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Green Clean Grease from Surfaces

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Here are a few and simple how-to’s for cleaning up a greasy mess with basic items you already have in your kitchen.  All you need is vinegar, baking soda or vegetable oil, a dish cloth, sponge and spray bottle.

Vinegar, pour undiluted vinegar into an empty spray bottle and apply to the greased surface.  Let it sit for 5-10 minutes, wipe the area clean with a dishcloth or non abrasive scrubber.

Baking Soda, sprinkle the baking soda on a damp sponge or ...

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Happy Labor Day

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What Labor Day Means:

Labor Day is celebrated every year on the first Monday of September.  It honors the American labor movement and the contributions that workers have made to the strength, prosperity, laws, and well-being of the country.

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Oconto Airport Fly-In

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The 9th Annual Oconto Fly-in will be held at 2983 Airport Road in Oconto on Saturday, September 16th from 9 am to 5pm.

There will be a car, truck, tractor show, an army encampment, vendors, crafts, artisans, a wide variety of food, beverages and desserts will also be available.

Airplane and helicopter rides will be available for a fee.

Pricing:
Ages 12 and under are FREE!
Parking is FREE!

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Back to School Survey

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In a recent back to school survey, these facts were discovered:

  • 9% of moms believe that their kids wash their hands just enough throughout the school day.Wet-ones-singles-review
  • The average mom estimated her kids touch roughly 100 items between leaving the house and eating lunch at school.
  • 71% of moms say they are concerned about the cleanliness of ...
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Back to School Organization

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It’s almost time to go back to school, which means you want to get your household organized for the school year.  Here are some simple tips and tricks to making it a stress free year.

  1. Create a homework station by using a utility caddy to hold all homework supplies.  Inside the caddy, you can use mason jars (or any size jar) to hold pencils, markers, tape, scissors, paper clips, anything that the child might need.
  2. Hang ...
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Germ Joke!

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Fall will be making it’s way soon and with that comes the cold and flu.  To avoid both, remember to wash your hands, cover your cough, and use alcohol-based hand sanitizer from spreading those germs around!

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Upholstery Cleaning

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Even when stains aren’t visible, upholstery carries bacteria that can affect your health, if not removed.  These bacteria can cause sickness; so the sooner you invest in upholstery cleaning, the better off you will be.  Most upholstery cleaning experts recommend that you get all upholstery cleaned once a year.

Upholstery cleaning is proven to improve the air quality in your home.  Mold, dust, mildew and other allergens can live in your upholstery, going unnoticed to the human eye.

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Busy Schedule?

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Contact us today to schedule a one-time cleaning or scheduled cleaning to help take away some of your stress!

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Protect your Investments

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As the summer fun is coming to an end, those of us with “toys” are starting to think about putting our boats and campers away for the season.  These “toys” are a huge financial investment and you do not want to put them away while they are dirty or have a lingering smell.  Ascher’s Janitorial Services offers a HOST Carpet Cleaning for boats and campers. Host is a dry extraction carpet cleaning system which does not promote a build ...

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Use Cooking Spray Outside of the Kitchen

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Did you know that you can use cooking spray outside of the kitchen?  Here are a few areas where cooking spray can come in handy!

  • Do a little spritz of nonstick cooking spray on your windshield to help you wipe away insect debris.
  • Squeaky door?  Spray the hinge with nonstick cooking spray.  Have a paper towel ready to wipe off any drips.
  • Use cooking spray to help remove paint and grease that is caked on your hands.  Work it in, rinse, wash with ...
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