As preventing the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) becomes a responsibility for us all, we are committed to supporting you, our customers and industry peers, whose businesses rely on the effective running of laundries.
A message from MAG Managing Director, Mark Dennis
Here we share the latest best practice advice for eliminating virus spread through the laundering process.
Hot cycles and deep cleans
We can re-programme your wash and dry cycles with the recommended settings for killing viruses, as well as offering a deep clean of your machines. A preventative maintenance visit now could save you time, money and machinery breakdowns over the following months. Extra procedures will be put in place for all maintenance visits to ensure the safety of your staff and mine.
Tips and advice
- Wash your hands after handling dirty laundry
- Wash and dry at the highest temperature possible
- Do not allow germs to multiply by leaving laundry in the washing machine or basket
- Don’t allow dirt and grime to build up, thoroughly clean all equipment
Many care homes and other businesses are now ordering common wear-and-tear parts in preparation for an unsettled business period. We have increased stock of items such as drain valves, hoses and boards, and can supply a back-up washing machine to keep your laundry room operational during an emergency.