Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Become a Whirlwind Cleaner Now MULTI SERVICES shows you how the right products and a few insider tips from the experts can make every cleaning job easier and quicker. Keep a cleaning carry-all (available at dollar stores or hardware stores) or a simple plastic bucket pre-packed with cleaning supplies to take from room to room. Ensure you have the right products on hand for the cleaning jobs you face around your home. We suggest this selection: Power Cream Degreaser for tough grease, sticky residue and burnt-on food. Power Cream Lime & Grime to make easy work of limescale and soapscum buildup. Bathroom Spray for shower doors, walls, shower cutrains, tape and tiles. Thick Bleach for toilet bowls, tubs and sinks. Multi-Surface Cleaner for glass, mirrors, counter tops, sealed wood furnishings and sealed granite. Gel with Baking Soda for stovetops, sinks, faucets, chrome fixtures and stainless steel appliances. Cream Cleanser for countertops, pots and pans, casserole dishes and BBQ grills. In addition to these cleaning products, the whirlwind housekeeper also keeps some secret tools on hand, including: Snuggle Fabric Softener Sheets Q-tips Cotton Swabs 2 to 3 small sponges a dry cloth a small brush a discarded tooth brush latex gloves Where to Start - Where to Finish Start in the kitchen. Clean your laminate counter tops, around your cook-top rings, food-spattered backsplashes, the fridge door and the sink. Moisten a damp sponge. Do your cabinet doors, drawer pulls, light switches and the telephone next. Check the shelves and door slots in your fridge, too. Peek in the microwave. Is the lunch-time pizza welded to the roof? Here's a trick: Half fill a cup with water and add a squirt of Cream Cleanser. Place in the microwave and run on high for 60 seconds. Wipe clean with a damp sponge. Wipe down the kitchen table and chairs. Then clean the floors last with diluted Vim Floors. Move on to the bathroom. Spray the shower walls and bath tub with Bathroom Cleaner. Leave it while you wipe down the counter and sink with Vim Gel with Baking Soda. Use the tooth brush in your carry-all to scour around the drain hole. A Q-Tip Cotton Swab dipped in Vim Gel will make quick work of grunge around the taps. Wipe all surfaces with clear water. Return to the shower and tub. Turn on the shower and watch the cleaner and the scum disappear down the drain. Apply Vim Thick Bleach to the toilet, let sit and flush. Voila. And finally the rest of the house. While moving from room to room, keep a look out for finger marks on doors and door frames and for sticky door handles. Clean with All Purpose Spray. Is the picture on your TV or computer screen looking foggy? See it brighten before your eyes when you gently dust the surface using a Snuggle Fabric Softener sheet.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Halloween in Canada

Halloween is celebrated in Canada on or around October 31. It is a day to mark the single night in the year when, according to old Celtic beliefs, spirits and the dead can cross over into the world of the living. Some people hold parties and children may trick-or-treat in their neighborhood.
Black cats are part of the Halloween superstitions. Some people put a lot of effort into decorating their homes, yards and drives. They may even construct life-size replica graveyards or dungeons and invite people from the neighborhood to view their creations or hold a themed party. Other people may organize fancy dress parties for adults or children. Popular activities at parties include watching horror films and trying to make fellow guests jump in fright. Many children go out to play trick-or-treat. They dress up as ghosts, witches, skeletons or other characters and visit homes in their neighborhood. They ring doorbells and, when someone answers, they call out "trick-or-treat". This means that they hope to receive a gift of candy or other snacks and that they are threatening to play a trick if they do not get anything. Usually, they receive a treat and tricks are rarely carried out. There are special types of food associated with Halloween. These include candies in packets decorated with symbols of Halloween, toffee apples made by coating real apples with a boiled sugar solution, roasted corn, popcorn and pumpkin pie or bread. Halloween beer, which is made by adding pumpkin and spices to the mash before fermenting it, is also available in specialist stores. Children also take part in a long-standing Canadian tradition of "Trick-or-Treat for Unicef". Pumpkin-carving contests, pumpkin art tours, a reading marathon, and symbolic Walks for Water are just a few examples of the educational and fundraising activities schools and children develop to help provide thousands of children developing countries with basic quality education. Public life October 31 is not a public holiday. Schools, organizations, businesses, stores and post offices are open as usual. Some organizations may arrange Halloween parties, but these do not usually disrupt normal affairs. Public transport services run on their regular timetables. If people are driving around the neighborhood in the late afternoon or evening, it is important to be particularly aware of children, especially those wearing dark costumes, who may be unfamiliar with traffic conditions. Background Halloween has Celtic origins. In pre-Christian times, many people believed that spirits from the underworld and ghosts of dead people could visit the world of the living on the night of October 31. These spirits could harm the living or take them back to the underworld. To avoid this, people started dressing up as ghosts and spirits if they left their homes on October 31. They hoped that this would confuse the ghosts and spirits. Halloween was also a time, when spirits might give messages to people. In some areas, it was traditional for unmarried girls to poor molten lead into water. The shape that the lead took when it hardened was seen as a clue to the professions of their future husbands. Halloween traditions were brought to Canada by Irish and Scottish immigrants. Halloween is now celebrated in a range of other countries, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Ireland and Australia. Symbols There is a wide range of Halloween symbols. Symbols include animals, such as black cats, bats and spiders, and figures, such as ghosts, skeletons, witches and wizards. Pumpkins, graveyards, cobwebs, haunted houses and the colors green, orange, grey and black are also associated with Halloween. These symbols are used to decorate homes and party venues and are seen on costumes, gift paper, cards, cookies, cakes and candy.

Sunday, October 9, 2011

The Real Meaning of Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Day is a holiday celebrated primarily in the United States and Canada. Thanksgiving is celebrated each year on the second Monday of October in Canada and on the fourth Thursday of November in the United States. Thanksgiving in Canada falls on the same day as Columbus Day in the United States. Because of the longstanding traditions of the holiday, the celebration often extends to the weekend that falls closest to the day it is celebrated.
The Order of Good Cheer, 1606 by Charles William Jefferys, (1925). The origins of the first Thanksgiving in Canada goes back to an explorer, Martin Frobisher, who had been trying to find a northern passage to the Pacific Ocean. Frobisher's Thanksgiving celebration was not for harvest, but for homecoming. He had safely returned from an unsuccessful search for the Northwest Passage, avoiding the later fate of Henry Hudson and Sir John Franklin. In the year 1578, Frobisher held a formal ceremony in Newfoundland to give thanks for surviving the long journey.[3] Years later, the tradition of a feast would continue as more settlers began to arrive to the Canadian colonies.[4]
Oven roasted turkey The origins of Canadian Thanksgiving can also be traced to the French settlers who came to New France with explorer Samuel de Champlain in the early 17th century, who also took to celebrating their successful harvests. The French settlers in the area typically had feasts at the end of the harvest season and continued throughout the winter season, even sharing their food with the indigenous peoples of the area.[5] Champlain had also proposed for the creation of the Order of Good Cheer in 1606.[6] As many more settlers arrived in Canada, more celebrations of good harvest became common. New immigrants into the country, such as the Irish, Scottish and Germans, would also add their own traditions to the harvest celebrations. Most of the U.S. aspects of Thanksgiving (such as the turkey) were incorporated when United Empire Loyalists began to flee from the United States during the American Revolution and settled in Canada.[5]

Saturday, October 1, 2011

The meaning of Autumn Autumn is one of the four temperate seasons. Autumn marks the transition from summer into winter usually in September (Northern Hemisphere) or March (Southern Hemisphere) when the arrival of night becomes noticeably earlier. The equinoxes might be expected to be in the middle of their respective seasons, but temperature lag (caused by the thermal latency of the ground and sea) means that seasons appear later than dates calculated from a purely astronomical perspective. The actual lag varies with region. Some cultures regard the autumnal equinox as "mid-autumn", others with a longer lag treat it as the start of autumn.[1] Meteorologists (and most of the temperate countries in the southern hemisphere)[2] use a definition based on months, with autumn being September, October and November in the northern hemisphere,[3] and March, April and May in the southern hemisphere. In North America, autumn is usually considered to start with the September equinox.[4] In traditional East Asian solar term, autumn starts on or around 8 August and ends on about 7 November. In Ireland, the autumn months according to the national meteorological service, Met Éireann, are September, October and November.[5] However, according to the Irish Calendar which is based on ancient Celtic traditions, autumn lasts throughout the months of August, September, and October, or possibly a few days later, depending on tradition. In Australia, autumn officially begins on March 1st and ends May 31st[6] According to United States unofficial tradition, autumn runs from the day after Labor Day (i.e. the Tuesday following the first Monday of September) through Thanksgiving (i.e. the fourth Thursday in November), after which the holiday season that demarcates the unofficial beginning of winter begins. Where does the word come from The word autumn comes from the Old French word autompne (automne in modern French), and was later normalised to the original Latin word autumnus.[7] There are rare examples of its use as early as the 12th century, but it became common by the 16th century. Before the 16th century, harvest was the term usually used to refer to the season, as it is common in other West Germanic languages to this day (cf. Dutch herfst and German Herbst). However, as more people gradually moved from working the land to living in towns (especially those who could read and write,the only people whose use of language we now know), the word harvest lost its reference to the time of year and came to refer only to the actual activity of reaping, and autumn, as well as fall, began to replace it as a reference to the season.[8][9] The alternative word fall for the season traces its origins to old Germanic languages. The exact derivation is unclear, the Old English fiæll or feallan and the Old Norse fall all being possible candidates. However, these words all have the meaning "to fall from a height" and are clearly derived either from a common root or from each other. The term came to denote the season in 16th century England, a contraction of Middle English expressions like "fall of the leaf" and "fall of the year".[10]

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Cleaning Tips Ideas by other people 1. I spray Febreeze on my vacuum roller brushes when I vacuum, makes the whole carpet smell fresh. Submitted by Carol L. 2. I use a lot of waxed paper to cover counters for dirty jobs... I hate scrubbing flour that has gotten wet and hardened! Submitted by Marcia S. 3. The bathroom will be much easier to clean after a steamy bath or shower. The steam will help loosen the dirt. 4. To get copper clean use orange koolaid. Submitted by Ruth G. 5. Apply a good paste wax to shower tiles and buff with a dry cloth to deter water spots. 6. Alcohol on a rag cleans keyboards great! Submitted by Rhonda W. 7. Rubbing alcohol takes off the sticky stuff left from scotch tape. Submitted by Becky S. 8. Use fabric softener sheets to collect dust off blinds. Submitted by Mary B. 9. Avon's Skin So Soft gets off the adhesive gunk off windows & mirrors. (no, I don't sell Avon.) Submitted by Ruth S. 10. When dusting, start at the top and work your way to the bottom. Vacuum last. ........................Continued in next blog post............................. Thank you for being a loyal reader of Multi Services Blog MULTI SERVICES Residential & Commercial Cleaning Professional Cleaners without the Professional Price 416-782-3417 Derrick & Kerry

Friday, September 16, 2011

Cleaning: Tips to De-Scum Your Bathroom Probably the busiest spot in your house, the bathroom is also the place almost every guest visits. So if you start sweating whenever someone asks, "Do you mind if I freshen up/use the toilet/secretly judge your cleaning skills?" just relax. These tricks will get the room looking freshly scrubbed in 15 minutes or less. 1. In the bag. To start, hang a plastic sack on the doorknob for tossing the cleaning cloths you're about to use and emptying the waste¬basket — the easiest insta-tidy trick. 2. First, flush. Next, grab some bleach. Pour a cup into the bowl; brush around the sides and under the rim. Then move on to the next task for five minutes. 3. Quick shine. While the bleach is working, fill a spray bottle with equal parts water and white vinegar (or better yet, keep a bottle stored nearby for just this occasion). Spritz onto paper towels or a microfiber cloth, and zero in on those telltale soap drips and toothpaste spatters on faucets, mirrors, countertops, and in the sink — a definite dirty-bathroom giveaway. Optional (and only if you really care what your visitors think): Give spotty shower doors the same spray treatment. 4. Wipe control. Flip over one of those same vinegar wipes and run it across the back of your dusty toilet tank, then over, under, and around the seat. Flush the bleach that's been sitting in the bowl, toss the wipe into your doorknob bag, and move on. 5. Towel trick. Instead of scooping up all the used bath towels, just put out fresh hand towels — those are the only ones short-term guests use anyway. Leave the others on the bar; just straighten them. If you have linen spray, mist the towels. If you don't, a light body spray or perfume will do the job. 6. Exit strategy. Now it's time for the floor. Shake out your rug or bath mat to fluff it up so it looks recently vacuumed. Next, with a dampened paper towel, swoosh the corners of the room, where most of the hair and dust collects. And don't forget to take the plastic bag with you when you leave!

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

3 Minutes lost

Daytime continues to be longer than nighttime until after September equinox, which is always between September 22-24, the beginning of autumn. The word “equinox” means “equal night” and refers to when the sun crosses the equator. Days are shortened by three minutes per day, resulting in a half hour per week.

Fall brings an onslaught of allergies

Autumn is the favorite time of the year for many of us. Colorful foliage abounds. Humidity drops. We open our windows to let in the breeze and spend long hours outdoors hiking or raking up the falling leaves. Unfortunately, unseen allergens lurk in the crisp, fry air and all those leaves. Pollen allergies affect nearly 10 percent of our population, approximately 62 million people. They are the fifth ranking chronic disease and cost business and our health care system nearly $8 billion annually. There’s no reason to dread the arrival of autumn, however, if we reduce exposure to pollens and molds, this lessening our symptoms of sneezing, itchy and watery eyes, dry throat, congestion and runny noses, all of which can impair our ability to perform well at school or work. Ragweed pollen is one of the most common reasons for fall allergies. But pollen from other plants, trees, and grass can also trigger symptoms, as can mold. Tips for managing fall allergies: *Leave both house and car windows shut *Remove clothing worn outdoors after raking, hiking or mowing *Remove shoes at the door and go barefoot in the house or wear slippers. *Shower or rinse off exposed skin after being outdoors. *Use a saline nasal wash to remove allergens . *Use a dehumidifier to decrease indoor humidity. *Clean visible mold in showers with diluted bleach solution *Wear a face mask and goggles when doing yard work *Use an antihistamine to reduce or eliminate the effects of histamine. *Drink plenty of water; rehydration effectively eliminates toxins.

Saturday, August 20, 2011

What is the difference between a maid and a cleaner?

What is the difference between a maid and a cleaner?

A maid and a cleaner do the same job - cleaning. A maid may also do some ironing and maybe cooking as well. Is that the main difference between the two jobs?

The term "maid" is almost never used; they are called "housekeepers." In a hotel or hospital, the department is called "housekeeping." This is different from the older definition of housekeepers, who were respected professionals who tended to all the details of a domestic establishment but didn't scrub the floors themselves.

A housekeeper (or maid) works at least a half-day a week on a regular basis for the same employers. She knows the family's ways and in long-term relationships may have a lot of regard and affection for them, and they for her. Some people are lucky enough to have a "live-in housekeeper." A housekeeper not only cleans but also as you say may iron, care for children, cook, whatever arrangements she (or I suppose he) has come to with her/his employer.

A cleaning service (which oddly enough might call itself "Merry Maids" or "Maid Brigade," to name just a couple) cleans your house, but you don't have the same person or persons every week, and they certainly don't do anything that's not on the bulleted list of your contract with them.

But this is one difference from MULTI SERVICES and other cleaning companies, we like to give our clients weather home or office, the same cleaner every time so they are more comfortable and never have to worry about things changing. We also like to do the little extra things free of charge as long as it’s kept reasonable. They also get to know the client’s specific needs and wants kind of like the maid services.

MULTI SERVICES offers a wider variety of services, such as indoor window cleaning or outdoor if on the main floor, balcony cleaning (weather it’s just a little dirty or if it has animal feces on it), stripping and waxing services, organizing and much more.

We like to give our estimates free of charge. Some can be made over the phone or through e-mail and some need a personal visit for a more accurate number, depending on the service being provided.

For more information give us a call or check out our website and submit your information for a free estimate.


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Sunday, June 5, 2011

Fathers day through History

Sonora Smart Dodd of Spokane, Washington, organizes the first Father's Day celebration on June 19, her own father's birthday. The mayor of Spokane and the governor of Washington state officially support the event. Dodd's father, a farmer and Civil War veteran, had been a single father to six young children after the death of his wife.

President Calvin Coolidge publicly supports plans for a national Father's Day.

The National Father's Day Committee meets for the first time in New York City.

The observance of Father's Day is recognized by a Joint Resolution of Congress.

President Lyndon Johnson proclaims Father's Day to be an official national holiday.

President Richard Nixon signs into law a permanent U.S. Father's Day to be observed on the third Sunday of June.

Father's Day is the fifth most popular card-sending holiday, with an estimated $95 million in card sales. Not just fathers but husbands, grandfathers, uncles, sons, and sons-in-law are among the honorees.

Only days before Father's Day an estimated 53% of Americans do not know what they will buy for the holiday. If they are like last year's consumers, 60% will buy cards, while the most popular gifts will be apparel (41%), dinner (38%), sporting goods (22%), home improvement merchandise (18%), electronics (17%), and gardening tools (12%).

In 2004, there were an estimated 98,000 "stay-at-home" dads. These are married fathers with children under 15 years old who have remained out of the labor force for more than one year primarily so they can care for the family while their wives work outside the home.

There were an estimated 159,000 "stay-at-home" dads in 2008. These are married fathers with children under 15 years old who have remained out of the labor force for more than one year primarily so they can care for the family while their wives work outside the home.

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Sunday, May 22, 2011

Where Victoria Day Originated from

The birthday of the monarch was a day for celebration in Canada long before Confederation, with the first legislation regarding the event being in 1845 passed by the parliament of the Province of Canada to officially recognize May 24 as the Queen's birthday.[1] It was noted that on that date in 1854, the 35th birthday of Queen Victoria, some 5,000 residents of Canada West gathered in front of Government House (near present day King and Simcoe Streets in Toronto) to "give cheers to their queen."[2] On May 24, 1866, the town of Omemee, also in Canada West, mounted a day-long fête to mark the occasion, including a gun salute at midnight, pre-dawn serenades, picnics, athletic competitions, a display of illuminations, and a torch-light procession.[3]

King George VI in Ottawa, Ontario, on his official birthday, Victoria Day 1939

Following the death of Queen Victoria in 1901, May 24 was by imperial decree made Empire Day throughout the British Empire, while, in Canada, it became officially known as Victoria Day,[1] a date to remember the late queen, who was deemed the "Mother of Confederation".[4] Over the ensuing decades, the official date in Canada of the reigning sovereign's birthday changed through various royal proclamations: for Edward VII it continued by yearly proclamation to be observed on May 24, but was June 3 for George V, June 23 for Edward VIII (their actual birthdays), and various days between May 20 and June 14 through George VI's reign as king of Canada. The first official birthday of Elizabeth II, whose actual birthday is April 21,[5] was the last to be celebrated in June; the haphazard format was abandoned in 1952, when the Governor-General-in-Council moved Empire Day to the Monday before May 25, and Elizabeth's official birthday in Canada was by regular vice-regal proclamations made to fall on this same date every year between 1953 and 1957, when the link was made permanent.[1] The following year, Empire Day was renamed Commonwealth Day and in 1977 it was moved to the second Monday in March, leaving the Monday before May 24 solely as Victoria Day.

Friday, May 6, 2011

Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day

Hands that reach out, always helping and sharing- A mother is caring!

Eyes that reflect every joy that you find, Arms to encircle, but never to bind, A talent for making the most out of living-A mother is giving!

A voice that can soothe or inspire or delight, A smile that keeps shining when things don't go right, An angel God sends us from Heaven above- A mother is nothing but caring, giving and love.

Mother’s day is coming up real quick and we all know this is a big day.

So this Mothers day why don't you give your mom a day off and have someone do all the cleaning for her, while she relaxes and does whatever she wants.
Our professional team will leave the house smelling fresh and comfortable.

What We'll Do For You.

We will do a full spring clean for your home.
We clean base boards, behind furniture, get rid of any hidden dust and cobwebs, windows anything you want cleaned

Make Your Mother Smile and show her your love on this day.

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Monday, May 2, 2011


And keeping things fresh

The changing or seasons can be a great time to de-clutter the house and get everything in order for a spring and summer full of camping, outdoor sports and other family activities. The return of spring for many also means spring cleaning – and while it can seem daunting to get spring clean successful:

Start by walking around your house and taking a look at what needs to be cleaned. Check out often overlooked surfaces like window sills and baseboards. Knowing what needs to be done makes it easier to start.

Before you head to the mall for a new spring wardrobe, take a survey of your closet and the clothes you have in storage. Take the time to try things on, keeping what can still be worn and donating what you don’t want anymore. Taking inventory of your closet will make it easy to choose what items will need to be purchased and will avoid unnecessary purchases, saving you money. Having a neat and organized closet will also allow you to see what clothes you have, so that your favourite pieces don’t get lost.

Sping cleaning is a great time to tackle large surfaces and appliances in your house like the windows or the back of the fridge. To keep surfaces clean choose naturally derived products low in chemicals. Made from plant based, biodegradable cleaning ingredients Green Works products are at least 95 percent naturally derived and are great choice for gentle yet effective cleaning.

Spring cleaning is a great time to get the whole family involved in cleaning the house and getting ready for the new season. Involving the kids in task like sorting their clothes or cleaning out under the bed is a great way to have them be a part of the cleaning process.

Finding other people living green, either in your community or online, is a great way to exchange information and ask questions. Check out already existing communities like the Green Works Facebook page at for great tips and advice.

Sunday, April 10, 2011

The History of Easter

Easter, which celebrates Jesus Christ's resurrection from the dead, is Christianity's most important holiday. It has been called a moveable feast because it doesn't fall on a set date every year, as most holidays do. Instead, Christian churches in the West celebrate Easter on the first Sunday following the full moon after the vernal equinox on March 21. Therefore, Easter is observed anywhere between March 22 and April 25 every year. Orthodox Christians use the Julian calendar to calculate when Easter will occur and typically celebrate the holiday a week or two after the Western churches, which follow the Gregorian calendar.

The exact origins of this religious feast day's name are unknown. Some sources claim the word Easter is derived from Eostre, a Teutonic goddess of spring and fertility. Other accounts trace Easter to the Latin term hebdomada alba, or white week, an ancient reference to Easter week and the white clothing donned by people who were baptized during that time. Through a translation error, the term later appeared as esostarum in Old High German, which eventually became Easter in English. In Spanish, Easter is known as Pascua; in French, Paques. These words are derived from the Greek and Latin Pascha or Pasch, for Passover. Jesus' crucifixion and resurrection occurred after he went to Jerusalem to celebrate Passover (or Pesach in Hebrew), the Jewish festival commemorating the ancient Israelites' exodus from slavery in Egypt. Pascha eventually came to mean Easter.

Easter is really an entire season of the Christian church year, as opposed to a single-day observance. Lent, the 40-day period leading up to Easter Sunday, is a time of reflection and penance and represents the 40 days that Jesus spent alone in the wilderness before starting his ministry, a time in which Christians believe he survived various temptations by the devil. The day before Lent, known as Mardi Gras or Fat Tuesday, is a last hurrah of food and fun before the fasting begins. The week preceding Easter is called Holy Week and includes Maundy Thursday, which commemorates Jesus' last supper with his disciples; Good Friday, which honors the day of his crucifixion; and Holy Saturday, which focuses on the transition between the crucifixion and resurrection. The 50-day period following Easter Sunday is called Eastertide and includes a celebration of Jesus' ascension into heaven.

In addition to Easter's religious significance, it also has a commercial side, as evidenced by the mounds of jelly beans and marshmallow chicks that appear in stores each spring. As with Christmas, over the centuries various folk customs and pagan traditions, including Easter eggs, bunnies, baskets and candy, have become a standard part of this holy holiday.

Did You Know?
Over 90 million chocolate Easter bunnies are made each year

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Efortless Office Cleaning Ideas

Efortless Office Cleaning Ideas
A clean and ordered work environment is basic to encourage output. How would your clients react if they walked into your business to find piles of files and papers in all quarters, soiled carpets and disorganised desks?

If I entered into such an environment, I would turn back and leave straight away and I bet you would too. With that mindset I'll share with you some effortless to administer office cleaning tips to assist keep your business twinkling clean at all time, be it a town office or a home office.

Generally city business units are cleaned by specialist authentic cleaning companies but there are certain things that can be done to help improve the cleanliness of these work places.

This initial tip might sound obsolete but you would be alarmed how many office blocks still haven't applied it to their work environment. Reduce paper clutter by bringing in a digital filing system.

Its likely your corporation already has a network, and thats a positive opening point. Next comes a complete reconstruct of the networks file structure. This will take some time and choosy consideration. A general rule-of-thumb is that an effective digital file system - when segmented - reflects exactly how the business is organised and leaves room for future modification and likely change.

Create a cleaning and organisation inspection group, the idea here is to designate two or three employees, depending on the amount of your workforce, to go around the office inspecting tables and drawers.

This examination team should report directly to the office controller or to you. They should give out warnings for those who don't keep their workstation organised and then issue penalties. That way you will provoke your team to keep their desks and drawers organised at all times.

For home office workers you will have to be your own inspectors, even though you might not get any person visiting your study. Keep in mind what was said in the beginning of this item - A clean and organised workplace boosts productivity.

Incite recycling by adding recycling bins in your office's canteen and around the office. Choose a day of the week to do a "paper recycling day". You can use the cleaning and organization inspection team to go around the office asking for people to get rid of aged paper work that cannot be filed.

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As my last piece of advice, I would advise you seek professional help to enhance even further the cleanliness and hygiene of your office. Take on an office cleaning company and get them to do the dirty work for you.

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Saturday, March 19, 2011

Cooking with Type ii Diabetes: Exposing the Common Myths

Maintaining a healthy diet is vital to our general health and wellbeing. Eating the right foods help us combat illness, reduce stress, and provide assistance to prevent serious disease. However, for those with type 2 diabetes, making healthy food choices can be both frustrating and confusing. Because diabetes type II is a serious disease, debunking the next myths may actually help to save the lives of numerous.

Myth 1: Diabetes is due to consuming too much sugar.
Though the cause is not totally understood, diabetes is considered to be the result of genetics and lifestyle factors. With diabetes, the body is unable to properly convert food into glucose, which uses insulin to provide the cells with energy. Being overweight can make type II diabetes more likely to occur.

Myth 2: Diabetics can't eat sweets.
Consuming a piece of cake will not cause a medical emergency. Although sugars might be empty calories and cause weight gain if eaten in considerable amounts, when eaten in moderation, sweets can be a part of a healthy diet, especially when joined with exercise.

Myth 3: Diabetics must consume special diabetic foods.
A balanced and healthy diet for those with type II diabetes is quite similar to a healthy diet for anyone - limit the fats, use salt and sugar moderately, and consume wholegrain foods. Lean protein, vegetable, and fruit also help complete a balanced diet. Many foods marketed as "diabetic" foods still usually raise glucose levels in the blood.

Myth 4: Carbohydrates are dangerous for diabetics.
Starches are a significant part of a balanced diet. Carbs may have a significant effect on blood glucose levels, so they should be consumed in moderation. Carbs contain essential nutrients like vitamins, minerals, and fiber, so eradicating them from the diet is not a healthy idea.

Myth 5: Fruit might be consumed freely because it's healthy and natural.
Although fruit is chocked filled with nutrients, consuming too much of it, especially simultaneously can prove problematic. Also, dried fruits like dates may be high in fat and full of calories. Fruits like these should only be eaten sparingly.

Now that the myths concerning the diet for those with type II diabetes have been exposed, diabetics and non-diabetics alike can make wise decisions regarding food. Combined with proper medical care and exercise, food can continue to certainly be a necessary tool to maintain our bodies healthy.

About Emma Wood blogs for diabetic recipes , her personal blog site she uses to help diabetic patients to eat healthy.


Monday, March 14, 2011

Cleaning Tips Using Vinegar

To shine chrome sink fixtures that have a lime buildup, use a paste made of 2 tablespoons salt and 1 teaspoon white distilled vinegar.

Make your own scouring cleanser by combining 1/4 cup baking soda with 1 tablespoon liquid detergent. Add just enough white distilled vinegar to give it a thick but creamy texture.

Clean counter tops and make them smell sweet again with a cloth soaked in undiluted white distilled vinegar.

Clean and deodorize a drain by pouring in 1 cup baking soda, then one cup hot white distilled vinegar. Let this sit for 5 minutes or so, then run hot water down the drain.

Deodorize the garbage disposal by pouring in 1/2 cup baking soda and 1/2 cup hot white distilled vinegar. Let sit for 5 minutes then run hot water down the disposal.

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Monday, February 21, 2011

Equity and Human Rights

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Image: World War II opened opportunities for work in defence industries for women, including Black women like these munitions workers. Once the war was over, however, jobs largely returned to white male veterans (courtesy National Film Board of Canada and Library and Archives Canada/no. e000761869).

Black immigrants from around the world have been attracted to Canada by the promise of freedom-to live, work, worship, study, maintain cultural traditions, and be involved in the daily activities of one's community. However, there were barriers to their participation that they did not create. The colour of their skin immediately indicated that they were enslaved people, or the descendants of enslaved people, and the negative attitudes of ordinary people as well as those in high office have affected how well Black people have been able to achieve the dream of equality and freedom, or equity.
While Canada did not have legal segregation, there were always "understandings" about which neighbourhoods Black people could live in, or where they could worship. Most professional organizations, sports, schools, unions, and trade associations would not admit Black people; stores would not hire them; restaurants, theatres, and skating rinks did not permit African-Canadians; and hotels would not rent rooms to African-Canadians no matter how famous they were. The 1850 law that created separate Catholic schools also facilitated the creation of separate Black schools; the last one closed in the 1960s. Are you free if your ambitions are unattainable because of restrictions placed on you by power holders (eg. landlords, teachers, employers, realtors, government officials) due only to the colour of your skin?

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Harriet Tubman

Harriet Tubman

Image: Harriet Tubman (courtesy Library of Congress/LC-USZ62-7816)
Born an enslaved African in Maryland, Harriet Araminta "Minty" Ross spent her entire childhood working without payment for the benefit of her owners. Preferring the work in the fields, she was able to learn about following geographical directions and about helpful plants from her father and her brothers. These survival skills came in handy when Tubman later realized that the only way she could gain her freedom was to run away. She did follow someone who was making his way to freedom, only to suffer a serious head injury. Despite suffering from seizures and sleep attacks brought on by the injury, Minty later married John Tubman, a free Black man. Her enslavement did not end upon her union to Tubman, so she tried to convince her husband to run north with her, where they could both live in freedom, but he would not go.

When her owner fell ill, Harriet Tubman was in a difficult position; often, to settle debts, owners would sell their slaves and reduce their holdings. Tubman fled north, making her way to Philadelphia, where she learned about the connections of the Underground Railroad. Returning to Maryland, she sought to free her family and friends; so began her rescue missions as a "conductor." Initially, she and her charges were safe in the northern US, but with a change in the laws, she had to go to Canada. Tubman then began and ended her rescues at St. Catharines; she lived there for eight years. Later acting as a nurse and a spy for the Union forces, Tubman spent her last days in Auburn, New York.

The Underground Railroad: Harriet Tubman
Scroll down to pages 49 and 50 for descriptions of properties in the US associated with Harriet Tubman. The Underground Railroad, from Google Books.

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Saturday, February 19, 2011

The Forgotten Stories

Image: Black soldiers have had a long history of defending Canada. The Volunteer Military Company from Victoria, BC, active between 1860 and 1864, served during the American Civil War (photograph by Charles Gentile, courtesy Library and Archives Canada/C-022626).

What are the forgotten stories of African-Canadian history? There are several, and their absence has led to many misconceptions about the role of Black people in the development of Canada.

One fact is that the first African arrival took place over 400 years ago with interpreter Mathieu da Costa. Since that time, Black people have been constantly coming into Canada helping to build it. Another is the idea that Black people have not "paid their dues," have not served in any military defense of Canada, that Black people are not pulling their weight or taking the level of responsibility that they should as good citizens of Canada.

However, the reality is that African-Canadians have volunteered in every case for active duty, and persisted even when they were not wanted. In order to help defend Canada, separate Black units were created, the first one, on the initiative of African-Canadian Richard Pierpoint. Black people have consistently defended the interests of Canada, or the British controlled territory of Canada from the time of the American Revolutionary War through to the Mackenzie Rebellions and the present.

Whether they were born in Canada, or newcomers supporting the direction that Canada was taking, African-Canadians have been ongoing defenders of this nation, allowing us all to experience the freedoms that we have today.

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Monday, February 14, 2011

February is Black History Month

MULTI SERVICES is presenting some of the introductions to Black History Month

The First is Enslavement


Image: A typical slave auction in the New World. Although these slaves appear to be sold together as a family, this typically was not the case. In fact, many families were broken up and never reunited (watercolour by Henry Byam Martin, courtesy Library and Archives Canada/C-115001).

Enslavement was forced on Africans in many places, including the United States, the Caribbean, Europe, Africa, South America, and Canada. From the 1400s to the 1800s, slavery primarily relied on the capture and free labour of Black or African peoples. They were forced to be slaves, could expect to remain slaves for life, and any children they had could expect to be slaves for life.

The African continent is home to many ethnic groups who built civilizations and competed with each other for trade. When Europeans looked for ways to open the New World in the west, the demand for captured Africans workers increased dramatically. Kidnapping trips to the interior removed many Africans from their homes. The demand was high for labourers in places like the islands off Africa's west coast, South American mines, and plantations of the Caribbean and North America. Owning slaves was also a sign of wealth in Europe and the various colonies, even the Middle East and China.

Slave "castles" housed the captured Africans until slave ships arrived to collect them. Africans from diverse societies, with different languages and religions, were shackled together. Purchasers from Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Britain, and France selected the healthiest and strongest men, women, and children who could survive the crossing to the New World. The death rate en route typically was 40%. As many as 20 million Black people were taken from Africa during this time. This African Holocaust devastated societies within Africa and crippled African identity elsewhere.

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Washing Machine Cleaning Tips

Do you have a front load washer and its starting to get a little smelly. Well we found some cleaning tips that will help you fix that problem.

Front Loading Washing Machine
In Europe, almost all home washing machines are front loading, and this type of machine is becoming more and more popular in other places. Because they use a tumbling action, they can get clothes cleaner with less water, a double whammy any household could benefit from.

I have noticed though that a front loader gets dirty over time and can even start to stink rather badly if action is not taken. The top drawers where you place detergent and other additives can accumulate scum and a layer of hardened lint may cloud the transaparent door. Humidity can develop into black mold inside the rubber door seal and create a possible source of bad odors.

All of these problems are easily taken care of, even if you have been putting off cleaning your machine for a while.

Cleaning Washing Machine Front Loader
Step 1. Begin by removing the detergent and additive drawer. You may need to consult the owner's manual to see how to do this correctly - don't force it. This can either be washed in hot water in the sink or placed in the top rack of the dishwasher and washed there. You may need to use a toothbrush to get into the nooks and crannies.
Step 2. Using a warm, damp cleaning cloth, and possibly a little all purpose spray on cleaner, wipe out the cavity into which the drawer fits. You may need to use a toothbrush and warm water to get down into the crevices here.
Step 3. Once again, using a warm damp cloth, thoroughly wipe out the inside of the rubber door seal. I advise against using any harsh cleaning products in this area, as the rubber could be damaged. Wipe all around the door itself as well, both inside and out.
Step 4. Return the drawer to its place and fill the appropriate partition with a cup of bleach. Run the empty washing machine on the hottest cycle. The bleach will flush through the system and eliminate all bad odors. I usually run a load of white towels after doing this, just to be sure that all traces of bleach have been eliminated from the system. However, this is probably not necessary. Learn more about cleaning with bleach.
Step 5. Wipe the top and sides of your washing machine occasionally with a soft, damp cloth. Keeping it dust and debris free, as well as dry, will prolong the finish on these parts.

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Saturday, February 5, 2011

The History of Valentines day

The History of Valentines day

Every year, the fourteenth day of the month of February has millions across the world presenting their loved ones with candy, flowers, chocolates and other lovely gifts. In many countries, restaurants and eateries are seen to be filled with couples who are eager to celebrate their relationship and the joy of their togetherness through delicious cuisines. There hardly seems to be a young man or woman who is not keen to make the most of the day.

The reason behind all of this is a kindly cleric named Valentine who died more than a thousand years ago.

It is not exactly known why the 14th of February is known as Valentine's Day or if the noble Valentine really had any relation to this day. The history of Valentine's Day is impossible to be obtained from any archive and the veil of centuries gone by has made the origin behind this day more difficult to trace. It is only some legends that are our source for the history of Valentine's Day.

The modern St. Valentine's Day celebrations are said to have been derived from both ancient Christian and Roman tradition. As per one legend, the holiday has originated from the ancient Roman festival of Lupercalis/Lupercalia, a fertility celebration that used to observed annually on February 15. But the rise of Christianity in Europe saw many pagan holidays being renamed for and dedicated to the early Christian martyrs. Lupercalia was no exception. In 496 AD, Pope Gelasius turned Lupercalia into a Christian feast day and set its observance a day earlier, on February 14. He proclaimed February 14 to be the feast day in honor of Saint Valentine, a Roman martyr who lived in the 3rd century. It is this St. Valentine whom the modern Valentine's Day honors.

According to the Catholic Encyclopedia, there were at least three early Christian saints by the name of Valentine. While one was a priest in Rome, another was a bishop in Terni. Nothing is known about the third St. Valentine except that he met his end in Africa. Surprisingly, all three of them were said to have been martyred on 14th February.

It is clear that Pope Gelasius intended to honor the first of these three aforementioned men. Most scholars believe that this St. Valentine was a priest who lived around 270 AD in Rome and attracted the disfavor of Roman emperor Claudius II who ruled during this time.

The story of St. Valentine has two different versions - the Protestant and the Catholic one. Both versions agree upon Saint Valentine being a bishop who held secret marriage ceremonies of soldiers in opposition to Claudius II who had prohibited marriage for young men and was executed by the latter. During the lifetime of Valentine, the golden era of Roman empire had almost come to an end. Lack of quality administrators led to frequent civil strife. Education declined, taxation increased and trade witnessed a very bad time. The Roman empire faced crisis from all sides, from the Gauls, Slavs, Huns, Turks and Mongolians from Northern Europe and Asia. The empire had grown too large to be shielded from external aggression and internal chaos with existing forces. Naturally, more and more capable men were required to to be recruited as soldiers and officers to protect the nation from takeover. When Claudius became the emperor, he felt that married men were more emotionally attached to their families, and thus, will not make good soldiers. He believed that marriage made the men weak. So he issued an edict forbidding marriage to assure quality soldiers.

The ban on marriage was a great shock for the Romans. But they dared not voice their protest against the mighty emperor. The kindly bishop Valentine also realized the injustice of the decree. He saw the trauma of young lovers who gave up all hopes of being united in marriage. He planned to counter the monarch's orders in secrecy. Whenever lovers thought of marrying, they went to Valentine who met them afterwards in a secret place, and joined them in the sacrament of matrimony. And thus he secretly performed many marriages for young lovers. But such things cannot remain hidden for long. It was only a matter of time before Claudius came to know of this "friend of lovers," and had him arrested.

While awaiting his sentence in prison, Valentine was approached by his jailor, Asterius. It was said that Valentine had some saintly abilities and one of them granted him the power to heal people. Asterius had a blind daughter and knowing of the miraculous powers of Valentine he requested the latter to restore the sight of his blind daughter. The Catholic legend has it that Valentine did this through the vehicle of his strong faith, a phenomenon refuted by the Protestant version which agrees otherwise with the Catholic one. Whatever the fact, it appears that Valentine in some way did succeed to help Asterius' blind daughter.

When Claudius II met Valentine, he was said to have been impressed by the dignity and conviction of the latter. However, Valentine refused to agree with the emperor regarding the ban on marriage. It is also said that the emperor tried to convert Valentine to the Roman gods but was unsuccesful in his efforts. Valentine refused to recognize Roman Gods and even attempted to convert the emperor, knowing the consequences fully. This angered Claudius II who gave the order of execution of Valentine.

Meanwhile, a deep friendship had been formed between Valentine and Asterius' daughter. It caused great grief to the young girl to hear of his friend's imminent death. It is said that just before his execution, Valentine asked for a pen and paper from his jailor, and signed a farewell message to her "From Your Valentine," a phrase that lived ever after. As per another legend, Valentine fell in love with the daughter of his jailer during his imprisonment. However, this legend is not given much importance by historians. The most plausible story surrounding St. Valentine is one not centered on Eros (passionate love) but on agape (Christian love): he was martyred for refusing to renounce his religion. Valentine is believed to have been executed on February 14, 270 AD.

Thus 14th February became a day for all lovers and Valentine became its Patron Saint. It began to be annually observed by young Romans who offered handwritten greetings of affection, known as Valentines, on this day to the women they admired. With the coming of Christianity, the day came to be known as St. Valentine's Day.

But it was only during the 14th century that St. Valentine's Day became definitively associated with love. UCLA medieval scholar Henry Ansgar Kelly, author of "Chaucer and the Cult of Saint Valentine", credits Chaucer as the one who first linked St. Valentine's Day with romance. In medieval France and England it was believed that birds mated on February 14. Hence, Chaucer used the image of birds as the symbol of lovers in poems dedicated to the day. In Chaucer's "The Parliament of Fowls," the royal engagement, the mating season of birds, and St. Valentine's Day are related:

"For this was on St. Valentine's Day, When every fowl cometh there to choose his mate."

By the Middle Ages, Valentine became as popular as to become one of the most popular saints in England and France. Despite attempts by the Christian church to sanctify the holiday, the association of Valentine’s Day with romance and courtship continued through the Middle Ages. The holiday evolved over the centuries. By the 18th century, gift-giving and exchanging hand-made cards on Valentine's Day had become common in England. Hand-made valentine cards made of lace, ribbons, and featuring cupids and hearts began to be created on this day and handed over to the man or woman one loved. This tradition eventually spread to the American colonies. It was not until the 1840s that Valentine's Day greeting cards began to be commercially produced in the U.S. The first American Valentine's Day greeting cards were created by Esther A. Howlanda Mount Holyoke, a graduate and native of Worcester. Mass. Howland, known as the Mother of the Valentine, made elaborate creations with real lace, ribbons and colorful pictures known as "scrap". It was when Howland began Valentine's cards in a large scale that the tradition really caught on in the United States.

Today, Valentine's Day is one of the major holidays in the U.S. and has become a booming commercial success. According to the Greeting Card Association, 25% of all cards sent each year are "valentine"s. The "valentines", as Valentine's Day cards are better known as, are often designed with hearts to symbolize love. The Valentine's Day card spread with Christianity, and is now celebrated all over the world. One of the earliest valentines was sent in 1415 AD by Charles, Duke of Orleans, to his wife during his imprisonment in the Tower of London. The card is now preserved in the British Museum.

There may be doubts regarding the actual identity of Valentine, but we know that he really existed because archaeologists have recently unearthed a Roman catacomb and an ancient church dedicated to a Saint Valentine.

Saturday, January 22, 2011



1. De-Clutter
We all have too much stuff, things that accumulate over time. Newspapers and magazines that you “have to save for the article..” kids toys, books, knickknacks… And all that clutter makes you both look and feel unorganized.
If you must keep your periodicals, keep them in one place and vow to yourself that in a month’s time you will get rid of it. If you haven’t gone back to it by then, you probably never will. Give your books and toys a home. A dedicated shelf, cabinet or decorative box will work nicely. Remove any items that aren’t pertinent to the room. i.e. kids backpacks in the living room.

2. Re-Access
As for all those knick-knacks and floral arrangements; well time to re-assess. If you’ve had that floral arrangement in that same corner for more then a couple years, perhaps it’s time to get rid of it. Same goes for those little figurines, candles or pictures. Your home will it look cleaner, and you’ll feel better.
Ask yourself these questions: What shape is your furniture in? Are there rips, stains that need repair? Or mix-matched pieces that don’t belong? Is the scale of the furniture appropriate for the room? Do the pictures coordinate? The accessories? Choose at least on big piece from the room and remove it, how does it make you feel? Do you miss it? Are there any other pieces you can live without? Do some things need replacing?

3. Clean
A good deep cleaning goes a long way in making your room feel better. Move the sofa, vacuum behind it, get those dust bunnies in the corners, wash the windows, need I talk about cobwebs?
A fresh coat of paint will do wonders too. When was the last time you painted? Are there knicks and dents in the walls? Spend a weekend, spackle and paint. A new color will make your room feel brand new.

4. Re-Arrange
The quickest way to give a new look to a room is to re-arrange it. Do you have a conversation area? What is the room’s purpose? TV, reading, games…eliminate items that don’t go with its purpose and you will improve its functionality.

5. Re-Accessorize
You don’t have to get new furniture to improve the look of your room, you can simply re-accessorize. A new rug, pillows or pictures can change the whole look of a room. Re-think the lighting. Adding a new shade or painting a lamp base can give it a whole new appeal.
Today’s homes are clean, uncluttered and streamlined, yours can be too

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Five-Step Bathroom Refresher

With the beginning of a new year comes a fresh start, making it a great time to give your bathroom a thorough top to bottom cleaning. Whether you’re moving into a new home and need to give your new bathroom a refresher, or you just need to revive a familiar space, following our step-by-step tips will help you get a deep clean and a fresh start.

Step-By-Step Cleaning
We start and end each day in the bathroom, so it’s important to maintain a space that’s clean and positive. Follow these five steps to clean your bathroom, and if you’re ringing in the year by moving into a new home, skip to step two since your new bathroom won’t require decluttering.

Step 1: Remove Clutter for Easier Cleaning
• Declutter: Remove all items from the bathroom, including hair products, makeup, soap dispensers and anything that might get in the way of cleaning a surface.
• Toss: As you’re removing items from your bathroom, don’t hesitate to toss anything out that isn’t being used. If something hasn’t been used within the past six months, it can likely be thrown away.
• Sort: When removing items from drawers or cabinets, sort each space’s contents into separate containers so they can easily be returned to their original location. Filing boxes, shoe boxes, reusable grocery bags or brown paper bags can all be used to sort.

Step 2: Clean Your Bathtub or Shower Stall
• Walls: Clean the walls of your bathtub or shower with a solution that doesn’t leave behind the overwhelming smell of bleach. Mr. Clean® Bath Cleaner with Febreze® Freshness is great for the task since it cleans 2x more soap scum per swipe compared to the leading bleach all-purpose cleaner while leaving behind a fresh scent, like Febreze Meadows & Rain.
• Tub or Tile Floor: As tubs and tile flooring experience wear over time, discoloration slowly occurs—often so gradually that it’s hard to notice any change. Reach for Mr. Clean® Magic Eraser® Bath Scrubber to clean 3x more soap scum per swipe*.
• Shower Curtain or Glass Doors: Don’t forget to polish off your shower or bathtub by cleaning your shower curtain, liner or glass doors. Mr. Clean Bath Cleaner with Febreze Freshness works great for removing soap scum so you can move on to your next task in no time.

Step 3: Clean Your Toilet
• Wipe Down: Start by putting on a pair of rubber gloves, then spray your toilet, seat included, with Mr. Clean Bath Cleaner with Febreze Freshness. Make sure you also spray around the base and rear of the toilet before you wipe down with paper towels.
• Clean the Bowl: Use a liquid toilet bowl cleaner to line the inner rim of your toilet bowl, allowing the cleaning agents to run down the inside of the bowl. Scrub away grime with a brush, then flush.

Step 4: Clean Your Mirrors, Countertops & Sink
• Mirrors First: Use Mr. Clean® Multi-Surfaces Spray Cleaner with Febreze® Freshness to give mirrors a streak-free shine while leaving behind the fresh scent of Febreze Lavender Vanilla & Comfort.
• Counter & Sink: Clean your bathroom counter and sink with a solution that can effectively power through soap scum. Mr. Clean Bath Cleaner with Febreze Freshness makes a great companion and can be used for both counters and sinks, so you only have to use one solution.

Step 5: Finishing Touches
• Floor: To finish your cleaning job, use Mr. Clean Multi-Surfaces Liquid with Febreze Freshness to clean dirt and eliminate odours on linoleum or tile floors. Cleaning with a scent like Febreze Meadows & Rain, your bathroom will smell as fresh as it looks.
• Re-Stock: Once you’ve allowed all of the bathroom surfaces to dry, return your items to their original locations, or place items in their new location if you’re just moving in. If you’re in need of more space, consider using some of our bathroom storage solutions.
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