The November issue of Cleanfax is live


BIRMINGHAM, AL — The digital edition of the November Cleanfax is available online now, and the print edition should be arriving in homes within the week. And, boy, is it a good one!

As always, the new issue is full of technical tips for the cleaning and restoration industry, ways to improve your business and all the most pressing topics for our readers.

Our November cover features an article from industry veteran Richard Driscoll which explores types of and proper techniques for waste removal.

There’s tons more in the November issue, including the second half of Scott Tackett’s “Warm Body Syndrome,” created to help business owners and managers better their employee search and background check process.

Other articles this month include the five reasons rugs buckle, how to protect your truckmount in freezing temperatures and how to decide paying for Angie’s List is worth it for your company.

Lastly, Fred Geyen dives back into his amateur experiments with encapsulation products, testing this time on fibers he blasts with an air compressor.

Look for the October issue online or in your mailbox in the coming week.

If you aren’t already a subscriber, you can order print or digital issues here.

Did you miss the October issue? Check it out here.

Cleanfax Staff

Cleanfax provides cleaning and restoration professionals with information designed to help them manage and grow their businesses.

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