Twelve months ago, our State of the Industry Survey, although showing some improvement over the previous year, offered results that could best be described as a mixed bag. The results from the current survey (page 34 in this...
This month’s column continues the discussion of detailing chemicals as it pertains to the International Detailing Association’s Certified Detailer exam. In last month’s column, we discussed several factors related to detailing...
Continuing with the “study guide” for the Detailing Certification Tests offered by the International Detailing Association, let’s focus this month on the Safety and Compliance module of the test.
In last month’s issue of Auto Laundry News, we looked at how we smell odors and considered some common odor treatment techniques. This month, we conclude our discussion of odor control.
Every generation deals with its own peculiar challenges while, at the same time, presenting unique challenges to those with whom it interacts. Products are created and services designed to appeal to the idiosyncrasies of each...
Cars get dirty and stinky. With the stink comes the need to clean and deodorize, to make things more livable. Our noses are sensitive instruments. One whiff of a foul odor can cause the stomach to turn and customers to be upset.
A final rule modifying EPA hazardous-waste management regulations for solvent-contaminated wipes has been published in the Federal Register. This is a measure the Textile Rental Services Association (TRSA) has consistently...
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