Dealing with Weather

I hope you are doing well and staying warm in your corner of the world. Last week was a cold one in our southwestern Wyoming town, but we are used to the cold. (It is part of life here.) I have a sister who lives in Texas, though, and they were hit by a cold snap and winter storms that are completely uncharacteristic for their area. She has power to her home now, but for a couple of days during the week she had none. It caused them to scramble to deal with no heat and no electric.

Anyway, I hope things are going well for each of you, and I hope you enjoy the tips in this week's newsletter.

—Allen
     

Cleaning Tips for 22 February 2021

Time to clean
Whole House Air Cleaner

It seems like no matter where you turn these days you hear more and more about indoor air pollution. Whether you are working at a business or at the home, everyone is worried about the effect the air that they breathe is having on their health. Many businesses and home owners feel that they may have found the solution to their indoor air pollution problems through the use of a whole house air cleaner. The question though is if they are right for you. The answer is here.

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Cleaning makes your day brighter
Ammonia Stains

How many times have you come across an ammonia stain? Instead of getting frustrated and wasting money on replacing the stained item, why not remove the stain? Here are a few simple methods for dealing with some of the more common ammonia stains that you might come across.

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Clean air is great!
Cleaning Fans

When it comes to cleaning, fans are one of the most overlooked parts of a home. In large part this is because they are either not being used for several months at a time, or when they are being used, no one really thinks that they can get dirty. However cleaning fans is an integral part of keeping your air supply clean, and to help prevent the spread of dirt and dust everywhere.

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Steel
Cleaning Anodized Aluminum

Anodized aluminum can be found just about everywhere in the home, on everything from cookware to MP3 players. Considering how often it is used in our lives, it may be a useful idea to know the best way to clean this resilient and useful material. Here are the best methods available to clean anodized aluminum; in all the myriad of forms it is used.

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