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It’s that time of year, where in many parts of the country the trees are budding and the pollen count is rising. It’s important to keep that pollen outside and minimize the ways you track it into your home. When coming inside, wipe your feet and remove your shoes and outer wear. Leave items in a designated space like the mudroom. If you’ve been working outside, don’t come in and sit down. Change your clothes. Otherwise, pollen from your clothes will get on the furniture and make its way through the house. Hair attracts pollen, so it’s important to cover your head if you will be outside. And if you have not done so, make sure you wash your hair before going to bed and transfer pollen to your bedding. When there’s high pollen counts, you will want to keep your windows closed and run the air conditioner. […]
(Nashville, TN) – The skies above six Southern states got a lot safer for passengers now that Southern Airways Express, a Memphis, Tennessee based regional airline, announced that they have partnered with CleanBeyond to use their pioneering new non-toxic solutions in cleaning and sanitizing each of their airplanes before every flight. With the deadly outbreaks nationally of viruses such as Enterovirus 68 and Ebola, Americans are beginning to take their first serious look at what it takes to provide and keep a healthy environment in their homes, schools, healthcare facilities, and offices – and airlines are no exception. “Our partnership with CleanBeyond is the first of its kind in disinfecting the cabins on aircraft. It’s something that we are proud to be offering our customers at Southern Airways,” said COO Keith Sisson of Southern Airways. Sisson noted that because they used CleanBeyond’s exclusive Total HG products their planes are now […]
CleanBeyond featured in Nashville Ledger! “Enter Autumn Key, the chief executive officer of CleanBeyond, a cleaning service that goes beyond the “mop and a bucket” traditional service. Key owned a janitorial service and observed that she was no different than her competition and that most offered the same services although some performed better than others.” Click here to read entire article here.