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5 Foods That Double As Cleaning Products

January 9, 2017

Not only are off the shelf cleaning products expensive, they are also harmful to the environment. When you flush caustic, toxic cleaning agents down the toilet, or rinse them down the sink, you are invariably sending some of these chemicals back out into the environment. Save yourself money and save the environment by utilizing the above five foods that double as cleaning agents. Rhubarb While the taste of rhubarb certainly isn’t for everyone, everyone can agree their leaves make great cleaning agents. By using rhubarb leaves on pots and pans, you can easily get rid of stubborn burn marks that seem like they are destined to be there forever. You can also boil some leaves in water and let it…

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Cleaning Tips To Boost Office Productivity

January 2, 2017

It’s hard at the best of times to get the most of your employees. That’s not to say that they don’t do a great job, but there are other variables in the office that contribute to how effectively they are able to work and for how long. One of those variables is the cleanliness of the office. The cleanliness of a space can have a huge impact on office morale, and how productive your workers are. Below are some cleaning tips to help boost office productivity. Organize The best way to start this process is to make sure that everything is organized. This means labelling things so employees know where everything goes. This will cut out time spent wasted looking…

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Tips To Care For Indoor Plants In The Winter

December 26, 2016

Indoor plants, whether they have recently been brought in for the winter, or are kept indoors year round, require a different care routine than outdoor plants. There are some additional challenges to caring for indoor plants that you typically don’t have to worry about, or at least not as much, when caring for outdoor plants. Below are some tips to make sure that your indoor plants are well cared and continue to thrive during the winter months. Modify your watering routine. This may not make much sense at first, but indoor plants do not need as much water during the winter. While winter air is certainly more dry than balmy summer air, plants enter a kind of stasis during the…

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