Protect yourself in the easiest way possible. Wash your hands. https://www.cdc.gov/handwashing/ Save
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. […]
In the Southern heat, the sugary hummingbird nectar gets moldy in a few days. So a quick 10-minute drying time with a mist of Total HG will take care of that in short order!
Let’s face it. Planes are gross. Every single time I board a plane for a long-haul flight, I know I will catch a cold on board. It happens pretty much without fail. And no amount of Vitamin C, echinacea, or hand sanitizer seems to do the trick. Read the full article at Yahoo… and know that CleanBeyond processes are effective against E. coli, MRSA and influenza.
A warm welcome to Kelly and Mitch Drew! They are our new franchise owners in Washington, Indiana and have recently acquired the territory of Southwestern Indiana with a Commercial, Residential and Carpet franchise.
We are pleased to be featured in Brentwood Home Page. Take a moment to read the article.