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The 4 Best Shower Steam Cleaners By Tiana Crump - Bustle

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The 4 Best Shower Steam Cleaners By Tiana Crump - BustleThe 4 Best Shower Steam Cleaners By Tiana Crump - BustlePosted: 07 Jul 2020 01:54 AM PDT Cleaning the bathroom can be a drag, but the best shower steam cleaners, come with a variety of attachments to make it quicker and easier to maneuver through awkward corners and tight spaces. When shopping for a steam cleaner for your shower, look for models with attachments like a specialized nozzle for tricky corners or one for cleaning grout.When it comes to the accessories, for most people, it's essential that your steamer come with nozzles designed to clean tough spots, like the grout between your tiles, as well as brush attachments for scrubbing away stubborn stains on tiles and laminate. You may also want your steam cleaner to have an extension hose and longer cord to allow you to access every corner of your space, especially if you have a large bathroom or one with limited outlets.Next, look to the steamer itself. For those with la…

Disinfection service up with pandemic rise - The Wyoming County Examiner

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Disinfection service up with pandemic rise - The Wyoming County ExaminerDisinfection service up with pandemic rise - The Wyoming County ExaminerPosted: 31 Mar 2020 06:15 PM PDT
A Disaster Blaster crew performs a coronavirus disinfection project. Infectious disease disinfection isn't a new service for Disaster Blaster, but current circumstances have certainly made it more relevant.As the COVID-19 pandemic continues across the world, commercial clients have been reaching out to the local company for help with coronavirus disinfection."It's not something that we were actively looking to market, but people have a need and we would prefer that businesses are equipped and prepared to reopen without potential for further spreading the disease," said Disaster Blaster manager Matthew Lyons.Disaster Blaster, headquartered in Scranton with an office in Tunkhannock, is a full-service indoor environmental company specializing in various areas of restoration, such as asbestos abatem…

Restaurant inspections - Troy Daily News

Restaurant inspections - Troy Daily NewsRestaurant inspections - Troy Daily NewsPosted: 17 Mar 2020 10:38 AM PDTProvided by the Miami County Public Health DepartmentMarch 10• Dollar General, 785 W. Market St., Troy — Corrected During Inspection; Critical: Employees are not informed in a verifiable manner of their responsibility to report information about their health. Employee health policy on file only had 4 of 13 verifiable illnesses. MCPH gave an example document to PIC at time of inspection.Repeat: Outer opening not protected. Observed gaps in between front entrance doors. Also observed insufficient door sweep on side door leading to dumpster area. Please address to prevent entry and re-entry of pests.Improper storage of food items. Packaged food items and single use paper products were observed stored on the ground, not 6 inches up and off the floor.Non-food contact surfaces of equipment are unclean. Buildup of residue on racks inside of reach in coolers observed at time of insp…

Disinfection service up with pandemic rise - The Wyoming County Examiner

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Disinfection service up with pandemic rise - The Wyoming County ExaminerDisinfection service up with pandemic rise - The Wyoming County ExaminerHoopa Tribe strikes at interiors coveted Westlands Water District corporate deal - KRCRTV.COMFlorida's Pinellas County Issues Safer at Home Order - LexologyDisinfection service up with pandemic rise - The Wyoming County ExaminerPosted: 31 Mar 2020 06:15 PM PDT
A Disaster Blaster crew performs a coronavirus disinfection project. Infectious disease disinfection isn't a new service for Disaster Blaster, but current circumstances have certainly made it more relevant.As the COVID-19 pandemic continues across the world, commercial clients have been reaching out to the local company for help with coronavirus disinfection."It's not something that we were actively looking to market, but people have a need and we would prefer that businesses are equipped and prepared to reopen without potential for further spreading the disease,"…

A1 Water & Mold Removal MA, a Top Malden Mold Remediation Company in Malden Announces Expanded Hours - MENAFN.COM

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A1 Water & Mold Removal MA, a Top Malden Mold Remediation Company in Malden Announces Expanded Hours - MENAFN.COMA1 Water & Mold Removal MA, a Top Malden Mold Remediation Company in Malden Announces Expanded Hours - MENAFN.COMPosted: 30 Mar 2020 06:11 PM PDT[unable to retrieve full-text content]A1 Water & Mold Removal MA, a Top Malden Mold Remediation Company in Malden Announces Expanded HoursMENAFN.COM You are subscribed to email updates from "emergency water damage restoration" - Google News.
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News for Tuesday, March 31, 2020 | Ellington - Daily Inter Lake

News for Tuesday, March 31, 2020 | Ellington - Daily Inter LakeNews for Tuesday, March 31, 2020 | Ellington - Daily Inter LakePosted: 31 Mar 2020 05:28 PM PDTMarch 31, 2020 12:03 a.m.How a chance reunion led to Nipsey Hussle's deathLOS ANGELES (AP) — Ermias Asghedom and Eric Holder both grew up in the same Los Angeles neighborhood, were both part of the gang known as the Rollin' 60s, and were both aspiring rappers. Asghedom, who went by the name Nipsey Hussle, would go on to become a hip-hop star, neighborhood legend and local hero. Holder's music never caught on. He went by the name Fly Mac, but everyone in his neighborhood knew him by his nickname, a profane moniker for excrement. On March 31, 2019, after Hussle calmly told Holder he was gaining a reputation as a "snitch," the 29-year-old Holder shot and killed the 33-year-old Hussle, according to police, prosecutors and witnesses. Holder has pleaded not guilty. You are subscribed to email updates from &quot…

Crucial Coronavirus Cleaning Tips: How To Keep Your Home Germ-Free During the Pandemic - SF Gate

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Crucial Coronavirus Cleaning Tips: How To Keep Your Home Germ-Free During the Pandemic - SF GateCrucial Coronavirus Cleaning Tips: How To Keep Your Home Germ-Free During the Pandemic - SF GatePosted: 31 Mar 2020 02:18 PM PDT Photo: Mixetto/Getty Images Photo: Mixetto/Getty Images Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image1of1 Photo: Mixetto/Getty Images Crucial Coronavirus Cleaning Tips: How To Keep Your Home Germ-Free During the PandemicBack to Gallery Probably one of the most disturbing details to recently emerge about COVID-19 is just how long the virus can live on surfaces. Another scary thought? The fact that an estimated 42% of us aren't even cleaning those surfaces properly.This is all particularly unsettling considering that highly trafficked places like grocery stores and gas stations are teeming with germs, and now you run the danger of bringing it all home with you—on your clothing, your bags, your phone, and more.We wanted to find out just how long the virus can survive on various househo…

Royce Hetrick set to retire this year talks about his journey to Hickory Grove and more - The Courier-Express

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Royce Hetrick set to retire this year talks about his journey to Hickory Grove and more - The Courier-ExpressRoyce Hetrick set to retire this year talks about his journey to Hickory Grove and more - The Courier-ExpressPosted: 29 Feb 2020 12:00 AM PST BROOKVILLE — For Royce Hetrick, elementary music teacher at Hickory Grove, the path his life has taken seems like it was meant to be.Graduating from Punxsutawney Area High School, he credits band director James Colonna, who was there for 36 years, with building a "wonderful program. Our bands were always top notch."Hetrick says Colonna taught him a lot during his high school years. Colonna "played very good literature with us – hard, hard music but fun music; (he) really expected us to do a good job. I guess I learned that technique from him as well. I know they say that you learn from your college experience but I probably have more learning from Mr. Colonna in me than anything. That's probably who I feel that I try to …

“Spring an Ideal Time to Clean Building Facades and Survey for Damage - Suburban Journals” plus 2 more

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“Spring an Ideal Time to Clean Building Facades and Survey for Damage - Suburban Journals” plus 2 moreSpring an Ideal Time to Clean Building Facades and Survey for Damage - Suburban JournalsPipe Failure Causes 'Significant Flooding' in Mount Greylock School - iBerkshires.comRoofing Company in Orlando Offers 100% Financing and Zero Down Payment for Roof Replacement, Residential and Commercial Roofing - MENAFN.COMSpring an Ideal Time to Clean Building Facades and Survey for Damage - Suburban JournalsPosted: 04 Mar 2020 12:00 AM PSTSubscribe today: $3/3 months From the tallest of skyscrapers, to the corner office and the downtown warehouse district, the stressors of sunlight, changing weather, water, building movement and settlement can break down and deteriorate building facades creating comfort, safety and maintenance issues that can quickly add to the cost of property ownership. "Now that winter is almost over, spring marks an ideal time for building owners and fa…