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What Is OPT

What Is OPT

OPT And Innovation How often do you adjust the temperature at home? Have you ever looked at that box or dial on your wall and wondered about its history? The man behind that control was Warren Seymour Johnson. Interesting fact about Warren: he was a professor in Wisconsin. And was tired of his winter classes […]

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Mold and Mildew

Mold and Mildew

Have you ever went bowling or ridden in a boat? Maybe you’ve used a calendar at least one or two times this week? Or perhaps, you’ve cut or burned yourself recently? You are probably wondering what these things have in common with mold and mildew? Two words: ANCIENT EGYPTIANS The ancient Egyptians are credited with […]

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Storing Linens

Storing Linens

The East Coast had an unusually wet and cool year in 2018. We’re definitely tired of gray, rainy days – are you? Everyone scrubbed more mold and mildew – and washed and re-washed more laundry – than ever before! Have you had problems with storing linens and keeping them fresh? We hope that our blog […]

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An Oil Change For, Your Washer?

An Oil Change For, Your Washer?

A LITTLE REMINISCING The year was 1908 and Henry Ford had just given the world his Model T automobile. The owners of those first models were supposed to drain the oil after the first 500 miles and then change the oil every 1,000 miles – or every year, whichever they achieved first! When they did […]

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Conquering Reclaim

Conquering Reclaim

Rags to riches. Do you have a favorite shirt? If you spilled grease or paint or some other substance on that shirt would you immediately remove it and throw it in the trash? If you’re like most people you wouldn’t! You would spot and treat that stain so many times you almost wear a hole […]

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To Bleach or Not to Bleach

To Bleach or Not to Bleach

Does this list look familiar to you Water hypochlorite chloride carbonate chlorate hydroxide polyacrylate If you’ve ever washed clothing or cleaned a bathroom you have definitely seen this list. Here are some descriptions to help you: hypochlorite: kills germs chloride: table salt carbonate: degreaser hydroxide: lye polyacrylate: keeps soiling from staying on fabric Still don’t […]

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Bloodborne Pathogens

Bloodborne Pathogens

Stop for a minute and look around at your laundry work area… Do you know who is responsible for all of these wonderful machines? No, not your employer, not the bank – not even LES! You can thank the ancient Romans for all of this ease and comfort. Long ago, the Romans decided that wearing […]

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