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Reducing Your Environmental Impact

Last updated 7 years ago

This Article was Orginally Published by Facility Management

The most critical element of keeping carpet clean is regular vacuuming. According to IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification), approximately 79% of the soil in carpet is dry.

Using a quality vacuum with a beater brush can remove the majority of the dry soil, and it will be very hard to maintain the carpet without vacuuming on a regular basis. Use this rule of thumb for vacuuming frequency: high traffic – every day; medium traffic – 2 to 3 times a week; and low traffic – 1 to 2 times a week. To find a quality vacuum cleaner, use CRI’s (Carpet and Rug Institute) Seal of Approval list of approved vacuum cleaners, located on its website at To be an approved vacuum, the product must meet the three following criteria: soil removal, dust containment, and carpet fiber retention.

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Windsor's offers a a wide variety of CRI approved commercial vacuums--ranging from the Chariot iVac ATV 24 hard/soft floor stand-on commercial vacuum, the Sensor upright commercial vacuum and the NuWave wide-area commercial vacuum. To learn more about Windsor's other CRI approved commercial vacuums, click here.

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Natalie Damon

Marketing Communications Specialist

This article is also categorized under the following: Windsor | Commercial Vacuum | Commercial Scrubber | Commercial Extractor | Commercial Burnisher | Productivity | Commercial Sweeper | Innovation | Floor Care Equipment


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