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    Americans spend around 90 percent of their time indoors amongst two to five times more air pollutants that are found outdoors. Some of the factors that make indoor air quality poorer than outdoor air are mold, pollen, dust, and cleaning products.


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    As we continue to adjust to the new realities of living through a historic pandemic, one major adjustment for many of us is the use of face masks in day to day life. Although in many parts of the world, seeing someone covering their face in day to day life is typical, this has not been the reality for most of us. The reality is, there is more to wearing and caring for a mask than just putting it on your face.


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    At the ServiceMaster Clean of Naples, we want you to know how to maintain a clean environment during the COVID-19 hysteria. In addition to washing your hands for at least 20 seconds several times a day, especially after touching potentially infected items, it is important to sanitize other  things in your home or your workplace. Here are some of the tips recommended for cleaning various items to avoid an infection.


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    Our phones, homes, and cars get smarter by the day. So, why shouldn’t we have smart cities, too? Likewise, cleaning our public land areas like parks is routine. So, why shouldn’t we be cleaning our waterways? One Atlanta startup tech company is making a big splash when it comes to smartening up our cities and cleaning up their waterways. The goal is to sell government entities aquatic drones to both help them log water quality data in real-time and clean up pollution and waste.


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    When you want to have a home that is beautiful and sanitary, it is essential to perform a variety of cleaning tasks. You might think that maintaining a home's carpeting is a difficult task, but there are several easy tips that you can use to make your life easier. Here is a list of the best ways to keeping your carpets clean.


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    It is frustrating when you have your carpet cleaned or clean it yourself and expect a good smelling house. Unpleasant odors make you think the carpet cleaning was not successful. Many people wonder why their carpet sometimes smells worse after cleaning. One of the main reasons this odor occurs after cleaning is the back of the carpet is wet.


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    Carpet cleaning with “encapsulation” is a low-moisture method that’s a practical alternative to hot water extraction methods.


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    Sleeping in a clean bed is the most relaxing feeling in the world. Crawl into your bed between clean smelling sheets and you will drift off into a serene, relaxing sleep. Even though those clean sheets have you enraptured by their scent, they may be hiding a dirty mattress that would make you cringe. Go ahead, peel off that clean sheet and look at the surface underneath. Consider the drool, sweat, dandruff and other bodily fluids that make it through your sheets and onto your bed.


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    One way to keep the interior of your home smelling fresh and keep the floor looking beautiful is to have the carpet cleaned every once in a while. If you rent a home or apartment, you'll usually need to have a carpet cleaning done if it's a part of the lease agreement or you're going to be moving out. But even for homeowners, having clean carpets can be more beneficial for the interior environment such as preventing the spread of germs, eliminating odors, and having a welcoming sight for both you and any guests you invite over. Now the option that you may be weighing is whether or not you should try and clean your carpet on your own by borrowing or renting equipment, or whether you should hire a professional cleaning company like Servicemaster. Here's a few reasons you may find hiring professionals may be better.


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    So the tiny, multicolored insects in your rugs are Carpet Beetles...now what? Well, you're going to want to address the problem immediately. Carpet Beetles (and their larva especially) have voracious appetites and will feed on anything made with natural fibers. Your rugs, furniture, linens, curtains, and clothing are all at risk. Also, Carpet Beetles breed very quickly, so you're going to want to get ahead of this right now.


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We are ServiceMaster Clean of Naples and we provide a variety of cleaning services including carpet cleaning, rug washing, tile and grout cleaning, upholstery cleaning, and janitorial services. Our journal is here to share some of our experiences.

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