How to Clean Biohazards

How to Clean Biohazards

Vomit, blood, urine, and bodily fluids are words we don’t really want to hear and definitely don’t want to clean up.  All of these are examples of biohazards, and unfortunately they happen.  People get sick and have accidents or get hurt.  Bodily fluids...
How to Clean Switch Plates

How to Clean Switch Plates

Switch plates are almost always highly visible on your walls. Whether they are located in your foyer, your kitchen, your living room or your bathroom, they can be seen by anyone who walks through your home. Unfortunately, they are one of those household items that is...
Maid Service in Palo Verde: Not Just for Mansions!

Maid Service in Palo Verde: Not Just for Mansions!

Mansions no longer use this service exclusively. When people hear the phrase “maid service”, they think of mansions with a butler and an on-site groundskeeper. But many people, at the same time, are not aware that times have changed and brought maid...
Move Out Cleaning Tucson—Get Your Deposit Back

Move Out Cleaning Tucson—Get Your Deposit Back

Handling the move out cleaning of your old Tucson apartment is probably the last thing on your mind.  All you want to do is move into your new place!  Who cares about the old place?  Except that you really want that deposit back.  That wad of cash will go a long way...
Take Your Dog to Work Day

Take Your Dog to Work Day

Take Your Dog to Work Day is coming up. On June 24th, people all around the world will pack up Fido, a few dog treats, and a water bowl, and head to work with their best friend in tow.     Origins Take Your Dog to Work Day was first celebrated back in 1999,...
A Hot Summer Ahead for Tucson

A Hot Summer Ahead for Tucson

Summer is barely starting and we’re already in the triple-digit temperatures here in Tucson. From Marana to Midtown, Sam Hughes to Tanque Verde, this summer is already promising to be a hot one. Did you get the spring cleaning done? If not, wouldn’t now be...
Meteor Watch Day: Shooting Stars

Meteor Watch Day: Shooting Stars

Have you heard the phrase “Once upon a shooting star?” Well, June 30 is Meteor Watch Day!  A meteor is another word for a shooting star.  It is a streak of light from a glowing meteoroid falling through Earth’s atmosphere.  They are space particles...
Safety Month Encourages Awareness

Safety Month Encourages Awareness

Safety Month is held nationwide in the U.S. throughout the month of June. In fact, the National Safety Council has several online programs designed to create awareness of some of the dangers we all face—and how to prevent them or react properly to them—in order to...
Chocolate Pudding Day – Messy Fun!

Chocolate Pudding Day – Messy Fun!

National Chocolate Pudding Day is celebrated on June 26!  You didn’t read incorrectly.  We have a day set aside to celebrate chocolate pudding!  Isn’t our country great?  We get a guilt free day to incorporate chocolate pudding into our diet.  You...
How to Celebrate National Pink Day

How to Celebrate National Pink Day

June 23 is National Pink Day.  There is a whole day dedicated to the color pink and everything the color represents!  Historically, this has been a day for the ladies because pink is a girl’s favorite color.  In today’s society, both men and women wear the color...
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