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December 25, 2020

How to Clean a Gas Stovetop

The task of cleaning the stovetop is one of those chores that is usually on everyone’s list of their least favorite things to do around the house. It often takes forever to get those dried-out spills off. To help reduce the amount of time you’re spending on cleaning your stove top, we’re sharing a step-by-step guide with you today. Before we get started, here are the materials you’ll need: a non-toxic degreaser, scrub brush, paper towels, glass cleaner, and a magic eraser. 1. Make Sure Your Workspace Is Safe When you clean a gas appliance, the first thing that you want to make sure of is that all of the knobs are turned  ‘off.’ This is important because as you’re cleaning, you don’t want the gas to come on, especially when working with flammable products. 2. Disassemble the Stovetop You’re going to remove the grates and the burner caps and […]
December 18, 2020

Holiday House Cleaning 101

The Holiday season is in full swing, and that probably means that your house cleaning needs and stress levels might be increasing too. If you’re planning on having guests over for Christmas, then this week’s blog post is for you. We’re sharing our Holiday Cleaning Guide to help make this time of the year smoother for you. 1. Scrub Down Your Entryway One of the first things that guests will see when entering your home is your entryway, so to make a good impression, focus on areas that you haven’t cleaned in a while. Wipe down your front door to remove any dust or cobwebs, dust your furniture, and shake out your welcome mat. Doing all these little things will guarantee the first impression you want. 2. Focus on The Kitchen And Dining Areas With the Holidays, food is often at the center point of all gatherings, which means people […]
December 11, 2020

Healthy Homes – Protecting Your Home and Family from a Second COVID-19 Wave

As the second wave of COVID-19 increases throughout the United States, we wanted to share some simple tips and tricks that you can take to help keep your home and your family safe and healthy. 1. Disinfect Commonly Touched Areas Cleaning is known as removing dirt, dust, and particles from areas, but it does not necessarily kill germs – which is why disinfecting is a necessity. On the CDC‘s website, they go over recommendations for routine disinfecting within your household. “Community members can practice routine cleaning of frequently touched surfaces (for example tables, doorknobs, light switches, handles, desks, toilets, faucets, sinks, and electronics) with household cleaners and EPA-registered disinfectants.” Cleaning AND disinfecting these areas, can help reduce your chances of getting sick. 2. Make Hand Washing A Priority Since COVID-19 is still a new virus, it is even more important to wash your hands regularly. The CDC shared an article […]
December 4, 2020

3 Practical Steps to Make House Cleaning Simpler

As the Holiday season is upon us, you might be feeling overwhelmed by the never-ending to-do lists, and we can only imagine that cleaning is the last thing you want to do right now. So, we’re going to be sharing our top three practical steps to make your house cleaning chores quicker and simpler for you! 1. Clear the Clutter You might be thinking that this is an obvious tip because you’re already cleaning but hear us out. Often, when life gets busy, we can clean around the everyday life clutter, but it’s important to start picking up before you start cleaning. Maybe you have clothes that didn’t quite make it into the hamper, or dishes on the coffee table from movie night –  whatever it might be, we’ve all had clutter around our house. Before you start cleaning, we recommend you pick up the items on the floors and […]