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How to Clean Up Your Act: The Unspoken Rules of the Laundromat

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Laundromats are a great alternative to the expense of purchasing your own laundry machines — not to mention how much space these huge pieces of equipment can take up in your home. However, if you’ve never used one before, you may be concerned about the unspoken rules of etiquette that are expected in these places. In truth, it’s pretty simple. Use What You Need, When You Need It There will always be a limited number of machines and space in the laundromat. Read More»

DTG Vs. Screen Printing For Workwear Custom Printing

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Customising your workwear with the company logo or any other designs is a great marketing and advertising strategy which, as a plus, is quite cost-effective. Garment printing is one way to achieve this customisation. There are several printing techniques to choose from for your workwear custom printing. The two main techniques are screen printing and direct-to-garment (DTG), and here is what you should consider when deciding which one is right for you. Read More»

Obstacle Run Safety

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Health and fitness is big business, and the introduction of obstacle runs is a great way to launch a small business and organise a yearly activity that people can all get involved in. Whilst the runs themselves are difficult, it’s the construction of obstacles and the making of the mud pits that takes just as much time and effort. Having a team of eager volunteers is great, but providing them with adequate safety wear is key for protecting them and following through with certain clauses within your insurance policy. Read More»

Why You May Be Taking the Completely Wrong Approach to Ironing

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If you have a particularly large family or are responsible for managing a big team at a restaurant or other retail environment, you may have overall responsibility for laundry. In the home environment, you may be in charge of not just washing but ironing as well, and some commercial facilities still handle this work “in-house” as they try to be more efficient. If you’re in this position, you will always want to streamline your work if possible and may be surprised to learn that you are not employing the best technique. Read More»

Designing a Uniform That Distinguishes Management Staff

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In industries like retail and fast food catering, it’s common for employees to wear a corporate uniform. It makes them recognisable parts of your branding while simultaneously ensuring they’re dressed suitably for work every day. The downside to this is that everyone looks much the same, so it’s not always easy for customers to distinguish between management and other members of staff. It can also have an impact on the authority of managers, so you may encourage them to wear a suit. Read More»