Online on the go: what helps, what's annoying, what's missing?
> Large online offer for window and building cleaners
> Practical pages and tools
> Where do you get tips and information?
From professional company homepages, forums, and blogs to Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, the internet offers glass and building cleaners numerous opportunities to find or exchange information.
If you like to keep up-to-date, the internet can be a gold mine. For example, industry blogs for cleaning professionals, such as clean Magazine, are a good place to start. Here you will find helpful tips for everyday on the job, industry news worth knowing, and interesting product presentations.
Practical tools on manufacturer websites
With the wide range of cleaning products available, are you unsure which cleaning product is right for your application? Or do you need concrete help putting together your material? On manufacturer pages you will find practical tools, such as the UNGER pure water configurator, which make it easier for you to choose the right tool. What else do you want manufacturers to post online? Do you have suggestions for online advice or are you finding it hard to find the right help online?
Social networks, such as Facebook and Twitter, and special glass and building cleaning forums offer numerous opportunities for finding and exchanging information. Would you like to know, for example, how adhesive films can be removed without leaving residues? What can be done against stubborn lime soiling or what are the differences between water-fed brushes? You'll find what you're looking for online!
But be careful, of course, because not all pages are trustworthy and not every forum post makes sense. With UNGER you always have a competent contact person and can get fast online help with questions about professional window and building cleaning.
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