Best Floor Cleaners

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2 January 2013 | 1:57 pm Providing pressure levels to 115 psi and steam temperatures to 364F, EPA-compliant KleenJet Supreme 3000CVP is equipped with Advanced Thermal Ionic Sanitization technology,making it certified to kill up to 99.999% of deadly pathogens. Totally Sealed Water Capture™ works with vacuum to draw substances from most hard and soft surfaces directly into extractor chamber for disposal within …

Daimer Unveils Carpet Cleaners For Aircraft Maintenance Professionals Seeking Robust Steam Cleaner Machines

2 January 2013 | 9:12 am Cleaning staffs responsible for maintaining carpeting within planes require the very best steam cleaners offering dramatic cleaning power and fast drying times. New carpet cleaner equipment features higher temperatures, lower water flow, excellent vacuum suction, specialized wands, and long hoses.Woburn, MA (PRWEB) January 02, 2013 Daimer Industries, Inc. …

Top Ten Vacuum Cleaners of 2012 According to

31 December 2012 | 7:08 pm As the years end approaches, online vacuum cleaner company looks back on what proved to be 2012s best available vacuum cleaners.(PRWEB) December 31, 2012 Every year marks a new window of time during which households across the world replace a broken vacuum, upgrade to a better vacuum, add a vacuum to their cleaning arsenal, or try out a new style of vacuum cleaner. …

Best Way to Clean Hardwood Floors | Home and Houses

1 January 2013 | 4:46 am Hardwood flooring which is maintained properly can last for long time. When you are cleaning the hardwood floor, you need to ensure you do it in the right way. Here is the best way to clean hardwood floors. Best Way to

Best Floor Cleaners for Wood Floors – Millennial Living

30 December 2012 | 1:52 pm Review of the Best Wood Floor Cleaners– Rubbermaid Reveal Spray Mop Kit, Better Life Simply Floored ! Green Floor Cleaner, Holloway House Quick Shine No-Bucket Floor Cleaner, Bona Hardwood Floor Cleaner and

Choose The Best Vacuum for Hardwood Floors – Home and Houses

29 December 2012 | 9:33 am One of the maintenance steps which you need to do is vacuuming your hardwood flooring. When you are looking for the best vacuum cleaner machine for your hardwood floor, most standard vacuum cleaners are not really

Best Black Diamond Wood and Laminate Safe Disinfectant Floor Cleaner with PS3, 3

23 December 2012 | 6:39 pm $21.49
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19 December 2012 | 3:16 pm $135.99
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18 December 2012 | 3:51 pm $149.95
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Dyson Multi-Floor Upright Bagless Vacuum Cleaner….THE BEST ON MARKET!!!

29 November 2012 | 11:39 pm $459.00
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21 November 2012 | 12:28 am $299.99
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  • James says:

    What Drugs Will Quickly Kill A Dog? My girlfriend has a dog that is deathly ill that she refuses to have put down. Even the vet says there is nothing left that they can do for this poor thing. I want to put the thing out of it’s misery and make it appear like a natural death. Is there anything I can feed him that would put him out quickly and not have him suffering?

    • Curator says:

      Algae — Found in water, damp porches, basements. Toxic to dogs.
      Anti-cancer drugs
      Aspirin, other Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory products (ibuprofen, etc)
      Anti-freeze, Coolant. Very common dog poisoning product as this tends to leak onto driveway and garage floors.
      Antidepressants (Unless prescribed by a vet)
      Balls, small, for large dogs — Choking problems.
      Batteries — they corrode with harmful chemicals.
      Brake fluid– Deadly, like poison
      Bread twist ties — choking hazard.
      Buttons, Coins, Cotton Swabs, Hair Pins, Jewelry, Nylons, Paper Clips, Small Erasers, Thumb Tacks, Rubber Bands, string, Yarn, Dental Floss. — all choking hazards.
      Cocoa Bean fertilizer
      Cold and flu medications
      Compost (especially if moldy)
      Home insect products, all types.
      Rat and mouse bait—I had a dog die a long, slow, painful death from licking rat poison.
      Deck lattice—Large openings can allow dog to fall off deck.
      Deicing salts
      Diet pills
      Drain cleaners (like Drano, etc)
      Fabric softeners
      Fences, Gates — If not secure, dogs can run out and get hit by cars or poisoned.
      Fire Pits, Grilles—the ashes are toxic to dogs causing illness.
      Flea and tick products
      Fly bait
      Gasoline, Oil
      Lead in any form
      Lighter fluid
      Lime/Scale remover
      Oven cleaner spray
      Plastic wrap — suffocation.
      Sharp objects, Glass — anything that can cut.
      Slug/Snail bait
      Solvents (like paint thinner, etc)
      Tobacco products
      Windshield fluid–Deadly, like poison Cause death.

  • How To Use A Dying HDD??? Stupid question, I have an old PC, just for quick sometimes…

    But how would you maximize the performance of a dying HDD???
    (Nothing on the Hard drive)

    Would boosting virtual memory up to 75%?

    Or not using the drive at all, run the CPU minimal HDD usage… ????

    • Curator says:

      Better to use a 3.5inch external hard drive as it uses an external power supply whereas the 2.5 inch uses the USB for power and data transfer.

      An external hdd doesn’t really die, it just becomes overworked and the needle moving about becomes dislodged from its mounting but just for watching movies, I doubt that the hdd would do that. If it ever drops to the floor or gets knocked about, it could cause the internal workings to dislodge but just normal use, there shouldn’t be the problem you are having with it.

      Perhaps the external drive hasn’t “died” but has become corrupted or fragmented? You should do a scan and defrag once a month especially if you are deleting and copying files often. Better to have smaller volume drives and keep a library of your movies so you don’t have to delete anything.

      Also, don’t keep the drive near a heater or in a dusty area. Keep away from high humidity areas and especially away from pets and small children and vacuum cleaners (if it is left on the floor).

      You should consider getting a high volume internal drive added to your PC rather than relying on the usb port to drive the data. Sometimes a usb port can exert a high dose of power and may destroy data on the external device.

      Don’t watch your movies after playing games for more than 4 hours, best if the PC has had a rest for a while beforehand. Don’t leave the external drive plugged into the usb port after you have powered off and don’t leave it plugged in if you just use sleep or hibernation mode.

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