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Spring Cleaning – Clean your windows!

Now that Spring is here, you’ll want to clean those windows so you can see the beautiful day outside – each and every day! Here are some tips… Continue Reading

With Stainless Steel being the hottest selling appliances, be sure to watch the video below on how to keep those beautiful appliances CLEAN! It is hard, but it can be done. And yes – you will have to do it often. It will help make your appliances last a lifetime too.

We all know we should do it. Heck we NEED to do it. You probably do it every month. But do you know HOW to really clean and sanitize your bathroom?

bathroom-1228427_640Want to keep a healthy, happy, hygienic home? Start cleaning and sanitizing that bathroom of yours with these simple steps below.


Question: Why do we need to clean, sanitize the shower-head if water always flows through it?

Answer: Shower areas can harbor such bacteria and germs that can cause pulmonary diseases. Continue Reading

Here is a great video that I came across with some really handy tips. They are quick and easy, and most of these tips and hacks you already have access to.

Let me know what you think!

If our clients have a stain in their carpet, we love to kick stains to the curb if they request it. It is easy to do once you learn how. Do you have a stain on your carpet? You can easily do this yourself after you watch the video below! Otherwise, be sure to ask your house cleaner the next time they come by to clean your home.

Check out this great video I found. Teresa Ward, of – Long Island House Cleaning in New York, shows you how to clean the grease from your kitchen cabinets.

We all may think that our kitchen sink is already clean each time we use it. After all, we always see water running through it, right? Of course, that is not enough to kill the germs and bacteria. We should be sanitizing our sinks often! Here are some tips for you to sanitize your disposal and give your sink its shine again without the use of strong and harmful chemical cleaners. Continue Reading

I came across this article today at Good Housekeeping’s blog

Check out the first tip below:

Laundry day is a project (the sorting, the pretreating, the care-tag reading, the folding — ugh), and wrinkles are the thorn in a completed load’s side. So we asked Carolyn Forte, the director of the Cleaning Lab at the Good Housekeeping Institute, for best ways we can all spend less time stooped over the ironing board.

​1. Try the wet washcloth trick.

We couldn’t live without our trusty irons, but when you’re staring at a pile of wrinkled shirts on a super-busy morning, you wish the whole ironing thing could be a little more automated. That’s where this trick comes in.

Throw your rumpled outfit into the dryer with a damp washcloth, and run it for about 10 or 15 minutes. The steam emitted from the washcloth with smooth the garments’ wrinkles — and offer you a few extra minutes to eat breakfast.

Want to try this tip on a larger load? “Use a hand towel or bath towel instead of a washcloth,” says Forte.


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Source: Good  Housekeeping Article: 6 Genius Tricks for Wrinkle-Free Clothes  By: 

how to clean washing machineEverything needs to be cleaned once in a while, and a washing machine is no exception. After washing loads of dirty laundry, the inside of the machine can collect dirt, and odors may cling to its walls and get transferred to your clothes. Luckily, you probably won’t need anything you don’t already keep around the house.

Why clean your washing machine?

  • – Some washers have the tendency to smell bad due to their design.
  • – Odors in a washing machine can eventually come off on clean clothing.
  • – Hard water causes lime buildup in components and pipes, causing things to run slower. Washing machines and pipes are more efficient when lime is removed.
  • – You may live in a humid climate. Constant moisture in the air prevents the washer from completely drying in between loads, causing stale odors and mildew.
  • – Often times soap and dirt splash up, leaving grime on parts of the agitator and wash bins that are above the water line.

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Modern life is defined by convenience, and what could be more convenient for people. There’s no reason to put in the work manually cleaning dishes after each and every meal. A dishwasher is a mechanical device for cleaning dishes and eating utensils. Dishwashers can be found in restaurants and private homes. The mix of water and detergent is circulated by a pump. Water is pumped to one or more rotating spray arms, which blast the dishes with the cleaning mixture. Once the wash is finished, the water is drained, more hot water is pumped in and a rinse cycle begins. After the rinse cycle finishes and the water is drained, the dishes are dried using one of different drying methods. Continue Reading

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