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6 Simple Ways to Grow a Green-Friendly Business

When it comes to commercial cleaning and renovation, there are numerous ways everyone can benefit from a more thoughtful, eco-friendly approach to every job. By taking simple steps and a little extra care, you can save money, help the planet, and be able to boast to customers, friends and family about being green. Donate, don’t... See the post

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7 Alternative Uses for The Wood Deck & Siding Tool

There’s something of a downside to creating a tool that performs really well: people might pigeonhole it for one particular use. Now, don’t get us wrong, we love that people think of Diamabrush when removing coatings or paint from decks and siding. After all, when a tool can shrink a daunting task into a one-day... See the post

Diamabrush Tools Frequently Asked Questions

  Polishing Tools   Is this going to make my floors slippery? When used correctly, Diamabrush applications actually make your floors safer and more slip-resistant. Slip Coefficient of Friction is better on clean, polished concrete than on unpolished concrete. How long do the blades last? Polishing tool blade wear varies based on the coarseness of... See the post

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Essential Debrief on OSHA Silica Regulations

You may have heard that there are new regulations concerning silica dust have been  established by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). If you are a contractor who engages in activities such as cutting, grinding, finishing or blasting materials like concrete, stone and brick, you are likely creating silica dust (or, as it is... See the post

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5 Essential Deck Maintenance Tips (That Will Also Preserve Your Sanity)

A new deck is a very expensive proposition. That’s why proper care is essential to extending your deck’s beauty and integrity. It’s a common misconception that sealing a deck is a one-and-done proposition, but nothing could be further from the truth. Sealers will wear down within about one to three years, with weather, heavy traffic,... See the post

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