White glove house cleaning. Microfiber cleaning instructions.
White Glove House Cleaning
- Housekeeping or housecleaning is the systematic process of making a home neat and clean in approximately that order. This may be applied more broadly than just to an individual home, or as a metaphor for a similar "clean up" process applied elsewhere such as a procedural reform.
- A subset of final mile that includes services such as light installation (e.g., assembly and setup of furniture or appliances), delivery to room of choice, debris removal or recycling of an appliance or electronic device, etc.
- When available, includes all of the above as well as product being removed from packaging and hauling away of trash and all packing materials.
- Students must do an extra thorough deep-clean of their living space prior to moving into Phase, i.e. clean the baseboards, clean behind the refrigerator, etc.
white glove house cleaning - Wallmonkeys Peel
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I want a macro lens so stinking badly. This handholding lenses is for the birds. It's freaking EIGHT degrees outside, with a breeze. And I had to take my gloves off to take this shot. UGH. My fingernails are still a little purple. But worth it! I loved this snowflake. So simple and clean. No frills. Linda tagged me, so I'm answering some questions. Fun! Thanks Linda! :) 1. if you could meet one person, dead or alive, who would it be and why? Oh, how to choose? So many people, for so many reasons. But if I HAVE to choose just one, I'd have to go with Jesus. Do I really need to explain why? Because He's Jesus! 2. what did you wanna be when you grew up? Uh... I wanted to be an artist, a scientist, a writer, a teacher, an architect, and a zookeeper. I am none of those things. :-P 3. what's your biggest asset? Empathy. 4. what's your favorite late nite snack? Chips and dip! I'm trying to shed some pounds, so I don't eat late at night anymore. But I could really go for some chips and dip right about now. Ack! 5. if money were no object, what would you like to do? I would like to buy a house. And a bigger car. And buy a dedicated macro lens. And take the kids to the beach, now that they're old enough to appreciate it. 6. name one talent you wish you had. Singing. Man, I can't sing. I try really hard though, and in the car by myself, I'm a ROCK STAR! 7. if you knew then, what you know now......... I would have realized that I was hot stuff when I was younger. I wouldn't have let people get me down so much. I wouldn't have spend so much time cultivating the habit of anxiety. I would have spent more time cultivating the habit of exercising. 8. would you rather take a dip in a lake or the ocean? Ocean. I've never been in a clean lake and now they all skeeve me out. I know the ocean is dirty too, but lakes are a special kind of gross. Plus, sea water clears my sinuses. 9. what are your 2 favorite movies? "Clue" is absolutely hilarious. It's completely stupid and poorly-acted and I LOVE it! Um... I guess if I can only choose one more... I'll go with "Inception." Yes, it's new and trendy, but that's not why I like it. I love it purely for the last scene. **SLIGHT SPOILER ALERT** He's so desperate to see his children, and he spins the top to see if he's really seeing them or if it's a dream -- and he walks away without seeing whether it falls or not. He doesn't care anymore, he just wants to be with them, even if it's all in his mind. I'm tearing up just thinking about it. Oh, it killed me. Still does. I understand that kind of love. I think I would do the same thing. 10. list 3 things you'd like to achieve in 2011. *Lose 20 pounds. (I hate those kind of goals, but I really need to. I'm not healthy.) *Go on more dates with my husband. We have babysitters now, and the kids are old enough that I'm ok with leaving them sometimes. Time to reconnect. *Read a new book every week. Which is certainly doable at the rate I'm going with my Nook. :) I'm not tagging anybody because I don't know who's already done this, but if you haven't and you want to, please share! Sorry to post and run. I'll probably be back later to catch up with everyone.
white spotted boxfish ( male)
the female is black with white spots and no blue or yellow seen inside the lagoon Pre photo routine: Eat a good breakfast a few hours before Charge camera battery Check all the camera settings are as required ( cos won't be able to see to do it once underwater) Remove o-ring from underwater housing- check for sand and dust on the ring and around the door and then apply a small amount of silicon grease to the o-ring before refitting it Insert camera in housing and close carefully ( make sure no hair trapped in the door) Clean mask with washing up liquid and then toothpaste, rinse well Put on long sleeved rash vest on top of swimming togs ( no suncream cos that will damage the underwater housing) Ready to go - okay, pick up: - mask and snorkle ( check) - fins ( check) - cheap leather gardening glove - for holding onto rocks to try to get steadier shots( check) - camera in housing ( check) and we're off In the sea, spit on the inside of the mask and spread over the glass viewing part, rinse the spit off slightly ( this is to try to prevent the mask fogging up) Put on mask, fins and glove - and slowly -slowly - slowly ease down into the water ( not essential but helps when it''s cold) Submerge the camera housing gently and check for leaks Turn on camera And swim slowly with arms extended in front holding the camera - After swimming routine 1 hour or so later - leave the water shivering, rinse all equipment in cold water and immerse the housing for an hour in water to wash off any salt Do something to warm up ( eg eat or hot shower) Dry the housing carefully before opening ( microfibre clothes help - when washing them don't use fabric conditioner) Check carefully for sand, and then remove the O-ring, regrease and put back in place. Hang the opened housing up to dry further Check replay button - and just hope that photos are okay Recharge battery ready for next time