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History of Commercial Cleaning Companies: How Did It All Start?

“Housework is something you do that nobody notices until you don’t do it.” – Anonymous. Although commercial cleaning is somewhat different than housework, there are several parallels as well. For instance, you realize its need only when no one does it, and the later you realize, the harder it is to do. Industrious as you may be, there are certain things best left to professionals. This is especially true for commercial buildings and industrial structures where specialized knowledge and skills are all the more important. To put things into perspective, if you had a tooth that required to be extracted, wouldn’t you rather go to the dentist than tying a string around it and yanking it out yourself? When there are professionals who can do the task, faster and at c...[Read More]

History of the Bread Maker

The history of bread making goes back as far as 30,000 years ago. But it was not until 20,000 years thereafter that it became a staple food. It won’t be a surprise that the history of the modern automatic bread machines does not go as far. In the ancient days, kneading of the dough was obviously done by hand and for backing charcoal or wood heated ovens were used. This continued for thousands of years. It was not until 1849 when the first automatic bread machine was invented. It all started when black American inventor Joseph Lee invented the bread crumbler. During those days, bread could only be kept for 1 day. At the end of the day, all leftovers had to be thrown away. Lee found this a waste of food and with the culinary background he had, he knew that its crumbs could very useful ...[Read More]

History of Commercial Cleaning Companies: How Did It All Start?

“Housework is something you do that nobody notices until you don’t do it.” – Anonymous. Although commercial cleaning is somewhat different than housework, there are several parallels as well. For instance, you realize its need only when no one does it, and the later you realize, the harder it is to do. Industrious as you may be, there are certain things best left to professionals. This is especially true for commercial buildings and industrial structures where specialized knowledge and skills are all the more important. To put things into perspective, if you had a tooth that required to be extracted, wouldn’t you rather go to the dentist than tying a string around it and yanking it out yourself? When there are professionals who can do the task, faster and at c...[Read More]