Moldew Removal and House Cleaning Service

Updated on March 24, 2009
A.Y. asks from Cupertino, CA
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Does anybody have recommednation on removing moldew in Shower and around sink?
We live in south bay, does anybody have house cleaning recommendation?



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For house cleaning I recommend Diana Jiron owner of Xolotlan Cleaning Services. She uses only "green" products which are safe for your family and the environment. Her contact info is:[email protected] or ###-###-####. I'm sure she has products in her cleaning arsonal that remove mold and mildew.



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Honestly, nothing works better than bleach. Wear old clothes, and us Clorox Clean-up. Home Depot or Lowe's sell an industrial strength version...but it WILL bleach spot your clothes when not if (if you're anything like me) you manage to accidentally get some on you.



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I'm D. Jiron owner of Xolotlan Cleaning Services cleaning Residential and Commercial, move in and move out also we wash carpets and windows. We do deep cleaning and light cleaning using a Detail-Clean Rotation System to keep your house clean all year around. I have customers from Los Gatos, San Jose, Campbell, Saratoga, etc. I have a license and references available. I like to work with green products (non toxic) because it's important to me to take care of your health, kids and pets and at the same time take care the environment too.

Please let me know how we can meet and I explain how
I work, I have a lot of references available for you, and my prices are very affordable.


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I get stuff online called Sporiclean. It's a green cleaner and I don't get migraines from using it like I do with bleach. It even kills stuff like bed bugs. It comes in concentrate, so you would need a spray bottle and distilled water. The one thing I have found though is that it needs to be a little more concentrated in the water than the directions claim for places like your shower by about 1/3 extra. However, it works well. The only other things I can recommend to you is 1) get a squeegee for your shower and 2) dry up any standing water around your sink.

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