Clean Houses For A Living? 2 Ways to Fix Scratched Up Hardwood Flooring

Posted on: 14 June 2015
If you own or work for a cleaning services company, some of the houses you clean may have hardwood flooring. Because of this, you should learn a little about them, such as how to fix damage. Below are two things that can scratch them up, and how to repair the flooring. You can also educate the homeowners about this information so they can keep their flooring in good condition. Scratches Due to Not Cleaning
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Employee Wellness: How Your Janitorial Service Can Help

Posted on: 10 June 2015
Do you ever wonder how certain places of business get so clean, yet you never see a single employee lift a mop or a broom?  If this thought has ever crossed your mind, you are most likely unaware of all the benefits of a janitorial service that leaves customers thinking just that.  They are the ones who do the dirty work so employees and customers can enjoy a clean and waste-free environment, and they are the ones that keep a business running smoothly while simultaneously keeping up an unpolluted working atmosphere.
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Keeping Your Daycare Clean

Posted on: 9 June 2015
If you are opening a daycare service, the safety of the children you will be watching is of the utmost importance. Keeping your facility clean and sanitized will help ward off the spread of germs and bacteria. Hiring a commercial cleaning service is the best way to ensure that proper cleaning procedures are taken to get your daycare clean. Here are some of the reasons why you should hire a commercial cleaning service instead of relying on cleaning the facility yourself, making sure that you get the quality you believe your daycare needs.
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5 Surprising Ways To Be Eco-Friendly

Posted on: 4 June 2015
Everyone wants to know how they can be more environmentally conscious. Whether it's using cloth bags at the store, or buying green products, there are small steps you can take to help the environment. Here are five surprising ways you can be environment friendly: 1. Freecycling You know about recycling, but what about freecycling? Freecycling is a great way to keep unwanted items out of landfills. Unlike donation, where you give away your unwanted objects, you give away your stuff and get something you need in return.
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