Restaurant operators don’t like to talk about it, but this summer’s onslaught of record-breaking heat and humidity has many of them dealing with what is politely called “malodor management”—i.e., parts of their physical plant smell way worse when temperatures are high. What to do? The experts at Cintas Corp. have come up with a list of the top 10 sources of offensive summer scents—and what you can do to keep them under control. Here’s how Cintas ...
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