The range hood in your kitchen goes through a lot with the preparation of every meal. Grease, steam and food splatters and lands on the range hood, which can eventually begin to look terrible. So how do you keep your range hood looking great for years? Practice Bi-weekly Cleaning Purchase a bottle of mineral oil to keep in your kitchen. Mineral oil is a natural cleaner that cuts through grease and tough grime without presenting any risk of damage to wood, aluminum or stainless steel.
- When you're looking into potential carpet cleaning companies to hire, what factors do you consider? Many homeowners consider cost, the variety of services offered, and what hours the company operates. While these factors are all important, there's another thing you should make sure of before hiring any carpet cleaning company: that their technicians are certified. Here are three reasons why you should always make sure a carpet cleaning professional is certified before you sign that contract.
- If your carpet is water damaged from flooding or busted pipes, clean it quickly to avoid mold. Wet carpet makes the ideal breeding ground for mold since mold thrives in moist environments. Once mold is present, it poses health risks such as eye irritation, throat irritation, and respiratory problems. Here are some tips to prevent mold from wet carpeting. Gather Your Tools For this project, you need: rubber gloves bucket bath towels paper towels wet-dry vacuum fans baking soda soap water bleach paper towels vacuum dehumidifier If it isn't humid outside, raise a window in the room to provide a cross breeze for faster drying.
- When a family member or friend has been diagnosed with a terminal illness, it can be difficult to know how to respond. While you want to help them through this difficult time, you may not know how. Below are three ideas of how you can help your loved one and make their day-to-day life easier. The Gift of Cleaning Services When your loved one is ill, it can be difficult to stay on top of their daily to-dos.
- Now that the holiday season is over, and you've taken the time to destress after all the shopping and activity, it's time to really start cleaning up after all the parties and guests. Invariably, someone at one of the events at your house spilled some wine, but not on your kitchen floor. No, they spilled the wine on the lush carpeting in the den, and you can still the discoloration on the carpet a couple of weeks later.