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Posted by Briana Smith on Oct 3, 2013 12:30:00 PM

PDIR: R is for Restorative (Cleaning)

Republished with permission from Windsor's Cleaning Tip of the Month eNewletter September 2013

Restorative cleaning is the final step in our PDIR cleaning process. This is the most labor and time intensive step. If you utilize PDIR in your facility you will reduce your dependence on restorative cleaning, ultimately saving you time, money, and chemical. As a reminder PDIR stands for Preventative, Daily, Interim and Restorative cleaning processes.

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Topics: Windsor, equipment, restorative cleaning

Posted by Briana Smith on Jul 11, 2013 12:30:00 PM

PDIR: D is for Daily (Cleaning)

From Windsor's Cleaning Tip of the Month eNewletter June 2013

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Topics: Windsor, daily cleaning, equipment, floor care maintenance

Posted by Briana Smith on May 9, 2013 12:30:00 PM

PDIR: P is for Preventative (Cleaning)

From Windsor's Cleaning Tip of the Month eNewletter April 2013

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Topics: preventative, cleaning, Windsor

Posted by Briana Smith on Apr 11, 2013 12:30:00 PM

Behind the Scenes - Windsor Machine Demo at Universal Studios

As described by Mike Anderson, Machine Specialist from WAXIE Ontario

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Topics: Universal Studios, WAXIE-Green, Windsor

Posted by Briana Smith on Feb 21, 2013 12:30:00 PM

Forget the Car, Buy or Lease a Chariot by Windsor

Interview with Doug Pfaff from Windsor

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Topics: interview, Windsor, machines

Posted by Briana Smith on Dec 27, 2012 12:30:00 PM

Windsor's Cleaning Tip of the Month: Carpet Deep Extraction Procedure

Guest Post  |  December 27, 2012

Your carpet cleaner with deep extraction!

Vacuuming and encapsulation are improtant in keeping your carpet looking good and preserving your investment as long as possible. Ultimately the day will come when you will clean even deeper that that; thorough wet cleaning is an important step to consider when taking care of carpets.

Why is it even necessary to take on challenge like that? Are vacuuming and encapsulation not enough? The answer: no, they are not. Even doing them regularly will not eliminate the need for a deep, restorative cleaning. Luckily extraction is not as difficult as it sounds. Using the right methods and machines will minimize the down-time of the area as much as possible.

To really get down into the carpet structure, you need water, chem

ical, and a machine that will work the above mentioned items into the carpet as well as get them out of the carpet again! There are two options for this: Use a spray-extraction cleaner such as the Windsor Dominator 17 (#573568) or for deep extraction, use a machine such as a Windsor Clipper 12 (#573565).

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Topics: extraction, procedure, Dominator, Clipper, carpet, cleaning, Windsor