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Disinfectants List Approved (EPA-USA)

Link: USA Today: (Article) These cleaners kill coronavirus: Lysol, Clorox, Purell products make EPA’s disinfectants list

Maple Ridge Janitorial Supplies carries disinfectants as often as Distributors restock after a shortage. We reorder as quickly as possible. Check with us: 604-463-2388 Mon to Thursday.

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What are the benefits of using microfibre?

Microfibre Cloths  Yellow   Pro 10 pack

The Benefits of Microfiber are significant

Why is microfibre preferred by professionals? …Better Cleaning. Microfiber towels contain more than 200,000 fibers per inch of fabric and can absorb more than seven times their weight in water, making them much more effective than traditional cleaning cloths, and they are also…

Environmentally Friendly. …

Cost Savings. …

Improved Safety. …

Promote Better Health.

Commercial cleaning pros prefer microfibre over cotton for cleaning jobs.

Cotton sheets are more breathable than microfiber and won’t trap heat as easily, providing a more comfortable sleep. However…and that’s a BIG however…as microfiber sheets can be more durable than cotton sheets, as natural fibers–particularly less expensive cotton options–can break down more easily with frequent washes.

For more information, (or to try microfire cloths for cleaning) just give our consultant, Shelly Ruthven a call (free) at 604-460-2097 (Monday thru Friday) a Consultant at Jani-Clean Janitorial and make an appointment to come in and she will see you get what you need, information or product, for any job. *

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Microfibers are densely constructed polyester and polyamide (nylon) fibers that are approximately 1/16th the thickness of a human hair. When woven together, these fibers create a net-like surface area covered with millions of spaces to trap moisture, dirt and debris. The micro fibers are able to get into tiny nooks and crevices whereas the traditional cotton cloth and mop fibers are not.
The nylon component of the fiber also produces a static charge that attracts dirt, pulling it in and trapping it until the cloth or pad is washed.
 ~ Shelly Ruthven   
of Jani-Clean Janitorial Services, Maple Ridge