When you have a glass-encased shower, those hard water marks are a sight for sore eyes. To avoid the build up, we recommend using a squeegee on the glass after each use!
Kitchen counters have a large surface area, and cleaning them can often be tedious. Lightly spray down your countertops and use a squeegee to gather all the left over food debris and crumbs, then dispose of it right into the kitchen sink!
Do you feel like your house gets covered in dust so fast even though you just cleaned a few days ago? The culprit could be your home's air filters. These filters help protect your home's air quality by trapping and holding dust, dirt, debris, allergens, and other contaminants. Failing to change the air filters at recommended intervals will cause a build-up of unhealthy particles, allergens, and contaminants to release back into your home.
Golden Rule of Cleaning
Always clean top to bottom! This is because when you dust areas, the dust falls back down. For example, if you dust your bedroom night stands first, then your bedroom fan, all the dust from the fan will fall right back onto those night stands. To avoid having to dust areas more than once, always start from the top and work your way down!
Clean Your Washing Machine
It's recommended that you clean your washing machine at least once every six months.
Instructions: Fill the drum with a ½ cup of baking soda and a quart of vinegar, then run a wash cycle containing just a couple of clean hand towels.
Tip: Leave your washing machine door open after each use for a few hours, this will help it air out and stay fresh!