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How to Remove Food Coloring From Fabric

  Jonathan Teall  |    18 March 2020  |    House Cleaning Tips

Step by Step Stain Removal

Food coloring is a concentrated food safe dye that is found in most processed food items, and even in seasonal beverages (here's looking at you, Saint Patrick!). What happens when you spill some on your lightly colored carpet, or your favorite white shirt? Well, you don't have to resolve yourself to wearing your newly tie-dyed fashion statement forever. Follow these our easy stain removal process, and you're sure to clean it right up.

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Peace of Mind, Soap, and What They Have in Common

  Jonathan Teall  |    17 March 2020  |    House Cleaning Tips

It may be on your mind, but soap can help to keep it off of your hands.

 

 

Do you remember the importance that was placed upon washing your hands when you were still in grade school? The teachers would make it seem like something fun, a task that you simply didn't want to miss out on. If you ever need to remember how to properly take the time allotted, think back to those days, and sing a 'happy birthday' song to yourself, all the way through a couple of times, and vigorously wash your hands until the songs are over. Now is the time to recall the importance of handwashing that was instilled in us, and then spend some extra time washing your hands to protect those around you. Routinely washing your hands is the first step towards keeping others safe. We should all make a conscious effort to spend a few more moments with your soapy hands under the running faucet, remember to try singing a song in your head to keep track of the time - it still works!

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10 Questions You Should Always Ask Before Hiring A Maid Service

  Joseph Berger  |    24 January 2020  |    House Cleaning Tips

1. Are your maids contractors or employees?

A company comprised of employees is going to be able to provide a more consistent service. Their employees have stable employment and are working full time for the business. Accordingly, the team that'll be cleaning your home is more likely to be comprised of the same faces and people who are fully engaged in their job.

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How to Clean Granite and Marble Countertops

  Montanna Lussier  |    14 August 2019  |    House Cleaning Tips,  |    Kitchen,  |    All Natural

Caring for Your Countertops

Cleaning countertops is something that people think about but don't want to do. It's much easier than you think, and you can see that more in our butcher block countertop cleaning blog. Granite and marble countertops are very low maintenance when it comes to upkeep, so you don't need to stress about damaging or ruining them. All you need are rags, soap, and a little elbow grease; let's get into it!

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How to Clean Your Butcher Block Countertop

  Montanna Lussier  |    14 August 2019  |    House Cleaning Tips,  |    Kitchen,  |    All Natural

Take Care of Your Counter

Similar to cleaning different fabrics, differing countertop materials require different cleaning methods. The most important thing to remember when cleaning a butcher block countertop is that it needs more TLC than your average stone or marble counter. Since this specific material is wood, you can't just spray it down with a typical cleaning spray and be done with it. Read more below to determine what exactly you need to do in order to have a clean butcher block countertop.

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How to Clean Your Fridge's Water Dispenser

  Montanna Lussier  |    14 August 2019  |    House Cleaning Tips,  |    Kitchen,  |    All Natural

Don't Overlook This Simple Chore!

Something most people never think about is the cleanliness of their water dispenser. Over time, however, your water may start coming out of the fridge slower than normal, or it may taste a little off. Our best recommendation for a natural, non-chemical way of cleaning is using distilled vinegar. Vinegar has many cleaning uses around the kitchen, and we're here to tell you how to use it to make your water dispenser as good as new.

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