Many states have begun to re-open the economy after the White House’s guidelines have been published. Not every state have had as strict of regulations as other, so this is an example out of the many. To view all states official stance, visit: https://home.jracenstein.com/state-by-state-guidlines To view more, follow this link: https://covid19.ca.gov/roadmap/
Each state has their own rules, regulations, and perhaps numerous orders on closures and re-opening guidelines. To see the updated stance on your state, check out this resource: https://www.cnn.com/interactive/2020/us/states-reopen-coronavirus-trnd/
Official White House guidelines have been announced on how to open up the economy. They direct state and local governments on how to reopen the economies and get people back to work. Here’s a snapshot: To view more, follow this link: https://www.whitehouse.gov/openingamerica/
The Ultimate COVID-19 Pivot We’ve not only been talking to those who have managed to stay busy and/or turn their cancellation calls into work, but we’ve also been searching for those doing the same in other industries. We’ve not only been talking to those who have managed to stay busy and/or turn their cancellation calls… Continue reading Turning COVID-19 into more work – Part 3
COVID-19 is causing cancellations left and right. We’ve been talking to those who have managed to stay busy and/or turn their cancellation calls into work.If you didn’t catch our last email on the window cleaner that was able to pivot his message and turn his existing customer’s cancellations into work, don’t worry! He have it right… Continue reading Turning COVID into more work. Part 2
The Coronavirus can stay on surfaces for hours even days. It is typically transferred by cough or sneeze to the hand and then to a surface. Once on the surface, how long does it last? Depending on the surface, it can be just a few hours, or up to 4 days. COVID in the air,and… Continue reading How Long does COVID-19 Stay on Glass?
COVID-19 is shaking the world. But you already knew that. Not only is the Coronavirus shutting down schools, gyms, public places, etc., but it is also closing down offices and businesses. This pandemic is shaking the cleaning industry as well. Which seems surprising, shouldn’t we need to clean now more than ever? Yes, we do. … Continue reading Turning COVID-19 Cancellations into Work – Part 1
Critical Infrastructure Guidance Federal and many state and local governments have been imposing numerous restrictions. These restrict people to their homes except for crucial needs, like food. Work has been restricted to at home, or not at all for many industries. These restrictions include exceptions for specific “Critical Infrastructure”. The publication includes guidelines defining what is… Continue reading Critical Infrastructure Guidelines for Covid-19
Sodium Hypochlorite is commonly known as Bleach. It comes in varying strengths. But the two most common are store bought, at 6%, and industrial strength, at 12.5%. The strength commonly used in the cleaning industry is 12.5% SH. The CDC has announced that Bleach IS an effective cleaning and sanitizing agent against COVID-19. This is… Continue reading Working With Sodium Hypochlorite (SH), or Bleach, during COVID-19 times.
Meet and Greet in Santa Ana J Racenstein and SoftWash’s AC Lockyer hosted a Meet and Greet in Santa Ana California. An event full of laughs and buffalo wings, every one had a good time. Attendees spent the sunny afternoon sharing on the job stories and tips. Take a look at a few of the… Continue reading Meet and Greet in Santa Ana