Month: March 2020

Help healthcare workers

As New York is sheltering in place either in their Manhattan homes or country homes out of the city, healthcare workers are out there, working long hours and only coming home to crash in bed before heading out again after a few hours of rest. Nurse’s life is more exhausting now than ever. I hope…

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How to keep pet hair out of your laundry and remove it from your washing machine

Article in Martha Stewart Living by Caroline Biggs Let’s face it: No matter how much we brush, groom, and love our furry family members, they have a tendency to shed all over our stuff. To make matters worse, pet hair naturally clings to clothing—making it difficult to remove. “Pet hair often embeds or entangles itself with the…

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The new reality

Not a lot of people can say that they saw this coming. We did not. We were not prepared to shut down, sit home with no pay or work. We do not know how to sit tight and wait for things to get better. Luckily, we’re still allowed to keep cleaning, as long as there…

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Coronavirus: now is the time to clean your home as often as you possibly can

It’s clear that Coronavirus is spreading quickly and drastic measures have to be taken. This is the time to deep clean your home weekly, disinfect daily. By now we know that the virus spreads through close contact person-to person and also through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes. If you take…

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Wizards vs Coronavirus

What are we doing to keep NYC and our clients safe? Wizards have voted and decided to take a few simple steps to make sure that we don’t bring Coronavirus or Flu to your home when we arrive to clean. In addition to the usual things like not wearing street-shoes or street-clothes in your home,…

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