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  • 4 House Cleaning Tips from Pros

    29-12-2017

    We spend hours cleaning our homes and doing the daily chores, often feeling too tired and disheveled to enjoy the holiday season. Ever wonder how the cleaning experts and professionals zoom through these tasks effortlessly? We’ve got the inside secrets to cleaning from the pros. Check out these pocket-friendly tips and save time and money. 1. Plastic knife for soap scum Get rid of soap scum with a simple plastic knife or old credit/debit card. Cleaning ceramic tiles and tubs can be a big pain. Instead rubbing out the scum, simply scrape it with a cheap plastic knife. 2. Feather duster to bust dust W Read More

  • 60 Minutes to Prepare Your Home for Guests

    22-12-2017

      Deck the halls and sing some songs as you welcome the guests this holiday season. Here’s a quick cleaning checklist to get your home guest ready in under 60 minutes. 1) Bathrooms Change the hand towels. Put out a fresh bar of soap or refill the hand wash dispenser. Wipe the bathroom mirrors. Take a paper towel, wipe the toilet bowl and flush it. Wipe the countertops with a damp absorbent cloth or paper towel. Use a long handled bathroom wiper to clean the floors. Take out the trash and spray room freshener. 2) Entryway Dust the doormats. Sweep the entryway with a good quality dust free grass broom. If you Read More

  • How To Clean a Stainless Kitchen Stovetop in 7 Steps

    13-12-2017

      1. Arm yourself with a cleaning scrub pad, kitchen sponge, dish soap and absorbent kitchen wipes to clean the stovetop. 2. Remove all the metal grates and grills from the stovetop. Make sure the gas is closed and remove the knobs. 3. Soak the grates, grills and knobs in soapy water for the duration as you clean the stovetop.  4. Wipe down the stovetop with a kitchen sponge and a little dish soap. Make sure the sponge is clean for best results. Soak it in water and squeeze out most of the water so that it is damp enough for cleaning. Add a few drops of dish soap to make it easier to remove the grease and bur Read More

  • How to Clean Your Floors

    06-12-2017

    It’s time to tackle the floors so arm yourself with a spin mop, twist mop, dust free grass broom and vacuum cleaner.  In this article, we’ll be taking on all kinds of floors from wood and tiles to marble and carpets. Cleaning carpets A vacuum cleaner is a must have for every home that owns a carpet. Getting rid stains may involve specialized and immediate action depending on the nature of the stain but a vacuum is essential to maintain a clean and fresh carpet. Cleaning laminate floors It is best to avoid any products that contain abrasives or soap when cleaning laminate flooring as they tend to Read More


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