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Restaurant Floor-Drying Solutions

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A restaurant is a place of a hospitality — a venue where you want visitors and customers to feel comfortable and safe. A wet floor is an inevitable part of running a restaurant; spills happen easily and often, and it takes time for floors to dry after a thorough mopping. Wet floors can expose you…

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Floor-Drying Solutions for Home Kitchens

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Kitchens are prone to wet floors. This creates a safety hazard for anyone visiting the kitchen and anyone working there. Why is the kitchen floor so likely to become damp? There are many reasons, including spills, splashes from the sink, post-mopping glaze and more. Homeowners want their kitchen floors to remain as dry as possible,…

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How to Properly Use a Dog Dryer

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Dogs come in all shapes and sizes. One thing is true for all dogs, though — at some point, all dogs are going to get wet. Whether your dog needs an emergency wash after a close encounter with a mud puddle or it is just time for his regular monthly grooming, knowing how to clean…

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A Look Into B-Air® Pet Dryers

A Look Into B-Air Pet Dryers

When was the last time you groomed your pet? In many instances, pet owners will take their pups to a professional groomer a few times a year. Or if a pet owner is lucky, he or she may have the opportunity to do so once a month — or perhaps even more frequently than that!…

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WD RESTORATION DIVISION | PET DIVISION On May, 5th, 6th and 7th, B-Air® was featured for the first time in the 2016 Las Vegas National Hardware Show and showcased its product lines for water damage restoration, dryers for pet & animal grooming, and air blowers for inflatables. B-Air®’s president, Greg A., sales representative, David T., and…

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Janitorial air movers in action

WD RESTORATION DIVISION By Mark Gibson Picture this scenario. You arrive at a water damage for the first time and find the problem was caused by a leaking supply line in the bathroom. One of the first things you do is scope it out to determine the extent of the damaged area, what’s wet, what’s not….

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