With various world conflicts like labor shortages, supply chain issues, and inflation impacting your business right now, it can be daunting to try to have a consistent cleaning checklist for your store. But even in these stressful times, it is essential to your business to have a proper cleaning checklist in place to clean everyday messes. By having your team relearn the value of clean and refer to a cleaning checklist, you will be investing in your store’s appearance which can help increase sales. To get back to basics in cleaning, read these tips on how you can clean and prevent common messes that happen in your business.
When a customer comes to your fuel station, one of the first items that they will interact with is the gas pump. If the pump is dirty, covered in grime and the surrounding concrete is speckled with fuel drips, then they may take their business elsewhere. To prevent having an unhappy customer, we recommend regularly cleaning your gas pump top to bottom, to ensure a positive customer experience. To learn how to get a clean gas pump, follow the steps below.
As electric vehicles (EV) increase in popularity, more and more EV charging stations are popping up. However, many public charging stations are located outside without a canopy to protect them from the elements. Some EV charging stations are already showing signs of damage like scratched screens, mildew accumulation, and even cracked plastic and discoloration caused from harsh UV rays. To extend the life of your EV charging station, use this top to bottom EV charging station cleaning method.
Although it might not be as popular as spring cleaning, fall cleaning is an important chore that should not be skipped.
Teamwork makes the dream work – in this case, teamwork keeps your employees and customers safe. Providing a clean experience for your customers and employees is no longer an option, it is a requirement. It’s important when cleaning and disinfecting your location you add an extra layer of protection. To help you reach your cleanliness goals, we’ve teamed up OTIS Multi-Surface Cleaner Concentrate and ASP Antimicrobial Surface Protection.
If your gas pumps and fuel stations are looking dirty and worn, it should come as no surprise. On average gas stations and convenience stores see roughly 80 million visitors a year. With all this traffic, diesel and other grimy residues start to build up on your outdoor surfaces like gas pumps, dispenser handles, concrete and more. If you're struggling to keep gas pumps and surrounding areas clean, OTIS Heavy Duty Multi-Surface Cleaner quickly solves the problem and reduces labor.
Many foodservice centers such as restaurants, convenience stores, and stadiums use hot dog roller grills. They are great for encouraging impulse sales and extra revenue. However, this money maker needs maintenance to keep it in great working order and can often be tricky to clean.
Asphalt is a durable surface that is well known for being used for parking lots, driveways, drive thrus, and forecourts. When taken care of properly, asphalt can last a long time but because it is a porous surface, it is susceptible to degradation. Gasoline and oil stains on asphalt can deteriorate the surface which can lead to damage like potholes. However, by utilizing FORO on your asphalt, you can get rid of the oil stains as well as strengthen and protect your asphalt.
Mutations in COVID 19 around the world have resulted in several new strains of the virus that scientists believe to be up to 70% more transmissible than earlier variants. With these changes in transmission rates, it is now more important than ever to protect your customers and employees. ASP™ is an EPA registered surface protectant that creates an invisible coating to provide long lasting protection from microbes for virtually any surface.
It’s a proven fact that all convenience store owners have to come to terms with at some point: cleaner stores lead to higher sales. But a lot of those sales come from successfully drawing customers inside, which starts with having a clean outside.