Glam Your Creativity and Design Your Photo Book Your Way

Nothing jogs your creativity like photobooks. From designing to choosing the ultimate cover to suit your story, you can be sure to have fun. However, having an exquisite design for your story can be a daunting task if you do not know how to design a photo book.

MixBook’s custom templates give you the freedom to create unique and minimalist designs that give you control over your finished piece. Choose a design that will inspire your folks to keep turning pages without distracting them from the main story.

How to design a photo book

Have a purpose

What is your story? Having a story to tell gives you a purpose in mind and the purpose will guide you throughout the creation process. For instance, if your photo book is a portfolio, your main aim will be to showcase your best shots for an ultimate impact.

Think of having these technically excellent images placed each on a single page with accompanying text if possible, to enhance your story. Not only will your book look distinguished, but it will also be safe to handle.

However, if the book is a collection of your holiday photos, you would consider making it more playful. You want to show your audience the places you visited and the various cultures you came across. Unlike a portfolio, you will include various layouts.

Sort out your photos

To make it easy for you to layout your photos, only select the images you would like to use in your story. Having more than a thousand photos for a hundred-paged photo book will slow down your selection process.

Avoid using duplicates and photos that are off-focus or poorly composed. However, if you have a dud (unsatisfactory shot) with a special meaning, you can lower its opacity and have it on a background.

Though there is no perfect number of images to use to tell a story, a few of your best photos will make your book look outstanding and professional.

Photo arrangement

Sequencing your photos does not have to be ultimate. However, your arrangement will depend on your story. While you might wish to have a chronological order in a holiday tradition to show where and how you spent each holiday, you can group your best of the best collections by color, theme, or texture.

While sequencing your photos, you will realize that while some photos are perfect standing on their own, others might look better when you pair them up, especially if they boast the same theme or color.

Avoid overwhelming your photos.

Your photos will vividly tell your story and must therefore remain the focal point. Deviate from the temptation of distracting your audience by overwhelming the shots with several frames, fonts, and backgrounds. However, if you must use a distraction, make sure it enhances your story.

Font type

Using texts will jog your mind to the dates and names, and the captions will help your viewer relate to your story. Therefore, use a style that is appropriate to your story and audience.

Additionally, it would be best if you also used a font type that reflects your design. For instance, you can use handwriting on your baby’s initial yearbook.

Creating a photo book is fun and there is no ultimate way of creating one. However, if you want your story to look great and impeccable, connect it right from the cover to the inside pages.    

4 Reasons Your Online Store is Failing and How to Fix This

Over the past few years, ecommerce has become an integral part of any sound business strategy. The trend continues to gain momentum with online sales expected to account for a huge 17.5 percent of all retail sales worldwide by the end of 2021.

Whether you’ve recently set up your online store or you’ve been a player in this new field for some time, you already know that there are a number of challenges to overcome. It can feel like, despite your best efforts, you just aren’t getting the sales and attention you deserve.

That’s why we’ve put together a diagnostic list of 4 reasons your online store may be failing and how to address them.

1) Your Digital Presence is Weak

A huge part of any successful online business is exposure and credibility. If you run your business through your website only, you’re missing out on thousands of potential leads.

Through social media bios like this one, you can market your product to the correct userbase. Start with all the usual suspects, such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Along with generating leads, it will give you the opportunity to interact with buyers and solicit feedback.

2) You Don’t Have A Marketing Plan

With so many drag and drop features and easy to use websites like Shopify, it can be tempting to think of your online business as a ‘set-and-forget’ situation.

No matter how good the shopping interface is, you need a marketing plan. At the very least, you need to be able to monitor important trends, such as how long users spend on your site and which items end up stuck in the virtual cart. You can do this using analytics tools (many available for free), such as Google Analytics

3) Your Prices Are Too High

A common mistake is to mark product prices up too high. With fierce competition, your product needs to be unique and coveted to command an exorbitant price.

Monitor your competitors to determine a reasonable price point. If you got your item from Aliexpress, for example, do not mark it up by 500%. Prospective customers will know with a simple Google search and lose faith in your business.

Additionally, using analytics discussed above, you can identify which products users abandon in their shopping cart, as ill advised pricing (or high shipping costs) are likely stopping customers from completing the purchase.

4) No Unique Selling Point

In an oversaturated market, you need to set yourself apart. That means determining your unique selling point. Your product does not have to be unique, but your delivery does.

For example, if you’re re-selling jewellery from a wholesaler, set yourself apart from competitors by taking your own product photos to add legitimacy. Also consider adding a hand-written note to each order to endear customers and make your business more memorable.

Running an online business will always be challenging, but by observing the above, you will almost immediately see your sales start to raise.

The Importance of Using Safety Barriers (Tips & Advice)


In every construction site, safety is the number one priority. The law requires that you uphold safety measures to protect the workers and the public too. For these reasons, barriers have become a necessity.

There are many types of barriers, materials and designs. Some offer specific solutions, while others are for various purposes. Here are the uses and the importance of having safety barriers, not only in construction sites but also anywhere applicable.

Road construction

The making of roads is a labour-intensive process and involves heavy equipment. Digging and blasting earth and rocks pose a potential danger to the construction crew and the drivers using diversions. Concrete barriers come in handy to guide traffic away from the area under construction.

In particular, concrete jersey barriers meet the standards to provide safety in high-risk environments. They are used to create alternative routes and define where drivers and pedestrians can safely find their way. Concrete jersey barriers are strong enough not to allow any penetration even in the event of an accident.

Perimeter protection

For commercial spaces, it is necessary to divide the outdoor spaces strategically. Apart from improving functionality, barriers at also help protect public space and utilities located around access roads. Barriers help to define parking spaces and limit uncontrolled access. Concrete barriers help create a strong perimeter wall capable of withstanding forceful access by heavy-duty vehicles.

Durable security solutions

Safety and security are expensive yet needed for every property. However, the materials you use can determine how much you will need to spend on maintenance. Materials such as wood and plastic are ideal for short-term use. However, they are affected by extreme weather conditions, forcing you to spend much time and money on maintenance.

Concrete barriers are resistant to weather, insects, and sudden impact. Even with the weight, they are easily portable, and installation is quick. Buying concrete jersey barriers is viable as they last for decades, and can be used in different areas.

Noise control

As part of safety, controlling noise that comes from big equipment in construction is necessary. You can place concrete barriers of greater height to surround the noise pollution areas. This strategy is to use them as sound absorbers, reducing the effect by a considerable measure, and alleviating ambient noise.

Reducing visibility

Privacy is another aspect of safety in construction sites, commercial and residential areas. Privacy creates a comfortable working environment. Interlocking safety barriers help to eliminate open spaces that can encourage spying. In return, equipment and other valuable items are secure from potential theft.

Lastly, an unoccupied property welcomes potential misuse if not well secured. Companies need viable solutions to protect vacant buildings and land from fly-tipping, vandalism, and damage. Cost is also a concern for many.

However, there are affordable terms that make acquiring safety barriers easy. You will choose between hiring and buying. Whichever you choose, it is always advisable to secure an area early rather than to wait to take action once you witness a security breach.

What to Expect From Digital Banking in 2021

Very few economic sectors were left unscathed during the coronavirus pandemic of 2020, and digital banking was one of them. If anything, the use of digital banking platforms, electronic payments, and mobile alternatives to traditional banking experienced a upsurge during the worst months of the pandemic. Financial technology as a whole was barely impacted in 2020, and this was pretty much what market analysts expected.

Now that we have welcomed the year 2021 with very positive hopes about the near future, this is a good time to discuss what we may see happening in the digital banking segment over the next few months.

Digital Banking: Not Just for Millennials Anymore

The social distancing measures and lockdown restrictions of the pandemic resulted in elderly individuals flocking to digital banking channels; they figured out that this was the best time to become acquainted with internet and mobile banking, and we can safely assume that many of them will continue to use these platforms even after vaccination campaigns multiply. The idea of standing in line to cash checks at a branch is no longer appealing to most of the population. The ability to convert Bitcoin to cash has become more accessible to those that do not have too many technical skills.

RegTech is the New FinTech

Can banking and financial regulations benefit from emerging technologies? Absolutely. When you consider the complexity of blockchains supporting cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, we can see that regulation and compliance are conducive to being implemented by means of technology. When we check out an institutional profile on iBanknet, for example, we only become aware of a system we can use to gather information on American banks; coders and developers, however, see an application programming interface that can be used to augment existing systems. Compliance can be automated; if you think about it, RegTech can help individuals open international bank accounts right from their smartphones as long as they are guided through the Know Your Customer and compliance steps.

More Personalized Financial Advice

There was a time when personal financial planners mostly catered to high net-worth clients because they thought that dealing with non-wealthy clients was too much of a hassle. Modern financial platforms do not discriminate in this manner; technology makes it easier to service clients from all socioeconomic levels, and financial institutions are now seeking strength in numbers. The key is in the calculation and management tools that personal financial planners work with; since these tools are now more advanced, planners can pursue more diverse leads. At the same time, it is easier for banks to incorporate online financial planning tools such as retirement calculators, compound interest forecasting, budget worksheets, and others.

Greater Outreach to Commercial Clients

Digital banking started off with online access to personal accounts in the late 1990sm and it has advanced considerably ever since. In the meantime, commercial banking clients have also enjoyed many of the perks of digital accounts, but they still lag behind a bit when compared to the personal segment. We can expect this to change in 2021 because of the greater entrepreneurial spirit among younger Americans, who will in turn demand better digital banking services.

What 80 Percent Lower’s Right For You?

We’ve covered the reasons why any new gun owner should consider buying an 80% lower for their next pistol or long gun build. It provides plenty of unique advantages that include lower taxes and costs, fewer fees paid to an FFL, and the avoidance of paying a premium for a branded firearm. Most of all, you get to build it entirely on your own.

But that leaves you with the most important question of all: Which 80 percent lower is right for you? There are a plethora of ‘em available across the web, but you should only consider a quality unit from a reputable seller. More importantly, you need to consider all the different factors and features that’ll dictate how, exactly, you fabricate your new firearm:

Material and finish

Some 80% units are made from polymer, while others are made from aluminum – either forged or billet. These aluminum units are heat-treated and are tough as Hell, which can make fabrication a tad more difficult. If you’re inexperienced with machining metal, a polymer receiver or frame is a great first project, since these can typically be fabricated with hand tools. If your unit comes without a coating or finish, you can apply your own for a customized piece.


Your receiver or frame will often ship with engravings to indicate the safety lever’s FIRE and SAFE position. Some units ship un-engraved, allowing for you to add your own markings or custom roll mark or stamp. In states that require serialization, you may need to visit an engraver to have a unique, identifying number applied to your new firearm. This is applicable in California and other states.

Commercial vs. Mil-Spec

The AR-15 is the weapon most 80% builders choose to fabricate. The modern AR has to standards of fitment: Mil-spec, which requires the use of a forged 80% lower, or commercial, which requires a billet receiver. These two standards use different threads and fittings for the buffer tube (the component that secures your buttstock or pistol brace). 

Caliber and Configuration

80% lowers are no longer reserved for the old-school AR-15 rifle chambered in just .223 and 5.56 NATO. These days, the AR platform comprises loads of available configurations that include rifle, pistol and SBR builds. Calibers range from .22 LR, through the various hunting cartridges, specialty rounds like .300 Blackout and 6.5 Grendel, up to big long-range loads like 6.5 Creedmoor and .308.

And of course, the handgun market gets some love these days. 80 percent frames can now be sourced to fabricate a custom GLOCK-compatible pistol, a lightweight aluminum 1911, or a modular Sig Sauer P320. Your choice of caliber and configuration should come first, with the lower or frame coming second.

Types of 80% lowers and Frames

Let’s take a look at the top 80 percent lower and frame options available and explain what their configurations and specs entail.

Forged and Billet AR-15 Lowers

These two units comprise the bulk of most 80% builds. They’re made for the original AR-15 configuration, which is to say they both chamber .223 Remington or 5.56 NATO. Builders who opt for a custom rifle or pistol in a specialty cartridge can instead opt for the 6.5 Grendel, for long-range shooting, or 300 Blackout, made for using a suppressor. The 300 BLK and Grendel loads are perfect for short-range nighttime and long-range hunting, respectively.

Billet AR9 Lower Receiver

The AR9 lower is designed for 9mm AR builds, mostly configured as pistols. These receivers can accommodate any 9mm AR upper, including a rifle-length upper for maximum velocity and accuracy at range. The proprietary design of the AR9 80% lower negates the need to modify your existing AR-15 receiver to accept 9mm magazines. This lower uses any Glock magazines and comes with its own ejector and magazine release to be installed after fabrication. No gas system is required for this build; the 9mm cartridge relies on blowback operation with a modified bolt.

.308 (AR-10, LR-308) Lower Receiver

Based on ArmaLite’s old AR-10 design, the modern LR-308 receiver is the .308 Winchester / 7.62×51 NATO variant of the AR-15. Introduced before the AR-15 itself, the AR-10 was the battle rifle of choice in testing for a new service rifle. The AR-10 has been replaced by DPMS Panther Arms’ take on the platform, officially called the LR-308. It provides comparable performance in a package that is much more affordable, with greater access to custom components. Assembly and fabrication are identical to that of the average AR-15.

80% 1911 Frame

This aluminum 80% frame, introduced by Stealth Arms, provides a massive and easy-to-fabricate upgraded frame compared to the original 1911’s steel frame. It weighs approximately 50% less once fabricated, allowing for a more ergonomic and easy-to-control shooter. Frames are available with a custom Hardcoat anodized finish, or a raw finish so you can apply your own coating or paint job. These frames can be configured as a Government (full-sized, 5”) or Commander (compact, 4.25”) handgun. These frames are compatible with all retail 1911 parts.

GLOCK-Compatible P80 Frame

The P80 frames earned favor among builders as an affordable alternative to buying a GLOCK handgun. Compatible with all Gen3 components for virtually all GLOCK series and models, the P80 frame is also one of the easiest-to-fabricate frames available. It requires just basic hand tools and light fitting and sanding before assembly. These units use a disposable jig, which comes with the necessary bits for fabrication. A hand drill, Dremel, and files can be used, without the need for more complex equipment.

Sig Sauer P320 80% Fire Control Unit

The Sig P320 Fire Control Unit is the modular “heart” of the P320 handgun. It serves as a universal host for a plethora of calibers and configurations, ranging from subcompact to full-size and provides four calibers. The FCU is the only part of the Sig P320 that’s considered the firearm, in similar fashion to the 80% lower and AR-15 platform. Fabrication requires a Dremel, files, and light sanding and fitting. Once fabricated, the FCU is compatible with Sig P320 parts.

Frequent Questions

Q: How do I fabricate an 80% lower?

A: You will need a tool kit called an 80% jig. The jig is a proprietary milling machine that requires the use of a drill press or mini-mill. The jig shows the end-user where to cut and drill the receiver, transforming it from a receiver blank (not a firearm) into a functional stripped lower receiver, a firearm under federal law.

Q: Are these units banned in some states?

A: Yes. Some states, like New York and New Jersey, have outright banned 80% lowers. Other states, like California, require serialization of the receiver before fabrication. Although these firearms are not serialized by default, their ownership means you must still adhere to all gun laws in your state. That may include serialization even still, or requiring that your handgun or long gun be locked in an appropriate gun safe. The end-user must also submit to a state background check to verify eligibility of firearm ownership. If you’re unsure of the legality of fabricating or otherwise owning a firearm in your state, you must consult legal counsel beforehand.

Q: Are these units, once finished, any different from a retail firearm?

A: Functionally, no. Any AR-type rifle or handgun fabricated from an 80% unit is identical in form and function to its branded retail counterpart. This allows for easy assembly and further customization by way of purchasing your own components piecemeal, minus the premium costs associated with buying a fabricated rifle from an FFL or gun dealer online.

Tips for Writing a Solid Personal Bio in 2021

Even though the New Year got off to a shaky start in terms of political instability and high coronavirus contagion rates, economists are confident that things will get better over the next few months. If you are one of the millions of professionals who lost their jobs or experienced a business downturn in 2020, now is the time to start preparing for the gradual economic recovery, and this means making sure that your online bio is engaging and up-to-date.

Take a look at this personal bio example to get an idea of how your own bio should be written. Notice how it is approximately 500 words long, and this is the sweet spot for most professional bios. Naturally, you may not always have this much space to write; on social networks such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, you have to keep details very short. You have more room to work with on LinkedIn and Crunchbase, but you should try to stick to 500 words even if you have an unlimited word count, which is the case when you are publishing within your own website.

In the example we are following, the bio is written in the third person. This is a good and neutral strategy, but if you are a self-employed professional or an entrepreneur, writing in the first person is perfectly fine. The tone of voice and writing style should be crafted in a way that builds a narrative. You want to stay professional but not too wordy or pretentious; incorporating industry slang, acronyms, or overly technical jargon is not recommended. You also have to keep things friendly and slightly conversational.

The content you produce should tell readers about who you are, what you have done, and what you intend to do. Entrepreneurs and professionals who work on their own can take advantage of bios to inject personal branding. With regard to how much context should appear on the bio, think about your top three accomplishments and write them as bullet points before expanding on them. The same formula of three items should be applied to goals and values, but they should not be written in a lofty manner. A bio is a piece of writing where modesty should prevail.

Prior to sitting down to write, you want to think it over but not too much. Do not spend too much time hunting for adjectives in a thesaurus. This is a task that you will want to complete in about two hours, and one of the most important goals is to come across as being authentic. One interesting tip that some bio writers have found to be useful consists of sitting down with friends and telling them what you plan on writing. This practice is not so much about getting feedback as it is a way to adopt a friendly tone of writing.

Finally, if you have projects that need to be promoted, you can incorporate keywords as well as search engine optimization strategies, but they should only appear on the websites you manage. Trying to game LinkedIn with SEO will only come across as tacky.

Tips for Writing Tweets in 2021

Despite not enjoying the status of being the world’s most popular social network, because that would be Facebook, Twitter is often described as the most influential social media platform. There is something about Twitter that makes it irresistible to news media outlets, and this is enough to make it the social network that you should pay attention to in 2021.

When you break Twitter down to its base statistics, it does not seem as grandiose as Facebook. As of early 2021, there were about 330 monthly active Twitter users, and at least 40% of them were very active on a daily basis. On any given day, nearly a billion tweets can be generated, and each of these short social media updates can result in new conversations. To really appreciate Twitter, you really have to consider that this was the preferred social network of former United States President Donald Trump, or at least it was until he got kicked out prior to leaving the White House. The sheer engagement, visibility, and quotable potential of every tweet is what makes Twitter a great opportunity to develop your personal brand.

Another advantage of Twitter is related to its excellent track record as a platform where users are plugged into brands they are really interested in following. On average, Twitter users will follow six brands, and they will do so more closely when compared to other networks. Approximately 60% of Twitter users who follow brands will make a purchase within the year; moreover, more than 80% will keep these brands in mind when they need products or services.

With all the above in mind, let’s review a few recommendations about how you should express yourself on Twitter in 2021:

Adopt the Right Tone and Voice

The voice of your brand should be uniform and unchanging on Twitter; the tone, however, should conform to each situation. Here is an example of tweets from a philanthropist who exercises proper tone on each update.

Visual Language Matters

As internet users, we are increasingly becoming visual communicators, and this can be clearly observed when scrolling through Twitter conversations. Whenever you can attach an image to make your point stick, feel free to do so. If your brand voice is supposed to be conversational, inserting emoji in your tweets would be adequate, especially if you think it will enable you to get a point across.

Find the Sweet Spot for Tweet Length

In 2021, you will still have 280 characters to play with when composing tweets, but researchers have found that many Twitter users prefer to stick to the old length of 140 characters. If you are a prolific Twitter user who posts new updates several times a day, you are better off staying closer to 100 characters. Longer tweets are more appropriate when you do not post as often.

Promote and Reward Twitter Followers

Some small business owners do not bother with other social networks because they have found Twitter followers to be more responsive to promotions. If you run an e-commerce store, for example, you will want to post special discounts for your Twitter followers, but make sure it is only available to them in order to underscore your appreciation.

New Instagram Tools For Brand Management

Over the last few years, Instagram has become the go-to social network for online branding and digital marketing. Since its billionaire acquisition by Facebook, Instagram has undergone a gradual transformation from image sharing platform to a powerful tool for brands to interact with customers and prospects, and this has a lot to do with the vision of the business and development teams at the social network.

In November 2020, just before the start of the holiday shopping season in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, Instagram rolled out two new features that should be of special interest to brand managers, influencers, and content creators. Let’s take a closer look at these features:

Branded Content Advertisers Get More Freedom

In June 2019, Instagram rolled out a feature that allows advertisers to work closer with content creators. Branded Content Ads serve a couple of purposes; first of all, they let Instagram users know that certain stories appearing in their feeds are paid advertisements. Second, these branded stories highlight the collaboration between influencers and the advertisers, thus allowing users to interact directly with the content creators as well as the brands should they choose to do so.

The new feature augmenting Branded Content Ads gives brand managers more creative control. Let’s say a fashion boutique has an existing partnership with a busy influencer but does not want to wait for her to create new Instagram Stories. The boutique can now produce the ad and pitch it to the influencer for instant approval. Although this feature intends to streamline existing processes, it could also create friction if approvals are not obtained right away.

New Branded Hashtags

Take a look at this example of Instagram profile hashtag use; notice how the relevant tags in each post are assigned naturally. Starting in November 2020, a new kind of hashtag will be available to Instagram content creators and the brands they work with. Branded content tags for paid advertising will be part of Instagram Live as well as Reels, two features that have proven to be very popular on the network, and which are designed to compete against the likes of Facebook Live, Snapchat, and Tik-Tok. Although these tags will be visible to users, they will not have an impact on the viewing experience. The purpose of branded tags can be appreciated in the background by the publishers and advertisers; similar to Facebook pixels, they provide advanced analytics on the performance of Instagram campaigns, and marketers will be able to develop strategies based on these actionable insights.

Thus far, Instagram influencers and their commercial partners have reacted positively to the new features, particularly the new ability given to brands to interact directly with users. Let’s say a professional soccer player works with an online casino on a series of Instagram Stories, but she is not able to respond to questions from followers because she needs to focus on the current season. With the new Branded Content Ads feature, advertisers will be able to respond directly to such questions without having to consult with the player or get access to her account.

Keeping Up With Shopping Priorities in ecommerce

The current pandemic has caused a dramatic change in U.S shopping behavior in-store. Availability is now prioritized by shoppers over the quality of the product. Concerns about catching the virus and product shortages such as toilet paper have all caused the shift in priority. Store managers and owners should consider these new priorities and implement them into their current operations. For example, setting up online ordering for pickup in-store guarantees that the product is in store. Being able to adjust and understand consumer shopping behavior will position your organization more likely to succeed. Make sure to check out the infographic below for creating a convenient and safe shopping experience.

Infographic created by First Data, a merchant processing company

Top Cleaners You Should Learn About Before Spring Cleaning

When you think of cleaning supplies, soap and water are the first materials that come to mind. While these items are crucial when it comes to keeping your environment sanitary, particularly for cleaning your body, they aren’t the only cleaners you should know about.

Compressed Air

Not everything can be cleaned with water, especially not large machines. Frequently, factory owners turn to a compressed air service Jacksonville FLto clear their equipment of dust and other particles. It’s important to check that the air is purified and the machine does not have any breakable parts, or cleaning it with compressed air can cause problems.

Pressurized Water

For large surfaces that are visibly dirty and able to withstand extreme pressure, pressurized water is a great way to get rid of grime. Because of how much force pressure washers exert, you don’t need to add soap when you use these machines. Make sure to wear long sleeves and shoes when you operate one; the water sprays at such a high velocity that it can remove your skin. 

Chemical Disinfectants

Chemical disinfectants are those that you find in the cleaning supplies aisle at the grocery store. Use extreme caution when handling these substances, since most of them are poisonous. One of the most common is chlorine, which people generally use in its liquid form, bleach. Chlorine is a highly toxic substance, particularly if mixed with other chemicals, but it does effectively kill most germs. Alcohol also has disinfectant properties, but it is not potent enough to clean bathrooms or industrial areas. Still, if you have a cut and you’re worried about getting an infection, alcohol is a good choice. 

All-Natural Cleaners

If you want to sanitize your workplace or house but you’re worried about the dangers of chemical cleaners, explore the different all-natural disinfectants. These are perfect if you have pets or babies who might accidentally eat your cleaning products. Standard kitchen acids such as white vinegar are great for taking care of small spills. Products such as Bon Ami, which is made of powdered limestone, and baking soda are good substitutes for chemical abrasives. Additionally, companies such as Mrs. Meyer’s and Dr. Bronner’s manufacture stronger cleaners that still are good for you and the environment.

When you have a sanitation problem at home or at work, get creative with your solution by trying one of these cleaners. After all, the cleaner your environment is, the healthier you are.