Greetings from Inside the SEOigloo!
Whether you live and work in a rural area or a metropolitan one, chances are, your computer monitor occasionally suffers from dust and residue build-up. Much like dreaded dental plaque, this film builds up over time without the proper care. If your company’s once-bright-orange website seems to have turned an autumnal shade of terra cotta, it’s time to clean your screen.
Warning: we made this up ourselves here in the office because we hate using chemical junk, and it hasn’t seemed to wreck any of our computers, so we thought we’d pass the following tip on. However, we cannot be held responsible for any damage that may result to your monitor if you try out our green cleaner.
We put the tiniest drop of plain white vinegar on a soft cotton cloth, and gently wiped the monitor down. The difference was like night and day. All of our clients’ websites sprang back to the original life we had invested them with. It was like watching the sun come out! And, we have the satisfaction of knowing that we haven’t just filled our office space, or the planet, with nasty synthetic substances.
Home owners have used vinegar for generations to clean windows, mirrors, and other surfaces. It works like a charm, and our monitor didn’t fizzle away or explode, so we’re feeling rather proud around here today.
Do you have a green cleaning tip for the home or office that you’d like to share? We’d love to hear about it!