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A SLIP AND FALL SCARE

This week a hotel guest fell on tile that we had recently cleaned. Despite us mounting very visible “Caution” signs and using air blowers to expedite the drying process – as is customary for us – the fall did occur. Fortunately, she was not injured, but the incident serves as a reminder to take all precaution to minimize these situations. Read Full Post +

MILITARY FRIENDLY: A PROUD HONOR

MILITARY FRIENDLY: A PROUD HONORRenue Systems is proud to be selected as a top franchise system for veterans as part of an annual survey prepared by World Franchising Network for USA Today – Franchising Today on the leading franchises for veterans. We have several franchisee owners that have served in the military and are making a strong effort to attract additional ones. One example is a discount on the franchise purchase cost. We also are recruiting at military job fairs around the country to attract both franchisees and w Read Full Post +

A VERY VISIBLE GROUT DIFFERENCE

A VERY VISIBLE GROUT DIFFERENCEOne thing we take very seriously at Renue Systems is our commitment to R&D of deep cleaning practices. We recently introduced into our arsenal a new chemical suitable for some tile and grout situations. Grout cleaning in particular can be challenging for our customers. Many times hotel personnel becomes so accustomed to dirty grout that they think the original color is dark - but that is almost never the case. Lo and behold, the accompanying picture shows a small section contrasting the curr Read Full Post +

TEAM RENUE

TEAM RENUEHere is a picture of some of our team members taking a break from a training session at our main office outside Chicago. Read Full Post +

ARE YOU USING THE RIGHT CARPET CLEANING CHEMICAL?

Here is a simple test to determine the suitability of your chemical: Pour a small amount in a shallow dish and set it aside. Once it has dried thoroughly, examine the substance. If it is gummy or sticky, it is not a good product for your carpet since after cleaning it will leave a residue. However, if the dried substance is flaky or powdery, it can be easily vacuumed away from your carpet fibers along with the soil load. Read Full Post +

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