“Spring Cleaning” is one of those chores that no one enjoys yet it still needs to be done.
Today I’m sharing some cleaning tips & tricks to keep your home in top shape year-round. Between Our cleaning Visits.
Quite often I come across something while browsing online that just amazes me. Things that force me to wonder “Why didn’t I know about this sooner!!!”
Hope these TIPS help you in keeping Your Home clean.
* Tile floors/grout:
Tile does NOT need a lot of Cleaners to make them look fabulous. NO ACID based cleaners are good for GROUT, Steaming is best, or WATER only mopping.
A lot of Homes in The Villages had never been SEALED after being built, so this caused the grout to darken over a short period of time. Which then cause the Home Owners to need to call in Grout Cleaning Professionals to clean & seal.
*Wood floors put up with a lot of wear and tear on a daily basis, which is why a cleaner that’ll banish tracked-in dirt, sticky spills, and ground-in grime is so important. BONA is My favorite for Laminate & Hard wood floors. It’s Not STICKY at all. This should be done 2/3 times a month depending on Traffic in your HOME.
* I also HIGHLY recommend the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. For tons of cleaning in your HOME. Great for doors, kitchen counter tops (not granite), cabinets, soap scum in showers, sinks, shines up Faucets, glass shower doors, & much more…
* Every home needs Micro Fiber clothes, they come in handy for dusting, glass doors, windows, great for Counter top cleaning.
* Fill a dish wand with half vinegar and half dawn dish soap. Keep the wand in your shower. Before taking a shower, scrub the walls with the wand then rinse off. This helps with Soap scum.
* Rings in toilets:
Pummie Stones are the BEST for this job. They are like the stone used for your pedicure. Great on Nasty rings/water lines.
* Granite/Stone counter Tops:
WEIMANN has an Excellent affordable line of products or 409 STONE CLEANER is great also.
* Ever Home needs Swiffer Duster to Dust in Tight places.
Hope My tips help you with your Home’s Needs…(and of course call Lisa if you would like some help!)