The Importance of Fall Cleaning

Spring cleaning is the most common argot to thorough cleaning we commonly use. It is stressed as the proverbial epitome of cleanliness, but heralds itself as a psychosomatic placebo. The entire process is for catharsis for the individual to get ready for the fun of spring and summer. We clean all the time, and yet for some reason contemplate spring as the primary season for cleaning. To what end? What are specific reasons for this?

Posted on: 24 Oct 2014
Posted by: GreenGuru
Sneak-Clean Your Home in Two Hours or Less

Guests just called to say they’re coming over? In-laws about to show up with no notice? You look around your place and you realize—the enemy is coming. And they must be impressed. What to do? Here are some helpful tips for making your home appear cleaner than it really is—and nobody has to know.

Posted on: 10 Oct 2014
Posted by: GreenGuru
Your Nose Doesn’t Know

So you use air fresheners, sprays, deodorizers, plugins, candles, and all the like. You come home to a neat house and take a deep breath relishing in the smell. Flowers or incense, the smell of freshness and cleanliness. You sigh thinking to yourself, now this is a clean house! Do you know what else you are breathing in along with that delicious smell? Germs- you are deeply inhaling germs and bacteria.

Posted on: 26 Sep 2014
Posted by: GreenGuru
The Future of Oil Spill Disaster Clean- Up

A quarter of a century after the infamous Exxon Valdez spilled up to 750,000 barrels of oil into the Prince William Sound, four years after the Deepwater Horizon incident raised the bar in terms of sheer volume of oil spilled, we simply do not speculate whether a similar incident will occur in the future, but instead wonder “will it at least be easier to clean up next time?”

Posted on: 10 Jul 2014
Posted by: GreenGuru
The World’s Most Expensive Soap

If you are the type to light up a vintage cigar with a burning one hundred dollar bill and then throw it out after one puff, there is a soap just for you. It comes from Qatar, where they claim it is the world’s most expensive and decadent soap.

Posted on: 26 Jun 2014
Posted by: GreenGuru
Go Green Facilities: Washroom Hygiene

For several  years, Go Green Facilities has been working in the industry and tirelessly finding ways to make their cleaning supplies and procedures environmentally friendly. Both private and public facilities have been receiving quality janitorial services from Go Green for decades.

Posted on: 15 May 2014
Posted by: GreenGuru
Benefits of Pressure Washing Exteriors

Pressure washing services work especially well for industrial and commercial exteriors.
Exterior finishing like stucco, staining, and sealing require a pressure washer to ensure it’s clean prior to applying any finishes to it in order not to seal in dirt and undesired objects such as leaves or bugs.

Posted on: 14 May 2014
Posted by: GreenGuru
3 Foods that are Strangely Good at Cleaning

Most people assume that you have to clean things with, you know, cleaning supplies. Those people are what we like to call wrong. More than that, most people assume that food usually makes your appliances dirty. However, strangely enough, sometimes you can clean appliances with food.

Posted on: 23 Apr 2014
Posted by: GreenGuru