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3 Easy Ways to Clean a Garbage Disposal

  Joseph Berger  |    31 January 2019  |    house cleaning,  |    Home Cleaning Tips

Garbage disposals can become an oasis of foul smells in the midst of your aromatic kitchen. It needn't be this way. Let's discuss three simple options to return your nasty garbage disposal to like-new.

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Smelly Sneakers and What You Can Do

  Joseph Berger  |    30 January 2019  |    Home Cleaning Tips

As we all know, working out has many good side effects. There are however some costs included. One of them is smelly sneakers. Whether it's your cycling shoes, your running shoes, or your weightlifting shoes, your trainers may have developed a funk. Fortunately, the cleaning professionals at You've Got Maids have some recommendations for you.

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Green Cleaning 101: Ceiling Fan Cleaning Tips

  Frank Berger  |    05 May 2009  |    Green Cleaning,  |    Home Cleaning Tips,  |    ceiling fans

Clearing the Air - Why Cleaning your Ceiling Fans is a Must

Why do ceiling fans seem to attract dust? Doesn't the revolution of the fan blades kick off any dust that accumulates on them? Why should you make cleaning your interior fans a priority for your house cleaning efforts? 

With you and your air quality in mind, You've Got Maids wants you to take your green house cleaning seriously. That process begins and ends, in our opinion with the process of cleaning dust off of ceiling fans. For us, it is one of the most applicable though widely ignored cleaning tips. 

Blogger Loren Larson tackled the question for the web site Imponderables, in a blog post titled Why Do Ceiling Fans Get Dusty? You'd think that the constantly turning blades would throw off any incidental dust that accumulates on an interior fan, particularly the blades of ceiling fans, asserts Larson. But you'd be wrong. Ceiling fans seem to be dust magnets.

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