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ACI Gets Social

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The American Cleaning Institute® is embracing social media to bring you the latest information about cleaning products, tips, issues and ideas.

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Facebook: Friend us on Facebook to get the latest news when cleaning your homes, hands, clothes, dishes and surfaces. Here is the place to catch up with ACI as we talk to partners and friends about the many ways the cleaning products industry contributes positively to society. We also invite you to discuss cleaning solutions and post pictures of your before-and-after dirty dilemmas. Go to to join.

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Twitter: Get short, timely messages from the American Cleaning Institute via Twitter, a rich source of instantly updated information. It's easy to stay updated on an incredibly wide variety of topics. To follow us, go to You don’t have to have a Twitter account to view our tweets.

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LinkedIn: Network with fellow professionals in the cleaning products industry through ACI’s LinkedIn group. To join, go to and search under “groups” for American Cleaning Institute.

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ACI News Feed: Want to get the latest press releases from ACI? Or know when the newest issue of Cleaning Matters is available? Subscribe to the ACI News Feed and the latest information from ACI will be automatically downloaded to your computer. Go to On the home page, scroll down to the bar near the bottom of the page. Click on the orange icon on the right and follow the directions to subscribe.

Quick Links to any of these groups: go to On the home page, scroll down to the bar near the bottom of the page, just below the What’s New section. Click on the appropriate icon on the right (there are four: News Feed, LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook) for a quick link to any of these groups. Follow the directions to join if you don’t already have an account.


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