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CHANDELIER NEEDING A CLEANING

CHANDELIER NEEDING A CLEANINGWe typically like to display beautifully cleaned items that we have addressed, but this picture shows some of the dust and debris we found on a hotel ballroom chandelier. Read Full Post +

SALTILLO TILE

SALTILLO TILEIn Southern California we cleaned an outdoor deck consisting of Saltillo tile, which originates from the eponymous Mexican village. After a five-step process that included stripping the old surface, the result was a wet, slip-resistant look which enhanced the natural colors of the stone. Read Full Post +

NEW OFFERING – STATIC GUARD

Do you ever encounter so much static that it interferes with electronic key card door openers or other electronics? We have a new offering where we apply a spray to minimize static, shocks and charge build-up on carpets. While suitable for all venue sections, areas with the greatest need include guestroom corridors and executive offices. Read Full Post +

THE KEY TO CHOOSING THE RIGHT VACUUM CLEANER

Vacuum manufacturers like to boast about the strength of their machines by promoting horsepower and amperage. On their own, the engine’s power and the electrical current required frankly are almost irrelevant. We believe what is more important their to focus on suction and airflow. Good machines are geared toward performance on at least one of these metrics, depending on their intended usage. Suction is measured by inches of waterlift, or the height a vacuum motor can lift a column of water Read Full Post +

KITCHEN SEWER WATER

KITCHEN SEWER WATERHere are action photos of a hotel customer’s kitchen we were called in to rescue after a sewer line backed up, resulting in 4 inches of sewer water. After 5 hours of work we had it cleaned and sanitized. Read Full Post +

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