3 Winter Washing Solutions to Keep Your Floors Fresh

3 Winter Washing Solutions to Keep Your Floors Fresh

Slush season is officially upon us. It’s that time of year when salt, road grime, and boot puddles begin to migrate indoors, doubling your daily cleaning duties. Not only is there an increased risk for slip and fall injuries, but prolonged exposure to moisture and sodium can contribute to the deterioration of indoor flooring, making frequent washing the key to long term maintenance.

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5 Reasons to Stop Using Road Salt this Winter

5 Reasons to Stop Using Road Salt this Winter

Recently, we talked about the importance of de-icing walking surfaces in order to prevent slip and fall injuries during the winter months. But did you know that the most commonly used form of de-icer- road salt- has serious, harmful implications for the environment?

That’s right: All that sodium poured on the ground doesn’t just disappear; instead it flows into rivers and streams and seeps into the surrounding vegetation, disrupting ecosystems and in some cases, even poisoning the wildlife.

Need a nudge to make the switch to an environmentally friendly icemelter? Here are 5 big reasons to stop using road salt.

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4 Ways to Prevent Slip and Fall Injuries this Winter

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In Canada each year, more than 42,000 workers are injured from falling accidents, and 66% of these falls occur as a result of slippery walking surfaces. In the winter months, as both indoor and outdoor areas become increasingly wet, icy, and slushy, the risk of slip and fall accidents increases exponentially. Prevention is the key to protecting your residents, customers, and even pedestrians passing by from sustaining injury on your property. That’s why today we’re going to share the 4 most effective ways to prevent slips from occurring during the winter months.

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5 Easy Steps to Stop the Spread of Influenza

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There’s a reason why “Winter” and “Flu Season” are synonymous. As soon as the cold weather hits, we spend an increasing number of hours indoors, making it easier for viruses to spread between people in close contact with one another. The good news is that a few simple cleaning precautions can slow or even prevent the spread of the flu, making it especially important to develop a disinfecting and cleaning plan for the colder months of the year.

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Stock Up Now on Winter Supplies Before the Snow Flies

Winter Newsletter

It’s true: We used the “W” word- winter. Sure, autumn has only just begun, but why wait to hit the store in the middle of the season’s first snowstorm? Now is the perfect time to begin stocking up on all your favourite winter maintenance products from A&G Supply.

 

Xynyth Arctic Blue Icemelter – 44 lb. Poly Bag
Effective to -15 degrees Celsius, this icemelter provides instant traction without an oily residue. Dependable, safe, and economically sensible, Arctic Blue makes uniform application easy with its signature blue colour.

Xynyth Mountain Natural Icemelter– 44 lb. Poly Bag
Effective to nearly -23 degrees Celsius, Mountain Natural Icemelter works immediately without leaving an oily residue. Safe for use on vegetation and concrete, this product is also safe to handle, making application simple and easy.

Americo Aqua Dam Indoor/Outdoor Mats
Ideal for use in high traffic areas, the Americo Aqua Dam Mats’ rugged bi-level construction combines a heavy-duty polypropylene surface with durable nitrile rubber backing for maximum safety and cleanliness.

Order now from A&G Supply’s simple online checkout and have your winter maintenance products delivered straight to your door well before the first flurries hit the floor. Check out our extensive online catalogue today for more information!

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Is there one maintenance supply you always seem to run out of during the winter months?

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