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Voting Is Your Most Important Civic Obligation

It’s Voting Season Autumn is the time of year when the leaves fall, plants go dormant and election signs sprout up in their place. But Autumn is not the only time for elections.  On June 13th, 2017 you will vote in the gubernatorial primary.  I know it seems like we just got through a big election, but there are two states…

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Wash Your Car the Smart Way

Wash Your Car Once a Week Other than your home, your most expensive asset is probably your vehicle.  So it is important to take good care of your car.  Experts say that you should wash your car once a week.  When you wash your car, start with the inside.  First get a trash bag and remove all the trash from…

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We Need Your Phone Number In Case of Emergency

A Recent Emergency A couple of weeks ago, a regular client called to change from her regular cleaning day to a different day for that week.  She has been a client for almost 30 years. We have cleaned through the birth of her daughter, the daughter’s high school graduation and her entry into college.  We grew up with her daughter…

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May is a Great Time to Party in Virginia Beach

Virginia Beach is Hosting Lots of May Events May in Virginia Beach is awesome!  The weather fluctuates between Spring and Summer.  Temperatures vary from the 60s to the high 80s with little to no humidity.  There is one other thing largely missing from Virginia Beach in May: tourists.  Sure, some people from outside the area venture to the coast in…

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It’s Time to Tackle Your Crowded Garage

When is the Last Time You Parked in the Garage? Can you remember back to the day you moved in to your new home?  One of the selling points was that it had a garage.  A garage!!!  From now on you could park your car indoors to keep the finish pristine.  You could protect your car from pollen and especially…

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How to Care for a Wooden Cutting Board

Routine Cutting Board Care Wooden cutting boards are a staple in most kitchens.  They are beautiful and are easy on your good knife blades.  But wood is porous and you use your cutting board to chop garlic,  poultry, fish and all kinds of smelly things.  Each time you use your cutting board, clean it with dish soap and hot water.  Run the…

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