Be Ready™ with the only company that provides a total clean solution for the cleanest environment you can provide for your employees and customers — with inventory and scheduled delivery of essential cleaning supplies, hygienically clean laundering, and on-site cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting.
Service Areas Yakima, Union Gap, Toppenish, Sunny Side, Ellensburg
918 N 5th Ave
Yakima, WA 98902
Available in disposable and reusable.
Available in manual and automatic dispensers.
Help reduce the spread of germs and bacteria with Cintas.
Employees and customers deserve clean, sanitized restrooms.
Hassle free access to clean, quality scrubs.
A fully stocked restroom contributes to a good customer or employee experience.
Save time and money with the Signet® cleaning chemical service.
Microfiber wipes and mops are clean, safe and convenient. Laundered and delivered weekly.
Spirit II kills the virus that causes COVID-19* on hard non-porous surfaces in just 60 seconds.
Cintas has multiple restroom dispensers that allow your customers or employees to enter and exit a restroom without having to touch dispensers. Options include:
Businesses everywhere are re-evaluating their cleaning protocols to provide peace of mind to their customers and employees. Our most requested services include:
The CDC has indicated that laundering of items contaminated with COVID-19 will eliminate the virus from those items.1,2 Cintas industrial laundry facilities follow a unique wash process developed in conjunction with our chemical provider WSI, that is stronger than normal home laundry.
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2. https://www.shea-online.org/index.php/journal-news/press-room/press-release-archives/245-best-practices-highlighted-to-prevent-infections-duringlaundry- process-of-healthcare-textiles
4. Sehulster, L. PhD, 2020, Emerging Coronavirus Covid19, Laundries, Healthcare Textiles, and Transmission, American Reusable Textile Association, February 28, 2020, Kissimmee, FL
6. Harisha, S, 2006, An Introduction to Practical Biotechnology, 2006