Helpful Tips

10Apr 2017

  There are few rites of spring more satisfying than the annual clean. For many people, however, the pleasure comes only after the work is finished. Your spring cleaning may never become effortless, but you can make the project more manageable —  and even enjoyable. This printable checklist offers an overview of everything you need […]

05Oct 2016

OK, so how to get rid of spiders Most sources will tell you to start by sealing off all the cracks in basement walls and window casings. Fine, go ahead. It might be, though, that those cracks are where the spiders might hang out and thus be invisible to you, which is the same as […]

28Sep 2016

Get the Most Out of Your Dishwasher We get it. Just like everyone else, you’re crazy busy. You’re constantly getting emails and phone calls and don’t have time to clean everything in the house. Lucky for you, we’re here to tell you that your dishwasher is underutilized. Use your dishwasher to clean the following household […]

31Aug 2016

“Wow, you could eat off those floors.” Does the phrase above explain your tile floors at home? We didn’t think so… Tile floors are great because of their durability and relative ease of cleaning and upkeep. But it’s the grout between the tiles that you really have to worry about. Want to know how to clean […]

03Aug 2016

Staying ahead of the grit, dust, and lint in your home can (literally) suck. So it’s important to choose a handy vacuum that works for you and your space. Since a good machine will run you at least $200, you should approach the appliance section with a clear head. If you have mostly bare floors: […]

21Jul 2016

  Vacuuming 101   Proper vacuuming is the easiest and most effective way to keep your carpet clean. Regular vacuuming can also have the largest impact on the air you breathe. To get the most out of your vacuuming regime, remember these few easy tips: A quick once-over doesn’t do much. Slow and steady does […]

14Jul 2016

Everyone thinks wood floors are delicate and require special TLC, but nothing could be further from the truth. A polyurethane (not wax)-finished wood floor is a cinch to maintain, if you follow just a few easy guidelines. 1. Take your shoes off. I am a firm believer in taking my shoes off as soon as […]

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