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Professional Tips

Environmental Tip 7

We all go out to breakfast, lunch or dinner at some point in our life. Some of the things that we come in contact with while we are dining out could be dangerous to our health. The first things are the utensils that we eat with. There have been hundreds maybe...

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Environmental Tip #5

We are living in a world full of germs and bacteria many of us never think of these things on a daily basis we go about our day not being aware of everything that we are coming in contact with via our hands and mouth. Being in the cleaning business for...

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Office Cleaning Tip #1

Every cleaning service claims they are the best and we wouldn't expect anything less. But the fact is every company is not the best so how can you tell the difference ? Simply ask them first how long have they been in business. Second what is their...

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Post Construction Tip #1

Construction clean up is one of the most difficult jobs in the janitorial industry simply because you are trying to remove fine dust from the building. This task has to be done with the correct equipment otherwise you will just spread the fine dust all...

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Household Environmental Tip #1

Many people don't know what harmful chemicals are lurking beneath their kitchen and bathroom sinks. Most people also aren't aware that there is very little federal regulation of household cleaning products. We spray and pour these harmful chemicals all...

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Environmental Tip #4

Each year we all usually take a major vacation, it's customarily a time for us to relax and momentarily forget the stresses of life. Some of us drive, some take cruises or flights to locations worldwide. The LAST thing on our minds is coming in contact...

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Environmental Tip #3

Did you ever think that a visit to your favorite market could put you in danger of contracting a virus? Well that's exactly what happens everyday. We never think of a shopping cart or basket as something that could spread bacteria. But every time someone...

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Environmental Safety Tip #2

Most people never think of a doorknob, staircase railing, elevator or escalator as a way to possibly come in contact with harmful bacteria. Think about this: Someone sneezes then opens a door. Someone coughs then pushes an elevator button. Someone...

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Environmental Safety Tip #1

The next time you and your family are out for breakfast, lunch or dinner before you make your order with the waiter or waitress, go to the bathroom and check its cleanliness. If it is not clean there is a 95% chance that the kitchen is also not clean....

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