Top 3 Reasons That Your Pressure Washer Engine Turns Off After Only A Few Seconds

If your pressure washer turns off after it has been running for less than a minute, there are a few different parts on your pressure washer that may be causing the issue. Here is a quick breakdown of the top three things that could be causing your pressure washer to turn off after it has only been on for a few seconds. #1. Carburetor The first thing that you need to check is your carburetor. Read More 

Carpet Cleaning 101: How To Remove Pet Stains

Pets provide excellent companionship and teach children responsibility. Unfortunately, there are times when a pet, especially a puppy that is being trained to do its business outside, has an accident on your carpet. You can remove the stains and the odors associated with those stains by following a few important cleaning tips. Address the Mess Immediately The sooner you soak up your pet's urine, or clean up the soiled area of your carpet, the better your results will be. Read More 

Tips For Helping Your Cleaning Service Get Into Your House

Hiring a residential cleaning service is an awesome way to make sure that your apartment or house is clean without having to take the time away from work, your hobbies, or your children to do it. However, there are some logistics that need to be determined in order for a residential cleaning service to actually be able to do their jobs. The biggest piece of logistics is how the cleaners are going to be able to get into your house. Read More 

Tips For Cleaning Your Commercial Range Hood

As a new restaurant owner, you may find yourself surprised by some of the smaller details of running the kitchen, including some of the maintenance requirements. For example, a commercial stove hood is a prime surface for accumulating cooking debris and grease. They're also easy to overlook when it comes to quick post-shift cleaning. Unfortunately, the grease that can build up in the range hood can reduce ventilation and may put your kitchen at risk of a grease fire if it isn't kept clean. Read More 

Cat Love To Scratch? How To Protect Your Carpet From Damage

Cats love to scratch things like carpeting for many reasons. They have scent glands under their paws and they will scratch an area to leave their scent there. They also scratch to remove the dead outer layer of the skin on their paws, and sometimes they scratch while playing. No matter the reason why your cat is scratching up your carpeting, there are some things you can do to protect it. Read More