Posts Tagged 'Residential Cleaning in 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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Clean your House to Avoid the Flu

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How often you need to disinfect in your home really depends on the area or surface and how frequently it comes into contact with bacteria. But before you start spraying down your house, relax. Just being consistent about cleaning key items can help you contain viruses and bacteria.

  • Get the hot spots. It’s recommended to use sprays containing ammonia, which is found in Lysol and Clorox disinfecting wipes.  Wipe down light switches, doorknobs, faucet handles, drawer pulls, remotes, phones, keyboards, etc.
  • Pick ...
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Merry Christmas!

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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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Cubicle Walls Need Cleaning Too…

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Fabric-covered panels or cubicles are popular in many commercial buildings. Offices usually have a cleaning schedule for their carpets or hard-floors, but these upholstered walls are often neglected or overlooked. Here are three reasons fabric wall care should be part of your cleaning plan:

  1. Control Dust Mites- Dust mites can live in any kind of fabric from bedding to carpet to the fabric of a cubicle wall. They are often transferred from one location to another on people’s clothing.Continue Reading →
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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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Feeling Sluggish? Just Open the Windows!

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It’s 2:30 in the afternoon and you find yourself struggling to stay awake, but no matter how many cups of coffee you drink, nothing seems to help.  According to Harvard Business Review, you aren’t a lazy worker, your lack of productivity is connected to the quality of air in your home/office.

Air pollution can harm us when it builds up in the air in high enough concentrations.  Millions of Americans live in areas where urban smog, particle pollution, and toxic ...
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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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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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