Taking out the trash always seems to be a chore no one wants to do, and forgetting to replace the trash bag happens more than we would probably like to admit. To make things easier on yourself, fold a few trash bags flat and lay them in the bottom of your trash can. This way, when the bag comes out, there’s one waiting right there to replace it! This is also helpful if guests are coming to visit or if you’re having a BBQ or party. If someone helps out with clean up, they don’t have to find someone to ask or search the cupboards.
We love our pets, but let’s face it, the hair they leave behind on our carpets and couches isn’t so great. This month’s tip is a quick and easy cleaning hack to help keep pet hair under control and off your floors! Most of us know how wonderful a squeegee is to clean the shower or windows, but running it across the carpet will help loosen the hair making it much easier to vacuum up after picking up the larger bits of loose hair.
While leather is great for upholstery as spills and messes can easily be cleaned off of it, it is important to note that there are several types of leathers, and those different type can have different finishes which makes it very important to care for leather based on what it is. The IICRC website recommends having leather cleaned by certified technicians who will be able to identify the products that will best suit the specific type of leather in your home, rather than using a “one size fits all” product for a DIY clean.
One of the most often overlooked carpet cleaning tips involves drying. Drying thoroughly before continuing regular use can prevent new stains from quickly setting in or indentations from settling into the pile. That is why we focus on getting your carpets dry as quickly as possible.