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Definitions of cleaning: The act of making something clean; "he gave his shoes a good cleaning"  Cleanliness is the absence of dirt, including dust, stains and bad smells. In more recent times, since the germ theory of disease, it has also come to mean an absence of germs and other hazardous materials. It can apply to humans, animals, clothing, eating utensils, plates, pans, cups, etc., food, other movable objects, floors, windows, walls, toilets, etc. Any procedure that removes corrosion, unattractive toning, etc. such as dipping or rubbing with abrasive materials. The organizer takes care of the general cleaning of the exhibition area..
A vacuum cleaner is a device that uses an air pump to create a vacuum to suck up dust and dirt, usually from carpeted floors. Most homes with carpeted floors possess a domestic model for cleaning. The dirt is collected by a filtering system or a cyclone for later disposal. Launches Cleaning Tip Site at

LifeTips announces the launch of the Cleaning Tip Site in the LifeTips network of millions of information seekers at

Piscataway, NJ (PRWEB) January 28, 2006 -- LifeTips announces the launch of the Cleaning Tip Site in the LifeTips network of millions of information seekers at will now become the exclusive cleaning client in the LifeTips network.

“In this day and age, it’s hard to keep any home clean and germ free,” explained Byron White, President of LifeTips. “This Cleaning Tip Site will be the perfect place for consumers to educate themselves on what products to use and what services to request for efficient cleaning purposes.”

Sample Cleaning Tip:
* Cutting Down on Dust
Anyone who spends hours dusting furniture and other areas of the home would love to find a way to cut down on the amount of dust in the house. The best way to minimize dust is to have your duct work cleaned, and use air filters on your vents. Carpeting also attracts dust, so you may want to reconsider having wall to wall in every room. Be sure to frequently wash bedding as well. It is important to use a good vacuum cleaner, such as a shop vac, rather than one that sweep, which often just redistributes the dust. Also, when dusting in your home, do not use a feather duster. This just causes the dust to settle else where. Instead, use a cloth sprayed with dusting spray or a dryer sheet.

About's desire to offer the optimal balance of today's cleaning demands with the need to protect our environment is what drives Bio-OX International. The entire Bio-OX family of products is created with two requirements. First, the product must perform and successfully accomplish the cleaning goal each and every time. Second, the product must not add to the seemingly unstoppable problems with our environment - both indoor and outdoor air and water quality.

LifeTips offers content solutions and link strategy that help clients earn trust and build relationships with new customers, drive more traffic to their web sites, and improve conversions and increase sales. Over 500+ writers create content for the company's 200+ Tip Sites and for clients' web sites and informational marketing campaigns. The company was founded by Byron White in 2000 and has success well documented in many major publications.

With proper attribution and a link to the appropriate source, media representatives are free to use tips from any of the Tip Sites at LifeTips, including the Cleaning Tips® (

Window Cleaner Invents New Safety Can to Save Lives

Ian Whieldon, a Window Cleaner from Leek in Staffordshire, UK, has invented and patented a device for drinks cans which could prevent thousands of deaths each year.

(PRWEB) February 5, 2006 -- Ian Whieldon, a Window Cleaner from Leek in Staffordshire,UK, has invented and patented a device for drinks cans which could prevent thousands of deaths each year.

It is a remarkably simple device, "The Filter Can" involves a fine aluminium mesh that swivels over the mouth-piece of the can once it has been opened, therefore preventing the drinks from being contaminated or spiked and also to stop insects crawling into cans.

Mr Whieldon, 41, was inspired after watching the tragic story of a four year old toddler who had died after swallowing a wasp that had found its way into the drinks can. In the US alone, more people die from the poison of these insects than that of snakes or spiders.

He has also created a "clubbing can" which is based on the same design to prevent date-rapists lacing drinks. Club and date rape drugs are responsible for numerous deaths every year. The drugs are tasteless, colourless and odourless and are therefore undetected by the victim. Victims find themselves dizzy, sick and in some cases, unconscious.

There is also the hyginic side of any other unwanted visitors, such as cigarette butts not being able to find their way inside the can.

Mr Whieldon is now seeking drink can manufacturers to take the design into full production. It is hoped that consumers as well as retailers from small sweet shops to supermarket chains will now rally the major players in the drinks can industry to switch their cans to the "Filter Can" this being the case, the Window Cleaner from Leek will not have to wait too long before he squeezes our his chamois leather for the last time.



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