Posts Tagged 'Deep Cleaning Northeast WI'

Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary- Frosty Family Fun Night

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If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, check out the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary on Saturday, February 3rd from 5:00-8:00pm.  It’s $5 for a family or carload.  There will be lighted paths, horse wagon rides ($2 per person, free for kids 5 and under), wolf howling, music, hot dogs ($2 each, bag of chips $1), hot chocolate, a bonfire, s’mores, crafts, games, and much more!

All proceeds will go towards the Friends of the Wildlife ...

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Merry Christmas!

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How Often Do You Really Need to Wash your Stuff?

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If you find yourself doing loads and loads of laundry, this advice should help you. Maybe, just maybe, you’re washing some things more than you need to:

  • Pajama’s can be washed after wearing them three or four times
  • Jeans can be worn three times, if not more, before washing them
  • Towels should be washed after 4 or 5 uses, but be sure to let them dry between showers
  • Sheets can be washed every two weeks, unless you’re a sweaty sleeper, wash every week
  • Exercise clothes- ...
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Honor Those on Veterans Day

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Veterans Day

November 11th is a special day to honor the men and women who serve our country so that we can enjoy freedom every day.

Ascher’s Janitorial Services would like to say a big THANK YOU to all the Veteran’s out there!

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Common Area of Germs

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Did you know that 1 in 5 Americans come down with the flu?  Germs can be found anywhere but a common area for them is in the restroom.  Here are some tips to help prevent the flu from reaching you:Commercial Restroom

  1. Schedule a deep clean around the beginning and end of the cold and flu season.  Your facility should have the restroom walls, floors ...
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Get Your Flu Shot!

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Did you know the CDC recommends getting the flu vaccine once a year, preferably by the end of October to better protect yourself before the flu activity begins.  Anyone that is 6 months and older should get this done.Flu Shot

Prevent the spread of germs by:

  • Avoiding close contact with those who are sick
  • If you are ...
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Give Your Home the Deep Clean it Needs

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Give Your Home the Deep Clean it Needs

Whether you need us to come before a special event, spruce up your home before the holidays, or even clean before or after moving out, we can help you!

Ascher’s Janitorial Services offers a one time cleaning to meet all your needs.  From the kitchen to the bathrooms, bedrooms, living/dining room areas, basements, whatever you need it to be, we will be there to make sure every inch of your home is sparkling.

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Power Washing Facts

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Still on the fence about why you should pressure wash your home or business? Here are some power washing facts to know:Siding- Power Wash

  • Pressure washing is the best way to guarantee that the exterior paint on your building will last longer, as well as extend the life of paint by 3 years by having it done annually.
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Don’t Forget to Clean your Humidifier!

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Humidifiers are great to use during the winter months to prevent dry skin, nose, throat, and lips from happening.  It can also help ease some of the symptoms caused by the flu or common cold.  But, overusing humidifiers can actually worsen respiratory problems if you’re not keeping up with the maintenance of it.humidifier cleaning

How often should you clean your humidifier?  It all ...

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Where is the Germiest Area?

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In 2011, the NSF International had 22 families swab 30 every day household items from the kitchen to cell phones to pets to measure the contamination levels of yeast, mold, and Coliform bacteria.  It came back that there are many misconceptions about where the highest level of germs are found.  The study showed three of the top five germiest spots in the home were actually in the kitchen. The top ten hot spots are listed below.

  1. Kitchen Sponge/Dish Rag
  2. Kitchen Sink
  3. Toothbrush ...
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