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25 Sep 2020

Cleaning Up After Your Pet

by Pat Cummings & Mac Warehouse Manager and Certified Clinically Clean® Specialist Pat is our logical Logistics and Warehouse Manager. She also holds a BA in Organic Chemistry with a minor in Physics and is a Certified Clinically Clean Specialist. Pat has such a heart for animals and helped start Paws2Help Animal Ministry which provides therapy animals to people in need. Pictured here with her boy, Mac (‘Ch. Old Drum’s Unchained CGC),Pat also has a rescue Doberman Pinscher named Lexie, a […]

17 Sep 2020

Three Strikes And You’re Out!

by Gus Scannapieco, Certified Clinically Clean® Specialist   While researching information for our Disinfection Tips, I kept running across industry leaders touting the benefits of Hydrogen Peroxide for disinfection…from veterinarians and other healthcare professionals to carpet cleaners. Hydrogen Peroxide As A Disinfectant While Hydrogen Peroxide has a low toxicity rating, it is acidic and highly corrosive. If you’re using the 3% hydrogen peroxide solution from the drugstore as a mouthwash, you’d best rinse well with water after using. And never drink […]

09 Sep 2020

How To Clean To Prevent Allergies

by Dana Ryan, Certified Clinically Clean® Specialist   We are right in the middle of the two most severe weeks for ragweed pollen. If you’re allergic, you probably already know that. Ragweed blooms almost everywhere in the U.S. but especially from the East Coast to the Midwest with the highest level of blooming in early to mid-September. Ragweed isn’t the only fall allergen, but it is the most common. It blooms and releases pollen from August to November.   Cleaning Tips […]

27 Aug 2020

Cleaning After Flooding

by Autumn Ryan, Founder and CEO As I’m writing this, Hurricane Laura has become a Category 4 and is just a few miles from the Louisianna/Texas shore. There will be floods. So I looked to an OSHA Hurricane Facts website to find out what they recommend: “During a flooding event, there is an increased danger of contracting bacterial, viral and protozoal diseases. Floodwaters can be contaminated with sewage and decaying animal and human remains. Therefore, disinfection of contaminated hands, clothing, tools/equipment, […]