Winter weather brings unique dirt and cleaning problems – inside! When not handled properly, these problems will cause real long-term damage to facilities and can make people sick.
Floors Take a Beating!
When preparing for a winter storm, we typically salt our walkways, driveways, and sidewalks to make them safe and slip free. And hopefully, we have some quality salt or ice melt that is effective – and better still – the pet-friendly kind so it’s safe all the way around! But while laying down salt and ice melt to keep people from slipping and falling seems like the end of the job, you may not be thinking about the real and permanent damage it can do to floors when it is tracked indoors.
MPC’s Emerald is a perfect solution for all your winter floor worries. This professional grade, optically enhanced neutral floor cleaner is totally synthetic and can be used every day. Ideal for the winter months, MPC’s Emerald is formulated to quickly, safely, and easily remove salt and snow residue from floors. Its slightly acidic pH is safe to use and will not damage the gloss finish of any floor. In fact, it will enhance the beauty of any floor to which it’s applied, never leaving behind a soapy haze. And it smells great too. The wonderful fresh scent is a bonus!
Frosted Windowpanes Aren’t Always Jolly
You may notice the winter months have brought dirty windows with them. MPC’s Streak Free can help you see the snowfall through a crystal-clear lens. Smoke, dust, grease, and soil are all eliminated on both indoor and outdoor windows. This non-ammoniated glass cleaner lives up to its name, leaving zero streaks or residue behind.
Colds Have a Season Too
Let’s remember that winter is cold and flu season. This is why high-touch areas such as doorknobs and light switches must be disinfected often. A2Z is a ready-to-use disinfectant with a broad range of kill claims, including COVID-19, that is designed to keep people healthy. With its lemony scent, it leaves surfaces smelling fresh, inspiring a cheery feeling that can help take away the winter blues.
Meet winter head-on with these tips and products, and show the darkest season who’s boss.