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Pet-Friendly Cleaning

May 23, 2024

7 Quick Tips Keeping Your Home and Office Clean with Furry Friends The American office used to be more formal. Now you might enter a large corporate headquarters and what do you find…dogs at work. Humans’ best friends in cubicles, offices, relaxing in the company lounge. That is a fine and even psychologically healthy development, […]

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How Professionals Clean Windows

May 8, 2024

I was sitting back looking through the large sliding glass windows on my porch and noticed they looked clean but they had “translucent  streaks” through them. Must be a fine dust or dirt I thought, so I grabbed the bottle of glass cleaners under the sink, containing the “powerful” window cleaning ingredients of vinegar and […]

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Cleaning as an Investment

April 24, 2024

This is a matter of proper attitude yielding positive results. Viewing cleaning as an investment involves recognizing the benefits and returns it can bring in the short term but especially in the long term. Here’s how cleaning can be seen as an investment: Property Maintenance Keeping your home or workspace clean and well-maintained helps preserve […]

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Beware! Comparing “Green” and Conventional Cleaning Products

March 13, 2024

Green cleaning products are intended to be comparable in effectiveness to conventional cleaning products for most cleaning tasks. We tend to take for granted that Green cleaners cause substantially less harm to the environment and to humans than their conventional counterparts. It turns out that consumers have a right to be cynical about green products […]

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The Five Deadly Sins in Cleaning Your Home or Office

February 28, 2024

Cleaning your home or office effectively is important for maintaining a healthy and organized environment. However, being human, we all commit cleaning crimes. Here are the five deadly cleaning sins you should avoid: Sin #1: No Cleaning Plan – This is not rocket science but a simple plan placed on a calendar will prevent wasting […]

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Choosing the Right Light Bulb

February 14, 2024

People may still be buying black market incandescent light bulbs. But that market is currently almost burnt out.    Choosing bulbs now involves considering factors such as the type of bulb, brightness, color temperature, energy efficiency, and bulb shape. So let’s first take look at the major bulb types: Bulb Type: Incandescent Bulbs: As stated […]

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Can Cleaning Possibly Be Fun?

January 24, 2024

Cleaning Fun? The two words rarely, if ever, appear together. Only “neat freaks” could enjoy tedious cleaning tasks and even they may be faking it. If cleaning did not make it to your list of New Year’s resolutions, here are 8 ways to make chores that you will be doing anyway in the New Year, […]

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10 De-stressing Hacks for the New Year

January 3, 2024

The new year can be an exciting time, but it can also be quite stressful with all of the upcoming obligations and resolutions. Here are some hacks to help you destress for the new year: Practice Deep Breathing: When you start to feel overwhelmed, take a few minutes to practice deep breathing. Inhale slowly through […]

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