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Safety Tips For Outdoor Window Cleaning

April 19, 2018

Outdoor window cleaning takes time and energy but it is worth it. The sparkling, smudge-free glass you’re left with after your windows are cleaned is enough to make you invest in a good washing, but outdoor window cleaning can be very dangerous if you don’t know what you’re doing. We’ve created the following safety tips to ensure you don’t get hurt in the pursuit of beautifully cleaned windows. PPE Personal protective equipment (PPE) is a must on construction sites. Although you are not building anything, you are going to be outside. Check the weather and dress accordingly before you start cleaning your outdoor windows. Use the right soap Windex and products of the like are designed to shine windows but…

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Why Cleaning Outside Can Be As Important As Cleaning Inside

September 18, 2017

The first impression people have of your home is the outside, so keeping the exterior clean and tidy is as important as having a gleaming interior. Keeping your house looking prim and proper from the outside takes some elbow grease and some savvy. You might want to keep these tips in mind when you’re getting ready to do an outdoor cleaning. Give a Good Powerwash Using a power washer in the spring and early fall will keep the exterior of your home spotless. Make sure to do this task in warmer weather. The last thing you want is mould growing on your home. Here are some tips: Use a cleaner you love and that’s environmentally friendly, like trisodium phosphate, in…

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5 Cleaning Products You Can Replace With Natural Alternatives

September 4, 2017

When we can do something for the environment that is also good for our health, it is a win-win situation. Replacing harsh cleaning chemicals with natural substances is pretty easy to do, and your nose, lungs and general health will thank you for it. Here are some natural alternatives to chemical laden cleaning products. Window and Multi-purpose Cleaners We all use these things in our homes. Window and multi-purpose cleaners are cleaning staples, yet most of these products contain toxic substances that you and your family can do without. Old newspapers and white vinegar diluted with water make glass gleam. Throw out your kitchen cleaners and substitute Bon Ami powder, which contains natural ingredients, instead. Baking soda and lemon juice…

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How To Properly Clean Office Electronics

August 28, 2017

Nothing is better for productivity than a clean office and working environment. Walk into any large, efficient, smooth-running office and you are likely to notice that they all have at least one thing in common: they are clean and organized. Cleanliness boosts morale and productivity, and cleaning professionals are well aware of this. Many people forget that office electronics need cleaning as well. Below are some ways to help you properly clean office electronics. Wires and chords Wires and cords, especially those that get bunched up behind a desk for long periods of time, can quickly become havens for dust and dust bunnies. Cleaning your cords and wires once in awhile is important but you also need to take some…

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