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Hello Everyone, My name is Robert and I'm the Sales Manager at Evolve. I am new to this forum. I wanted to introduce a cleaning chemical to the Hood Cleaner members of Grime Scene, a product that can help you increase your profits, help to keep you more "in contact" with your restaurant customers and show them that you can offer them more throughout the year to help their vent hood systems be more clean and more efficient. NuVent is a Metabolic Chemical that when applied, embeds itself within the molecular structure of the grease inside the hood. Once embedded, it attaches to each bond of the molecular structure of the grease, breaks the bonds apart on a continual basis, and reduces the grease down to the molecular level. The main design idea behind NuVent is to give the restaurant customer a vent hood that runs at 100% efficiency, 365 days a year. And because of that, their entire kitchen area is much less greasy, because the system is running without being so clogged in between professional cleanings. It also makes the tedious job of cleaning the filters panels much, much easier - allowing them to skip the overnight soaking step of cleaning panels, and letting them either take them down and run them through the dish machine or simply soaping and rinsing them off at the 3-compartment sink. The product works extremely well, and is the only one of its kind. It is received equally well by new customers just learning of it, since now for the first time, they can clean the inside of their vent hoods in about 15 seconds per night, without touching them vent hood. An added bonus for the Hood Cleaners here is that when your customer is using NuVent and you return every 3 months to clean their system out professionally, it will cut down on your labor time and mess. This is because the system will be entirely cleaner, in between the professional cleanings. You can read more about the product here - Evolve Chemicals - Restaurant Hood Cleaner - NuVent Metabolic Vent Hood Cleaner Thank you for taking the time to read this. Robert Evolve Chemicals
Hello all, I am new to this site & new to this side of the industry for that matter. I have been doing fire suppression work for the last 8 years and just recently got into hood cleaning as a way to get started with my own outfit while not violating my current non-compete. I am not going in completely blind, I have a guy that works for me that has been cleaning hoods off & on for the last 4-5 years. We have landed a few accounts & the jobs have gone r elatively well, but I'm curious as to what advice anyone might have in terms of the right equipment to purchase (I have been renting a cold-to-hot pressure washer converter) , what are the standout chemicals to use, and any other practical advice anyone might have to offer. The supplier that is in my neck of the woods is Landa. They seem to have everything I would need, & I've found several used units from them online, but thought I'd throw this out there to see what some other options may be before I completely take the plunge.
Hi all i have a question what is the easiest way to clean these roof in the past i have broken some of these tiles and yes i am very causious on how i step but when these tiles get wet the get brittle is there a way that i can clean these tiles by means of chemicals thanks for taking the time to read this
Okay, I am new here. I dont wanna call myself a newbie because I read one guy said discussing prices and such with newbies creates low ballers. I am in the property care business meaning we do a lot of different things for our clients. Some of which has been deck cleaning. Ive done okay with it but I know we can be better and more efficient. I also dont want to be a low baller. That said I am looking for sound advice. To start I would like to ask for the best reciepe for a cleaning solution when doing a deck and I am certain there are some different ones for woods such as cedar. I am all for the spray on and rinse off type of cleaning. I would like to use something to basically eliminate brushing for the most part. I wouldnt mind some good how to books and liteature as I am getting more and more of this type of request. What is the best sealer to use once deck is clean? Ill take an ABC someone is willing to offer a geniune willing to learn individual.
Hi guys. My name is Ken and I have just started a kitchen exhaust cleaning company in August of 08 and I want to go over to foam technology. I'm going to start off with the hand pump foamer to see exactly how it works. My main question is what are some chemical compositions that I can use to get thick effective foam. Things like where I can buy the chemicals or their names as well as the ratios would be a great help. Thanks for helping out a new foamer.