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Not all water-fed brushes are the same

> What you need to know about water-fed brushes

> The role played by the material, weight, width, hardness, and the nozzles when it comes to cleaning

> Find the right water-fed brush with the Pure Water configurator

Ergonomic and efficient: UNGER erGO! clean is #1

> Sabine R. Mück (HyCo Mück): fewer work-related injuries thanks to intuitive, user-friendly handling

> UNGER partnership with the University of Siegen and Velamed: studies prove the efficient and ergonomic advantages of the erGO! clean floor cleaning system

> sarikohn reports: cover more square feet in less time and therefore lower labour costs

> The first and only S-shaped telescopic handle to be awarded the AGR seal of approval

Making the dirty clean: show us your cleaning success stories

> Demanding cleaning tasks

> What challenge have you mastered?

>Send us your before & after shots

How are poles produced?

> Why are water-fed poles so sturdy?

> Composite materials ensure high material quality

> How fibre and resin systems are turned into a pole

> Combination of crosswise and lengthwise fibres for flexibility and stability

“Buying cheap means paying twice”

> Interview with hygiene expert Sabine R. Mück

> Advantages of high-grade cleaning equipment

> Greater area coverage with less required time leads to lower cost

> Advantages of ergonomic floor cleaning systems

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Making the dirty clean: show us your cleaning success stories

> Demanding cleaning tasks

> What challenge have you mastered?

>Send us your before & after shots

“Buying cheap means paying twice”

> Interview with hygiene expert Sabine R. Mück

> Advantages of high-grade cleaning equipment

> Greater area coverage with less required time leads to lower cost

> Advantages of ergonomic floor cleaning systems

UNGER, Velamed and the University of Siegen are carrying out a study on ergonomic cleaning

> A study to improve the working ergonomics of cleaners

> 40 percent of cleaners complain about pain*

> Minimise downtime and costs with ergonomic tools

> The study proves: Innovative products are essential for optimum working ergonomics

Efficient floor cleaning: Area coverage without limits

> Highest cleaning performance

> Maximise cleaning and floor area coverage

> Ensure time savings

> The recommendation: erGO! clean floor cleaning system

> AGR seal of approval confirms ergonomic way of working

6 steps to your individual pure water system

> Working with pure water is the trend

> How to find the right products

> External factors play a role

> Practical tool: UNGER pure water configurator

> Put together an individual pure water system

The most common sources of error when working with pure water – part 1

It is a fact: the use of pure water has revolutionized window cleaning and brings about significant time and cost savings – at least when used correctly.

Knowledge for professional window and building cleaners

Whether tips for everyday work, useful information from the industry, or exciting new products: Clean Magazine provides professional news that makes the daily lives of window and building cleaners easier and keeps you up to date.

News

Ergonomic and efficient: UNGER erGO! clean is #1

> Sabine R. Mück (HyCo Mück): fewer work-related injuries thanks to intuitive, user-friendly handling

> UNGER partnership with the University of Siegen and Velamed: studies prove the efficient and ergonomic advantages of the erGO! clean floor cleaning system

> sarikohn reports: cover more square feet in less time and therefore lower labour costs

> The first and only S-shaped telescopic handle to be awarded the AGR seal of approval

UNGER, Velamed and the University of Siegen are carrying out a study on ergonomic cleaning

> A study to improve the working ergonomics of cleaners

> 40 percent of cleaners complain about pain*

> Minimise downtime and costs with ergonomic tools

> The study proves: Innovative products are essential for optimum working ergonomics

Record results: That was Interclean 2018

> Review of the Interclean Amsterdam 2018 trade fair

> Record results with 34,000 trade visitors

> UNGER: New cleaning tools and product highlights

> More about the new products soon, exclusively in clean Magazine

INTERCLEAN Amsterdam 2018: a preview of the trade fair

> Trade fair for the cleaning and hygiene sector

> Venue and programme

> Amsterdam Innovation Award

> Tickets

The IWCA Convention:
A trade show that’s a major event

> Annual window cleaning trade show in the USA

> Product innovations, industry trends and much more

> Competition: The quickest wins!

This is what to expect in 2018!

> Sector topics

> ISSA/INTERCLEAN Amsterdam

> Trend: Digitisation

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Products & Knowledge

Not all water-fed brushes are the same

> What you need to know about water-fed brushes

> The role played by the material, weight, width, hardness, and the nozzles when it comes to cleaning

> Find the right water-fed brush with the Pure Water configurator

How are poles produced?

> Why are water-fed poles so sturdy?

> Composite materials ensure high material quality

> How fibre and resin systems are turned into a pole

> Combination of crosswise and lengthwise fibres for flexibility and stability

Combat limescale and streaks on glass surfaces

> Window cleaning with pure water

> How to avoid limescale and streaks

> This is what I need for working with pure water

> Clean safely from the ground with pole systems

Efficient floor cleaning: Area coverage without limits

> Highest cleaning performance

> Maximise cleaning and floor area coverage

> Ensure time savings

> The recommendation: erGO! clean floor cleaning system

> AGR seal of approval confirms ergonomic way of working

Ergonomic indoor window cleaning up to five metres working height

> NEW: Stingray complete set for indoor window cleaning

> Outstanding ergonomic features

> 25 percent faster indoor window cleaning

> 39 percent less cleaning agent

6 steps to your individual pure water system

> Working with pure water is the trend

> How to find the right products

> External factors play a role

> Practical tool: UNGER pure water configurator

> Put together an individual pure water system

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Tipps & Tricks

Practical test: UNGER RubOut

> Insider tip against stubborn limescale soiling

> Remove limescale deposits, rust, soap and mineral residues

> A glass and commercial cleaner performs the user test

> This is how professional limescale removal works

> Faster and more efficient with better results

This is how to scrape

> Scrape glass properly

> Test the suitability of glass surfaces

> Preparation for glass cleaning

> Avoid damage by means of blade changes

> Remove stubborn dirt

How to recognise single pane safety glass

> A professional tip with the lighter trick

> How to quickly detect single pane safety glass

> The difference between singe pane safety glass and flat glass

> Check for production damage

Challenge: Slat cleaning

> Cleaning exterior blinds

> Advantages with pure water

> Working from the ground with water fed pole systems

> The right water fed brush gets the right result

Spring Clean: How to prepare your equipment for the new season

> Checklist: Testing of the pure water systems

> Correct servicing of the equipment after winter

> Good resin quality for thorough cleaning

> Do not forget the brushes: as even here dirt builds!

Watch out, winter is on its way! Follow these tips and you will be thoroughly prepared for the cold season.

Tip 1: Warm hands and good grip

Tip 2: Clean gutters

Tip 3: Change your squeegee rubber – from HARD to SOFT

Tip 4: Check your ...

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In Action

Making the dirty clean: show us your cleaning success stories

> Demanding cleaning tasks

> What challenge have you mastered?

>Send us your before & after shots

The Swedes are into pure water "to go"

> Flexible transport

> Efficient glass cleaning

> Stay competitive

> Clean safely from the ground

Which buildings do you clean?

> Unusual locations

> The properties you clean

> Famous buildings

> Glass- and commercial cleaning

A glass palace fit for real Vikings

> A cleaning object in a class of its own: The U.S. Bank Stadium

> 18,581 square metres of glass surface

> The five largest glass doors in the world

> Innovative glass cleaning tool

Cleaning glass above towering mountains of waste

There is glass to be cleaned in the widest range of places… And even at a waste cogeneration power station.
In his fascinating reader submission, Marcel Kennel explained exactly how he cleans glass at heights of up to 21 meters above tons and tons of waste.

You have nerves of steel!

Dizzying heights and challenging cleaning tasks are no problem for you guys – as demonstrated by the various submissions and comments that we have received on Facebook. Wow, we are truly impressed!

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Job & Business

“Buying cheap means paying twice”

> Interview with hygiene expert Sabine R. Mück

> Advantages of high-grade cleaning equipment

> Greater area coverage with less required time leads to lower cost

> Advantages of ergonomic floor cleaning systems

Hygiene in restaurants: Success by means of good reviews

> Reviews are becoming more and more important for making decisions

> The opportunities and risks of constant feedback

> Positive reviews through faultless standards of hygiene

> UNGER products help to achieve good reviews

Cleanliness and hygiene thanks to glass and building cleaners

> International day of commercial cleaning

> Glass and commercial cleaning is the largest employing trade

> We want to hear your stories

Glass and building cleaner - a perfect job!

 > The glass and building cleaner profession

> This is how the training is done

> I need these prerequisites

> Why do you love your job?

Future trend: The hotel as a multi-centre

> The hotel of the future

> Guests look for places to relax

> Hygiene comes into focus

> Flexible cleaning solutions

Trend: “Cleaning on demand“ in the food service sector

> Cleaning on demand

> In-between cleaning

> On demand systems

> Cleaning tools can be used directly

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