How To Remove Mold From Your Home

Posted on: 24 June 2015
Mold can contribute to poor air quality in your home, in addition to being an eye sore. Here are some tips on how to get rid of this unwanted guest in your home.  Protect Yourself Before you begin to treat a mold problem, be aware that mold spores can be toxic. As you clean, you may release more mold spores into the air that you could inhale. This is why it's important to wear a protective facial and eye mask, as well as gloves, while you are working.
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MRSA In Your Daycare Center: What Is It and How Can Commercial Cleaning Get Rid of It?

Posted on: 19 June 2015
Scheduling regular commercial cleaning services for your daycare can protect kids from a number of hidden germs, including MRSA, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. This potentially life-threatening bacterial infection can live on surfaces for weeks or months and infect your daycare kids once they encounter it. Commercial cleaners use effective antimicrobial products that attack and kill MRSA at the source. Here's what you should know about MRSA and how commercial cleaning protects your little ones.
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How To Get Your Home Looking Like New

Posted on: 18 June 2015
Did you miss spring cleaning? Whether you live a busy life or you just weren't in the mood to tackle your house during the spring, summertime might even work better for you. If you have kids home from school, you'll just have extra hands to help you do the work. If not, First Things First - Before you get out the cleaning supplies, consider getting rid of stuff. Like many families, you may have accumulated things that you know you're never going to use.
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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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