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Blog for the month March, 2016

March 28, 2016
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The Importance of Bacteria Removal for Your Pet's Bed

Are you wondering why you need to take extra care of your pet's bed? If you are like most pet owners, your furry friend is a valued member of the family, with a bed, a blanket, some outfits, and a couple of toys. You take your pet outside to enjoy...

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March 18, 2016
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Germ Removal In Healthcare Facilities: Is Ozone Sanitizing Necessary?

Healthcare (hospitals, nursing, or long-term care) facilities usually have very strict and delicate infection control protocols that take place every single day. These protocols are designed to decrease the risk and spread of bacteria and viruses,...

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March 09, 2016
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Allergy triggers are hidden everywhere -- is one of these making you sneeze? You may need Germinator Mobile Sanitizing.

Is your indoor environment making you sick? Today, according to the EPA, over half of all homes and buildings in the US are considered "sick". So, there is a real chance that indoor pollution is compromising your health.

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March 01, 2016
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Ozone Sanitizing: The Treatment Your Sports Gear Deserve and Needs

Have you ever wondered why your beloved hockey or football gear stinks so much? There's actually a very simple reason for that: it's completely filled with mold and bacteria.

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