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Preventing Electrical Shock at Work

Preventing Electrical Shock at Work

Recently, one of our experienced technicians suffered a significant electrical shock while working on a washer which was "shut off at the circuit box." The machine was later discovered to have been hooked up to two breaker boxes. Our field engineers work in a...

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Strike Out Clay Stains 1-2-3

Strike Out Clay Stains 1-2-3

Batter up — baseball has forever been America’s summer pastime. Hot dogs, peanuts, and the thrill of seeing a player slide into home plate. Not thrilling is the remnants of stains that are stubborn to remove. The equipment manager at a college athletic department...

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Keys to Successful Fire Restoration

Keys to Successful Fire Restoration

With the retail dry cleaning business in a state of lackluster growth, many cleaners are looking to business-related opportunities to offset this course. Dry cleaners who once thought of fire restoration as a side effort are now discovering this to be a profitable and...

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Introducing Bio-Zyme

Introducing Bio-Zyme

BIO-ZYME is a ready-to-use enzyme formulation for the professional wet cleaner designed to liquefy and digest proteins, cellulose, starch, fats, oils, and greases at an accelerated rate. It is a safe, natural processing agent for the elimination of the cause of odors....

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Blast From the Past

Blast From the Past

In February 1955, Cleaning Laundry World published an article written by Pariser Industries founder Albert Pariser.  Below please find that recreated article alongside the reprinted publication. Solvent Purity in Charged Systems by Means of Chemical Additives by...

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Creating Effective Wash Formulas

Creating Effective Wash Formulas

Pariser Industries President Scott Pariser was quoted in a recent article posted in American Laundry News regarding factors to consider when creating laundering formulas.  There are many aspects to consider when generating appropriate wash formulas.  This article...

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