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Disease Prevention 101

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With the uprising of disease and illnesses all over the world, we may wonder how we can protect ourselves and our families. Should we be afraid of traveling away from home? Thankfully, there are many precautions that we can take to protect ourselves from diseases. Here are just a few tips:

  • Protect yourself from contaminated water

Store water in a closed container and dispense it with a clean ladle or tap and never put your hands into a clean water supply.

  • Protect yourself from contaminated food

Always wash your fruits and veggies!

Use clean utensils and surfaces in the kitchen when cooking.

Don’t forget to wash your hands before and after handling food.

Cook your food thoroughly (at the appropriate temperature) and only use fresh food.

Pay attention to expiration dates, especially with dairy and meat.

Refrigerate necessary food items immediately.

  • Protect yourself from infection from insects

With the Zika Virus on the rise, many are nervous to travel abroad, especially when pregnant. It is important to always take precautions before traveling, always get latest information from the CDC (Center for Disease Control). Avoid areas like Miami, Florida, Puerto Rico, American Samoa and the Virgin Islands for the time being.

If you do have to travel to an infected area, make sure you wear protective clothing (long sleeves and pants) and use bug repellant approved by the CDC. Also, if possible, sleep under a mosquito net and make sure that all your windows have screens. Use an air conditioner when possible, mosquitoes tend to gravitate towards warm and moist areas.

  • Protect yourself from animals

Keep animals outside if possible

Wash your hands after touching your animal and DO NOT touch wild animals!

See a doctor if you have been bitten or scratched, this can be very dangerous.

  • Protect yourself from germs spread by other people

Coughing and sneezing spreads germs very easily, if you need to cough, cover your mouth with a tissue or in your sleeve.

When sick, avoid hugging or shaking hands.

Germs are most abundant on surfaces like door knobs, phones and keyboards, so exercise caution when touching such areas.

Do not share razors, toothbrushes or towels and avoid contact with bodily fluids.

Wash your hands frequently and when you’re sick, stay home!

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Red wine stain? No problem

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Here’s a DIY how-to for removing red wine stains from carpet


Holiday parties and family get togethers inevitably result in spills on your carpet or upholstery. The stain that we all fear the most? Red wine. Here’s our PRO tip for solution that really does work for getting these stains out.

Red Wine Stain Treatment


First step: blot, blot, blot:
If it is a new spill, use a white cloth or paper towels to blot as much of the red wine spill as you can. Follow this with pouring a bit of cold water directly onto the wine stain. Doing this helps dilute what remains of the stain. Continue with blotting until no more of the stain is coming out.


IMPORTANT! Don’t forget to test:
Of course, your stains don’t always cooperate by appearing in inconspicuous areas, but do keep in mind that it is always recommended that you first test any cleaning solution on a portion of carpet or upholstery that is out of the way.

The Dish Soap and White Wine Vinegar Solution Method


This method is great for red wine and a host of other tough stains.

1.     Pour two cups of warm water into a bowl. Add a tablespoon of white vinegar and another tablespoon of dishwashing liquid.

2.     Dip a sponge into the bowl and wring out well. Then begin applying the solution directly onto the wine stain. You should see immediate lifting of the stain, but continue blotting until the stain has lifted completely.

3.     Follow with blotting the area with clear water, then blotting dry with a clean white towel or paper towels.


Let your carpet and upholstery cleaning PRO help:
On your next scheduled cleaning, show your technician the area. Any remaining stain residue can be treated and cleaned.

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Refer More Friends, Get More Cash

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You should be rewarded for telling your friends about us! Many of our customers have no idea that they could get their cleaning done for free or receive cash from us. We will give you a 10% referral payment for telling friends, co-workers or family about us! (If your referral has $200.00 worth of services done, you will receive $20.00).  We also offer to come back and re-clean if you are not completely satisfied and if you are still unhappy, we will give you your money back, 100% guaranteed!

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