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1. mod. not using drugs; not involved with drugs. I’ve been clean for more than a month now.
2. mod. sober; not intoxicated with drugs at the moment. (Almost the same as sense 1) Just being clean for a day is an accomplishment.
3. mod. not breaking any law. (Police and underworld.) I’m clean, officer. You can’t charge me with anything.
4. mod. not carrying a weapon. (Police and underworld.) I frisked him. He’s clean.
5. mod. well-dressed. Now there’s a clean dude!
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slide=5) Even the dishwasher requires a good cleaning every now and then.
It's a time-consuming task that is best prevented through regular cleanings and application of an anti-seize product like Watlow Release and Heat-Transfer Fluid (from Watlow Electric Mfg.
However, as the industry has become more aware of the benefits of green cleaning, the products have significantly improved, and because they are more readily available, prices have sunk as well.
I've gotten rid of so many knick-knacky things that cleaning isn't as bad as it used to be,'' she said.
An effective batch cleaning process will eliminate an important quantity of the contaminants.
When it comes to dilemmas faced by lower-volume production facilities, one of the toughest problems is automating and increasing throughput in the cleaning room.
Users of industrial vacuum cleaning systems may assume they need a custom, one-of-a-kind solution when their application actually calls for a pre-engineered product.
Spend more time and effort cleaning and vacuuming the ground floor areas.
Cleaning solutions are formulated for very specific applications.
The general manager of the nine-month-old Sudbury company offering this service believes they have "barely scratched the surface" in fully realizing the potential of this technique to tackle any tough industrial cleaning job.
The cleaning process will save service members the frustrations of a failed inspection, along with commercial cleaning costs that vary from $80-$150 per vehicle, he said.
For years, "environmentally friendly" was a phrase unlikely to be connected with the dry cleaning industry.
Two home-based cleaning products offer alternatives
The Clean Slate Campaign is a very good idea--personally I am not waiting for the year 2000--cleaning my own slate is a daily ongoing matter which I take seriously and try to carry out the cleaning with the help of the Lord "maker of heaven and earth".