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U of IA Homecoming Parade – ACS & Families United Action Network

FUAN-ACS Parade 2018

FUAN-Families United Action Network and ACS-Affordable Cleaning Services are blessed to have partnered with each other for the second year in a row walking in the U of IA Homecoming Parade in Iowa City on October 19th, 2018. The two organizations partnered together last year winning the “Best of Community” award with the theme, “Creating Legends.” Check out last…

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ACS – Serving Our Community

ACS-Chris Swiser

A version of this post was originally published on the Families United Action Network website Affordable Cleaning Services-ACS was blessed to partner with Families United Action Network-FUAN to walk in the Iowa Hawkeyes Homecoming Parade in Iowa City on October 19th, 2017. The ACS team spent weeks sculpting their version of the legendary Herky as “Cleaning Herky”…

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Tips For Gum Removal

It has happened to all of us… we’re just minding our own business and BAM! We find gum. It gets stuck on the bottom of our shoes, on blankets and clothes, on furniture, and in carpets. Luckily for you, ACS here to save the day! We’ve gathered several tips and tricks on how to safely…

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Sanitizing Your Sponges

I have thrown out hundreds of sponges because they have gotten nasty and moldy. They sit around and collect bacteria that deposits onto your dishes. No one wants that. Taking a few simple steps can extend the life of your sponges. Keeping them bacteria free and smelling great. Squeeze Them Out!! Getting as much water…

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Keeping Your Carpet And Upholstery Fresh Between Cleanings

One of the biggest cleaning offenders in the home is dust. You can’t see it, until it settles all over the place. You can spend your days walking your home like a french maid with a feather duster keeping your surfaces clean, but what you don’t see is the dust and dirt that settles into…

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