Commercial Laundry Detergent and Supplies

Keep a constant supply of fresh, clean linens for your guests with our commercial laundry detergent and supplies.

Restroom Cleaning Chemicals

Impress your guests with the cleanliness of your restrooms by using commercial restroom cleaning supplies.

Disinfectant Wipes

Our pre-moistened disinfectant wipes make it easy to give a quick clean to frequently touched surfaces.


Disinfectants are essential for removing germs or pathogens from surfaces in your office or hotel.

All Purpose Chemicals

Find the right product for just about any cleaning job in our selection of all-purpose cleaning chemicals.

Eco-Friendly Chemicals

We carry eco-friendly housekeeping chemicals that keep your business clean with a limited environmental impact.

Laundry Soap Vending Machines

Provide guests with the cleaning supplies they need with our laundry soaping vending machines and products.

Air Fresheners / Deodorizers

Deodorizers and air fresheners keep your business smelling fresh and clean, an important part of guest satisfaction.

Glass Cleaning Chemicals

Remove streaks and grime from windows and mirrors with our commercial glass cleaning chemicals.

Metal Polishes

Metal polishes help maintain shine and prevent rust on surfaces like stainless steel, chrome, and brass.

Plastic Polish

The plastic surfaces of items in your break room or breakfast bar get the love they need with plastic polish and kits.

Dust Spray & Furniture Polish

Use dust spray and furniture polish to keep your wood furniture and fixtures shiny and dust-free.

Spill / Vomit Absorbents

When accidents happen, you can be ready for a quick, discreet cleanup with our spill and vomit absorbents.

Adhesive Removers

Adhesive removers provide extra cleaning power when you need to remove sticky substances.

Mechanical Lubricants

Keep your maintenance equipment and hardware in good working order with mechanical lubricants.

Our housekeeping chemicals include a wide range of cleanser, polishes, and lubricants that will help you clean and maintain many areas of your business. Use all purpose cleaning chemicals for everyday cleaning jobs, laundry soaps for washing linens, and deodorizers for freshening up rooms. Our spill and vomit absorbents will also help you clean up spills of any type at your bar or restaurant. For other cleaning essentials, see our disposable gloves, restroom cleaning brushes, and pre-moistened disinfectant wipes.
Housekeeping Checklist

Housekeeping Checklist

We've created a housekeeper checklist to help your cleaning staff prepare rooms in a quick and efficient manner. Hotels, resorts, and vacation rentals rely on their housekeeping staff to ensure that rooms and rentals are spotless and well-stocked with amenities. In addition to an organized cleaning cart, providing a housekeeping checklist that outlines all housekeeping duties will help keep your staff on track. Whether you operate a small boutique hotel or have just started a vacation rental business, a proper housekeeping checklist helps improve staff efficiency and provides a cleaner experience for guests. Click below for a downloadable housekeeping checklist template you can give to your employees: Download our Housekeeper Checklist PDF Hotel Room Cleaning Checklist Before entering a guest's room and beginning the hotel room cleaning checklist, members of the cleaning staff should knock on the door and identify themselves. If guests are still present in the room, ask if they need clean towels or any other amenities. Go to the next room on the to-do list and return later if possible. If possible, open the windows and air out the room Check the thermostat, air conditioner, and lights to ensure they work properly Replace any flickering or burnt out bulbs Test the drapes to make sure they slide easily Look over the walls and ceilings for dust or cobwebs Dust all appliances, fixtures, and furniture Clean the coffee maker Remove any dirty dishes and bowls from room service Check the refrigerator for any items left behind by previous guests Clean the microwave Clean mirrors and glass surfaces Wipe down the telephone Ensure closet is stocked with hangers and luggage racks Remove trash from trash cans and fit with new liners Vacuum the room Deodorize the room Hotel Bedroom Cleaning Checklist Always remake beds with fresh linens after guests have checked out. If guests are staying, change linens every third day or as needed. Look under the bed for any misplaced items Strip the bed of all linens and pillow cases Lay down a fresh fitted sheet Lay down a clean flat sheet Tuck the sheets under the foot of the bed to make neat hospital corners Put clean pillowcases on the pillows Turn the open ends of the pillowcase so they face the edges of the bed Cover the bed with a clean duvet and smooth out any wrinkles Bathroom Cleaning Checklist Take special care while cleaning and sanitizing the bathroom. It's a good practice to review the room after you've finished in order to check for anything you may have forgotten. Remove any used towels Look for any signs of water leaks from bathroom fixtures Clean the shower and bathtub then wipe down with a dry cloth Scrub and disinfect the toilet bowl Clean and sanitize the toilet seat, lid, and handle Clean mirrors Clean the vanity top and sink Clean floor tiles and grout Inspect the bathroom and remove any stray hairs Remove trash from trash cans and fit with new liners Deodorize the bathroom Replace All Amenities After you have cleaned the entire guest room, it's time to replace any hotel amenities that have been used. Five-star hotels may offer more items than those listed, but the essentials should remain fully supplied at all times. Keep your cart stocked with these items to ensure expediency: Coffee cups Coffees and filters Tea bags Sugar, creamer, and stirrers Ice buckets and liners Drinking cups Stationary and pen Hotel information pamphlets or booklets Dry cleaning bags Shampoo and conditioner Soaps and lotion Tissues Toilet paper Clean towels Vacation Rental Cleaning Checklist Unlike in hotels, you’ll only be cleaning a vacation rental between check-ins. Even if you've taken the necessary steps to make your vacation rental stand out, a thorough cleaning checklist is still vital in order to leave a positive first impression with your next guests. Remove all items left by the previous guests Change the sheets and blankets Make the bed Vacuum or mop all floors in the vacation rental Clean and sanitize the bathroom Dust in needed areas Clean out appliances such as the refrigerator and freezer so that no items are left over Wipe down the inside of appliances such as the microwave and oven Ensure all the essential vacation rental supplies and amenities are restocked Empty trash receptacles Wipe down tabletops Inspect hidden areas like under the bed to ensure you don’t miss anything Using a cleaning checklist helps to keep your cleaning staff on track and ensure that all areas of guest rooms are properly cleaned. By standardizing your housekeeping cleaning list, you can facilitate successful training for all new employees and provide helpful reminders for your seasoned staff.

How to Stock a Housekeeping Cart

How to Stock a Housekeeping Cart

Clean guest rooms are vital to the success of any hotel, resort, or vacation rental. With limited time to prepare each room for the next guest, your housekeeping staff needs to be organized and efficient. You can help your cleaning staff to perform the best job possible by beginning with a well-stocked housekeeping cart. Shop All Hotel Housekeeping Carts Benefits of an Organized Housekeeping Cart There is a limited timeframe between guest checkout times and new guest arrivals. If checkout is at 11am and check-in is at 4pm, this gives your housekeeping staff 5 hours to clean and stock your guest rooms. An organized, well-stocked housekeeping cart helps your staff make rapid progress while they clean rooms. Every time a housekeeper has to make the long trek back to the supply closet to retrieve an item, it costs them precious time. For stay-over guests, housekeepers need to perform their list of cleaning tasks and vacate the room as soon as possible. An organized cleaning cart filled with clean towels and amenities hastens turndowns so your staff can provide the highest level of service and improve your hotel star rating. Housekeeping Cart Checklist Provide your staff with a housekeeping cart checklist so they can stock their carts at the beginning of their shift. Place emphasis on stocking the cleaning cart correctly and explain why it makes work easier for your housekeepers. If you take regular inventory counts on your housekeeping supplies, you'll never run out of important items. We've created a helpful checklist to help with your housekeeping cart setup. To download the list, select the PDF below: Download Our Housekeeping Cart Checklist PDF How to Stock a Cleaning Cart The number of toiletries you offer may be different depending on the type of hotel you operate, but the basic items that every hotel needs are the same. Start stocking a cart from the bottom up, beginning with linens and towels, then paper products, and ending with amenities and cleaning supplies. Keeping the cart organized and clean is important because it will be in plain view of your guests as your cleaning staff is working.Check out our infographic below to help you visualize the best way to organize your cart. Linens and Towels Keep your guests comfortable by providing clean linens on a daily basis. Towels and sheets are usually placed on the bottom shelves of the cart. Bed Sheets Pillowcases Bath Towels Hand Towels Bath Mats Washcloths Robes Paper Products Paper products like tissues and toilet paper should be replaced as needed. These items can be placed on the upper shelves of the cart where there is ample room. Toilet Paper Tissue Boxes Paper Towels Cleaning Supplies Your housekeepers use hotel cleaning supplies frequently, so it helps to place them on top of the cart for easy access. A top-shelf organizer keeps spray bottles and cleaners right-side up while the cart is moving. Cleaning Spray / Sanitizer Cleaning Cloths / Sponges Cleaning Gloves Toilet Brush Toilet Bowl Cleaner Window / Mirror Cleaner Dusting Polish Dusting Cloths Trash Can Liners Bath Products Your guests will appreciate the availability of hotel bath products in their bathroom. These small items can be placed in organizers on top of the cart to keep them from rolling around. Shampoo Conditioner Lotion Hand Soap Face Soap Razors Amenities Amenity items like coffee and tea are usually replaced on a daily basis, so keeping them in an easy-to-reach place on top of the cart is convenient. Coffee Cups Coffee and Filters Tea Bags Sugar, Creamer, and Stirrers Ice Bucket Liners Drinking Cups What Makes a Good Cleaning Cart Good housekeeping starts with a functional cleaning cart. There are some important features you should look for when choosing hotel cleaning carts for your business. Bag Holders - Choose a cart with bag holders on each end, one for soiled laundry and one for garbage. Multiple Tiers - The cart should also have multiple tiers with ample room for supplies. Adjustable Shelves - Adjustable shelves can be moved around to account for items of different heights. Vacuum Bracket - It’s much easier to attach a vacuum onto your cart than to carry it separately. Top Shelf Organizers - Top shelf organizers are useful for storing the items that need to be accessed quickly. Casters with Brakes - Brakes will keep the cart in place while the room is being cleaned. Providing your housekeeping team with a checklist will help them to stock their carts successfully for each shift. You can ensure that all of your rooms are cleaned in a timely manner and that your guests are always provided with the appropriate amenities.

Ensure a Sanitary Environment in Your Food Service or Hospitality Business with Housekeeping Chemicals

Customers at your restaurant or hotel want to dine and sleep in a clean, comfortable setting. Our housekeeping chemicals provide your staff with tools to dust, polish, sanitize, and deodorize your rooms and dining areas. Furniture, metal, and plastic polishes will give your furniture a lustrous appearance and protect its finish!

To keep your glass surfaces shining bright, use glass cleaning chemicals in spray and concentrated forms. Use our housekeeping chemicals to keep your bathrooms crisp, clean, and smelling fresh, too! Our restroom cleaners will work well on nearly any bathroom surface including sinks, stalls, tile floors, toilets, and more. Choose from housekeeping chemicals designed for dispenser or manually fed machines, and use our vending machine products to keep your laundry room well-equipped.