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Carpet cleaning technicians and carpet cleaning professionals are often asked to advise their clients on the selection of new carpets. Because carpeting is a long-term investment, and often a costly one, selecting the right carpet is a crucial decision. To assist, Doug Berjer, manager for CFR, Continuous Flow Recycling extractors and Tornado Industries, offers the following suggestions that technicians and cleaning professionals can use to make the entire process a bit easier: Colors and patterns: Unfortunately, this is often a subjective decision but selecting the right colors and patterns is a very serious consideration; in a heavily trafficked area or where there...
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Like any new product, there are some misunderstandings and misconceptions surrounding bio-based cleaning chemicals. And because bio-based cleaners continue to gather greater attention from both the public and private businesses, clarifications are necessary. Although U.S. Agricultural Secretary Tom Vilsack may have been overly optimistic when he predicted a "50 percent increase in the number of newly designated bio-based products" a few years ago, more manufacturers are indeed developing bio-based cleaning products. Experts believe that increasing numbers of these products will become available to the industry in coming years. But like any new product, there are some misunderstandings and misconceptions surrounding bio-based cleaning chemicals. Below...
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The average cell phone carries more than just a contact list, it also harbors 25,107 bacteria per square inch. This fact makes the cell phone one of the filthiest surfaces people come into contact with on a daily basis. No surprise, this far surpasses public toilet seats, which measure only 1,201 bacteria per square inch.Reports from Mashable highlight five common surfaces that are actually cleaner than the average persons cell phone. 1. The public toilet - 1,201 bacteria per square inch2. The kitchen counter - 1,736 bacteria per square inch3. Pet food dish - 2,110 bacteria per square inch4. The self-serve checkout screen -...
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People living in industrialised countries may be more likely to develop Alzheimer’s due to greatly reduced contact with bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms – which can lead to problems with immune development and increased risk of dementia, suggests a new study. “There are important implications for forecasting future global disease burden, especially in developing countries as they increase in sanitation” Molly FoxImage credit Ann Gordon New research has found a “very significant” relationship between a nation’s wealth and hygiene and the Alzheimer’s “burden” on its population. High-income, highly industrialised countries with large urban areas and better hygiene exhibit much higher rates...
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