CAF Outdoor Cleaning Blog
CAF loves making new friends all over the world! Recently, we had a feature in Trends and Ideas for the Development of Gas Stations - a leading professional blog about gas stations networks and roadside service in the post-Soviet space. The article "Clean Gas Stations Sell More" spotlights how CAF helps gas stations and convenience stores differentiate themselves from the competition by implementing sustainable cleaning programs.
Get the results you want with bioremediation. CAF products like EXIMO and FORO use bioremediation to be the best asphalt and concrete cleaners available.
Soda, coffee, and sugar spills can leave your forecourt sticky, smelly, and unattractive. If your customers track sticky spills back into their vehicles after pumping gas, they may not return to your store. Follow these 3 simple steps to easily remove soda and sugar stains from your concrete with OTIS Multi-Surface Cleaner Concentrate.
It is common for convenience stores and gas stations experience dirty gas pumps and fuel islands. Diesel and other residues build up over time on hard surfaces like gas dispensers, pump handles, concrete surfaces and more. Luckily, you can easily maintain clean gas pumps and fuel stations in 3 simple steps! Follow the instructions in this article for a time-saving (super-fast) method to remove diesel, dirt, and grime from all your outdoor surfaces with OTIS.
Help protect the earth's water with reclaim safe car wash cleaner RENEW.
7 tips for industry-standard cleaning with CAF
Remove oil stains with FORO asphalt cleaner and hardener to increase the durability and longevity of your asphalt surface.
Deep spring cleaning is a crucial part of facility maintenance. Dirt and grime can quickly build up, leaving a gross, unsafe environment for your employees and customers. While a deep clean can seem daunting, it doesn’t have to be! Using a simple checklist and industry standard products will save you time and money.
As businesses start to reopen, it's important to limit the risk of spreading COVID-19. Developing best cleaning and disinfecting practices should be the first step facility managers take to keep their facility safe.