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Members can register now to attend the Fall Meeting at the ACI office, September 10-12, 2019.
There are times vinegar can be helpful but cleaning with vinegar can damage some surfaces and may not be enough to get things truly clean. Learn when to use vinegar and when not to.
With the arrival of Tropical Storm Barry, it's important to know what to do in case of flood damage and how to clean your home and belongings safely and effectively.
Wherever you decide to travel, be prepared to have good hand hygiene and don't let germs slow you down and spoil the fun.
Clean and Happy Nest shares tips, tricks and expert advice with the public in mind – especially families with young children – with hopes that our ideas and information lead to cleaner, happier, and better lives. Our blog posts are based on research and expert opinion and designed to inspire people to take on cleaning projects – no matter how small – to enhance happiness and life satisfaction.
The American Cleaning Institute (ACI), the trade association for the cleaning product supply chain, welcomes three new employees: Taylor Bradley as Manager, Environmental & Scientific Affairs, Arielle Brown as Manager, Government Affairs and Joanne Oh as Communications & Outreach Coordinator.
If you ever wanted to know more about ingredients beyond what’s on the label, there is an app for that (and website), called SmartLabel.
American Cleaning Institute Responds to New Study Addressing Accidental Exposures to Liquid Laundry Packets The American Cleaning Institute (ACI) issued the following response to a new study – published in the journal Pediatrics – that examined calls to poison control centers related to accidental exposures to
One-third of us don’t believe we are cleaning everything in our homes often enough. Here's what you should be cleaning.