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What can be cleaned with a high pressure water cleaner?

Pressure cleaners are an ideal way to remove dirt, mildew, mould, oil and grease from a variety of surfaces to make them look like new again.  What is a
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34 Insane But True Cleaning Facts

How much do you know about cleaning? In this article we have the ultimate list of insane but true cleaning statistics and creative tips, and we list some of
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End of Lease “Bond Cleaning” Service

End of lease “bond cleaning” is crucial, and it’s best to leave it in the hands of a professional. When you are trying to pack, organize bins, finalize your
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How Cleaning Your Room is Good For Mental Health

Dishes to do, laundry to wash, meetings to plan—who doesn’t feel overwhelmed when faced with the seemingly endless To-Do lists of life? Just as you’re ticking off one thing,
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How To Get Motivated to Clean?

As our lives become busier and busier in the modern age, finding time to clean our living spaces is often the last thing on our minds. On top of
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How often do I really need to clean everything?

Growing up most of us learn how to clean from our parents. For the same reason some of us learn how NOT to clean! As we grow up these
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Dealing with Pet Mess

If you have pets, you know that cleaning up after them can be a large and unpleasant job. Keeping homes clean with pets is something that we deal with
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How Often Should You Mow Your Lawn

It’s so so easy to delay mowing your lawn until it gets to the point that you don’t want to mow it at all. It goes from medium, to
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Guide to Lawn Aeration

Bare patches on a lawn really looks terrible. It can happen due to pet urine or thatching or soil compaction. Soil compaction stops the circulation of nutrients and water.
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Money CAN Buy Happiness

More and more studies and articles are pointing to evidence that suggests that while money can’t directly buy you happiness, it can certainly buy you products and services that
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