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Sunday 11 April 2021

4 Different Ways to Clean with Vinegar

Going green is more than just a trend it is a global movement to create a healthier living environment and when it comes to green cleaning, vinegar is one of the most talked about and versatile green cleaning solutions. White distilled vinegar, during its fermentation process creates acetic acid which is effective at killing bacteria, mold and breaking up deposits such as stuck on food or soap scum. Vinegar based cleaning products can even be found at your local supermarket. Here are four ways in which you can use vinegar to clean.

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Tips For Keeping A Clean Office

 

Clean your office phone frequently by spraying cleaner onto a cloth and wiping that on your phone. Dip a cotton ball in rubbing alcohol to wipe down the dial pad.

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How to Clean a House During and After Christmas

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Christmas celebrations can require a lot of cleaning! Read on for suggestions on how to stay in control of your housework during Christmas & create a house cleaning schedule.

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Office Cleaning Tips and Tricks

Office Cleaning Tips and Tricks

A clean workspace benefits your productivity and makes a positive impression with coworkers and superiors alike. Keep your office neat and organized with the easy-to-follow tips in this office cleaning guide.

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How to Protect Your Office from Germs with Office Cleaning

Let’s pretend we are germs following an employee around the office. From the moment our employee enters the office we have set up base on the door handle every other employee will touch on their way into the office. Our employee then sits down at their desk, checks their email and answers a phone call. We have now spread to the keyboard, mouse, phone and desktop. Our employee is getting tired and needs a coffee to wake up. He goes to the office kitchen, makes a new pot and pours himself a coffee. Now we find ourselves on the kitchen counter, coffee pot, sugar and milk containers and we have only been in the office for one hour.

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Cleaning Tips: 4 Spots that People Miss

“You missed a spot” is a phrase cleaners know all too well. Cleaning every nook and cranny can be difficult and frustrating, but the more you clean the easier it will get. In your home or office there are areas that often go overlooked, such as underneath furniture or behind your desk. Knowing where to clean is just as important as cleaning it. Here are four areas that often go overlooked when cleaning.

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5 Ways to Make House Cleaning Less Stressful

Let’s face the facts, house cleaning is a time consuming, arduous and stressful task for any home owner. Regular basis house cleaning tasks include vacuuming carpets, removing clutter and dusting shelves. Before embarking on a house cleaning endeavor it is important to plan ahead and identify what needs to be cleaned. Next you should put these tasks into a manageable schedule and follow through on them. This is just half the battle however; motivating oneself to clean isn’t always easy. Here are five house cleaning tips to help you motivate yourself and make house cleaning a little less stressful.

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Prevent Hard Water Stains On Granite and Stone Surfaces the Easy Way

Since its first introduction in the late 1980s, granite countertops have caused quite the sensation. Initially offered in only two colors, granite is now mined globally in a myriad of sizes, shapes, colors, and depths owing to lower shipping costs and increased demand. It was prized for its natural character and hardiness, and was priced accordingly; even 20 years later, granite countertops can go for $45-$200 per square foot, depending on the style and thickness.

All this is to say that granite countertops certainly have their place in the American kitchen. What doesn’t have its place are the hard water stains that can form on top of them. This common complaint is luckily easy to fix with the following tips.

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