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How To Clean These 5 Appliances

November 27, 2017

Although most kitchen appliances are incredibly handy, they can be a pain to clean. But there are relatively simple ways to keep those small gadgets shining and in tiptop shape. Here are some handy ways to clean your kitchen appliances. The Blender This small appliance can get particularly yucky. The blender jar is easy to clean. Just fill it with warm, soapy water and give it a spin on high for a few seconds. Give it a good rinse and let it dry. Wash the blades carefully by hand. Putting this part of the blender into your dishwasher will just dull the blades. Using glass cleaner on the blades and trim does a good job, or use baking soda and…

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What Is A High Level Cleaning Risk Assessment?

November 20, 2017

A risk assessment is used to pinpoint hazards and areas that may be harmful or dangerous. It is also used to find ways to get rid of any hazards or to minimize or control them when they can’t be eliminated altogether. Essentially, a high level cleaning risk assessment looks at a cleaning site to determine what things could possibly cause harm. Once things are identified, measures can be put into place to control situations and prevent any injuries. It’s imperative that cleaning staff are made aware of identified risks, and the measures in place to keep them as safe as possible. Risk Assessments Are Important for Several Reasons To make employees aware of possible hazards and risks; To identify individuals…

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How To Strip Wax From Tile Floors

November 13, 2017

Most flooring these days doesn’t need waxing. Older floors, however, may have needed waxing, and over time wax can build up on tile floors, making them look yellow, dull, and older than they probably are. You can breathe new life into older tiling by stripping off the old wax. Floor stripping and waxing is a fairly easy process. Here are some things you’ll need for stripping wax: Two pails of water, with two gallons in each pail; One cup of ammonia (not bleach); One cup of white vinegar; One mop; Rubber or latex-free gloves. Get the Floor Ready Sweep or vacuum the floor to clean up all the dirt and dust. Not doing so might lead to scratching the tile…

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