Serving the Maryland, Washington D.C. & N. Virginia Areas

Serving the Maryland, Washington & Virginia Areas

Month: August 2015

Keeping a Store Looking Clean

If you want people to come back to your store time and time again, you need to make sure it is completely clean at all times. You can quickly lose customers just because your store looks cluttered or dirty, even if you know it is clean on the surface. Keeping a store looking clean is a matter of regular maintenance that does not take much effort in the long run. Here are a few tips to help you make the store look the best it possibly can.

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Professional vs. DIY Carpet Steam Cleaning

If you want your carpets to be as clean as possible, steam cleaning is the perfect solution. By simply applying hot steam to your carpets, you can soak up set-in stains that give your business a dirty, unclean impression. Since steam cleaning is relatively easy to do, some business owners wonder whether they should invest in professional help or just have an employee do the work for them.

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How to Declutter and Reorganize Your Office

In the hustle and bustle of running a business, it is easy for your office to get cluttered, disorganized, and downright messy. Even if the surfaces in your office are clean, having all this clutter around will not make for a pleasant work environment. Every few months or so, it would be a good idea for you to take some time to get everything back where it needs to be. Here are some tips to show you how to declutter and reorganize your office in the future.

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Germy Surface You Touch Every Day

Germs are everywhere. There is no escaping them, no matter how much you try. While many germs are perfectly harmless, there are also plenty that can get you or other people around you sick throughout the year. Many of the surfaces you touch every day are covered in germs, and simply being aware of them may help you avoid getting sick in the future. Listed below are some unexpected yet common locations for germs to help you be more aware of your surroundings.

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Cleaning Tile and Grout with Household Items

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