Carpet stains may seem hard to remove, but the job can be pretty easy if proper methods and tools are used. For starters, one doesn’t have to resort to shampooing right away if the carpet stain can be removed through some simple pre-wash steps.
The Christmas season is over. Time to go back to “reality” and back to work. And if you think that the holiday chores are over, think again. You still got piles of holiday waste to deal with, one of which is the Christmas tree.
Ah yes, the Christmas tree. You get a new one each year and decorate it the best way you can with beautiful twinkling ornaments. Though it brings joyous memories of how pretty your tree has been, it’s time to save those ornaments for the next December, which leaves you with the bare tree. So what do you do with it?
You’ve probably heard of ionized tap water being used in replacement of commercial cleaning products with harmful chemicals. Businesses, like processing plants, hotels, and restaurants, have been using ionized tap water to clean and disinfect. Products, like the GEP Ionator EXP, have become powerful defense tools against the spread of diseases like H1N1 and other potentially harmful bacteria and virus. So you know ionized tap water is great. But what’s the science behind it? How does ionizing tap water actually work?