Stark Janitorial Blog

Keeping Up With Office Kitchen Hygiene

Germs are more likely to spread in your office kitchen than almost anywhere else. Think about it: everyone shares that space, and when people are making food or getting coffee, they’re going to touch those surfaces and their mouths. Keep your office kitchen clean for a healthy, safe workplace. Tips for Keeping Your Office Kitchen

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How to Keep Your Desk Clean

Desk clutter creeps up on you before you realize it. Aside from being a disorganized mess, your cluttered desk is a home for germs, dust, and perhaps even moldy old food. Even with a professional cleaning service on your side, a dirty desk is a health risk you don’t want to take. Clutter makes it

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The Dirtiest, Germiest Places in Your Office

Did you know that it only takes 4 hours for the germs from a sick team member to spread throughout the office? Bacteria and viruses spread through person-to-person contact and by getting on surfaces that people touch. Some surfaces, especially synthetic materials like plastic, can harbor germs and viruses for days at a time. The dirtiest

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How to Fight Flu Season

When flu season comes around, it can knock out a huge chunk of your workforce all at once. Keep your team healthy and help prevent the spread of the flu by adopting healthy habits in your workplace. Disinfect Frequently Touched Surfaces The infectious flu virus can survive on hard surfaces like doorknobs and keyboards for

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3 Ways to Reduce Office Waste

If you’re like most companies, your office creates a lot of trash. Have you ever noticed how much garbage a few people can generate in a week? Reducing the amount of waste your office creates is easier than you think. 3 Tips for Reducing Office Trash Reducing the amount of garbage and waste your office

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What Is Dust?

You’ve probably heard the common refrain that dust is mostly made of dead skin cells and dust mites. That little factoid stays in circulation because the gross-out factor is so high. Nobody finds the idea of a fine powder of skin cells and tiny bugs particularly appetizing. As is often the case, the truth is

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