Keep it Clean and Tidy with Janitorial Supplies
It's important you have the right janitorial equipment to tackle routine cleaning jobs. This includes brooms, dust mops, wet mops, buckets, and vacuum cleaners to keep your floors spotless. Wet floor signs, caution cones, safety barriers, and proper signage will help protect your staff and customers from slips, trips, and falls. Give your crew an edge with the right housekeeping carts that can boost productivity and keep your operation running smoothly.
Bathrooms can never be neglected if you want to make sure your customers have pleasant visits. Our bathroom janitorial equipment and accessories have you covered with essentials like air fresheners, urinal screens, and toilet paper dispensers. Choose a manual or hands-free paper towel dispenser, or opt for an energy-efficient hand dryer. We've got your littlest guests covered, too, with a selection of wall-mounted baby changing stations.
Common Questions About Commercial & Wholesale Cleaning Supplies
What are janitorial supplies?
The category includes a wide variety of both supplies and equipment, from cleaning chemicals to commercial vacuum cleaners. Because of the critical nature of keeping any public operation clean, jansan (short for janitorial and sanitation) supplies are among the most common purchases for most foodservice purchasing managers.
What cleaning supplies do I need?
That question can vary from operation to operation, but most facilities should be stocked with items from each of the above categories. Floor care, kitchen cleaning, and bathroom maintenance supplies are important parts of any sanitation plan as they can help protect against foodborne illnesses, keep staff safe, and assure customers cleanliness is important in your operation. With each category, there are likely to be regular replacements that must be purchased, whether you have to buy a monthly supply of hand soap for your lavatories or plan to replace mop heads annually to ensure they stay absorbent.
How should I store and organize cleaning supplies?
It is critical that cleaning supplies be given a dedicated storage space set apart from the food storage, prep, cooking, and serving areas of your back-of-house space. That helps prevent cross-contamination and is required by health codes in most areas. Janitorial equipment like mop heads, buckets, and paper towels can be stored on economical wire shelving, but you may want to consider polymer shelving or epoxy-coated wire for holding cleaning chemicals that could damage bare metal. If you purchase chemicals in large quantities, you may also need to consider either a standalone dunnage rack or adding a dunnage shelf to a full shelving kit. We offer closet organizers that can hold mops and brooms off the floor, and janitorial and housekeeping carts that enable employees to move supplies around your facility.