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Keeps Dust Allergies at Bay
No More Germs and Bacteria
Professionals Have a System: Professionals follow a checklist of things to do so they work more efficiently. They know that overlooked door knobs, cabinet handles, and light switches harbor the most bacteria in your home and will disinfect it for you.
We are a fully bonded cleaning service. We carry insurance for our employees and for the work that we do in your home. We also guarantee customer satisfaction. Was something not cleaned the way that you expected? Let us know, and we will do our best to put things right.
Pets are a part of the family, and so we clean up after them as well! During service we recommend that you do keep your pet somewhere they will be comfortable — not all of our furry friends like the sound of vacuums or unfamiliar people in their space. Let us know how you'd like to handle your pet ahead of time to keep them safe and happy.
The key to cleaning mirrors is all about the products you use. You may be surprised that the best solution isn’t found in the household aisles of your local store, but is probably already in your cupboard! It’s a simple mix of vinegar and water, which is free of streak-making soap.
For a clean, streak-free mirror always use a microfiber cloth. This will clean your mirror without leaving behind other particles like dust and lint for the ultimate shiny finish.
When you’re cleaning your bathroom, you should take it one step at a time. Don’t rush and be sure to clean everything. You wouldn’t want to miss a crucial step.
Take One Area at a Time
You should do whatever makes you feel great about the cleaning process. There is no right answer. Just make sure you get it out of the way.
A survey, conducted by Ipsos for ACI, asked respondents to indicate how they are primarily using disinfectants on surfaces in their homes, in an effort to understand and help educate consumers to use products as directed in the midst of COVID-19.
Twenty-six percent of those surveyed say they spray and then wipe the surface immediately after, while another 16 percent make a quick pass with a disinfectant wipe. The poll shows that other consumers are getting it right: 26 percent keep the surface wet with disinfectant wipes for as long as recommended on the label, while another 16 percent spray and leave until air dried.
ACI’s key tips to proper disinfection: