the process. To change this mind set, managers need to educate themselves about trends and encourage in-house housekeeping staff or contracted services to change the way they perform floor care. It is amazing how many floor care professionals have never used microfiber mops for dry/wet mopping or floor-finish application, or have no idea what a planetary head machine is. It’s also amazing that, even though manufacturers of floor-care equipment and supplies have improved their products, the typical floor-care technician still performs floor care using equipment and supplies that are outdated, when compared to alternatives available on the market today. The second challenge is the result of the shrinking floor care budgets. The right cleaning equipment does come with a price tag. Housekeeping departments can’t continue with same old limited resources. The third challenge involves improper floor-care procedures that are performed by in-house employees or employees of facility Management Company. Too often, they are using procedures they used 20 years ago and never bothered to update. For the third challenge, the solution is to provide written specifications of floor care procedures to be performed, as well as the training for in-house employees or contracted services to support these procedures. Ultimately, it will be up to managers to enforce these changes. For the first and second challenges, the answer is to incorporate recent advances in floor-care equipment into the program. All of the equipment that has come to the market in recent years allows workers to maintain more square feet in a shorter amount of time and to do so more thoroughly. The decision on equipment use will depend on the size of the area to be maintained and the type of flooring. Any size area, whether it has hard or soft flooring, will benefit from the use of backpack vacuum cleaners. Also, hard-surface floors will benefit from the use of microfiber mops to remove wet or dry soil. Cleaning contractors can continue to use standard, corded electric floor-care equipment, including a rotary floor machine, a wet vacuum, and a high-speed burnisher, in areas smaller than 1,500 square feet. In areas larger than 1,500 square feet, managers should consider specifying the use of higher-production equipment, such as autoscrubbers, battery or propane burnishers, propane finish strippers, battery sweepers, and planetary movement carpet care equipment. Housekeeping managers trying to ensure that cleaning crews have the proper equipment should consider these recommendations to protect the large investments made in high quality flooring. Hard floors • backpack vacuums • microfiber mopping systems, both wet and dry • microfiber finish application systems • ride-on sweepers • walk-behind sweepers • ride-on scrubbers • walk-behind scrubbers • high-pressure tile and grout cleaning equipment • battery-powered burnishers • floor-finish strippers • stone care and restoration equipment. Soft floors • backpack vacuums • ride-on sweepers • Carpet extractors • effective and most appropriate carpet cleaning solutions • planetary-movement carpet care equipment • downward-flow carpet air movers.
  • Housekeeping Products Saudi Cleaning Equipment Co. offers a complete range of products for your smaller cleaning needs. From hand sanitizers in gel, foam and liquid solutions, to mops and buckets to absorb the little spills, we provide our customers with all of the tools of the trade. We also carry receptacles for an organised cleaning system. Our maneuverable, lightweight and easy-to-clean trolleys and carts make room-cleaning a breeze, and have plenty of space to carry a full kit of supplies from one room to the next. Our wheeled garbage, compost and recycling bins help you keep your space clean, are easy to use and fully mobile.
  • Investing in marble is an investment for life-- one that is easier to care for than you may think. Your marble features can be showcase to emphasis a number of different features depending on the finishing of the stone. A polished finish is glossy and reflective; and emphasizes the color and markings of the stone. It's best suited for counter tops and other accent pieces. A honed finish is satin smooth, and reflects relatively little light. Customers generally prefer the honed finish for floors and areas with heavy foot traffic that would wear down a polished finish. It can also be applied to furniture tops. A flamed finish is rough, textured and often used on granite floor tiles.
  • Specialty Cleaning machines of SGCE are designed to satisfy today's demanding outdoor cleaning requirements. From chemical-free steam cleaners for use in hotels, to escalator cleaners that keep your indoor transportation safe, we've got your cleaning needs covered.