The best way to keep your home clean and neat is not by buying the most expensive or aggressive cleaning products your find in the local store, but by adopting a few practical habits. Make some minor changes in your daily life and you will easily keep your house in a perfect condition not only once or twice a week but all the time. Read more
People often fail to draw the line between a babysitter and a housekeeper thinking that both professions pretty much do the same. While in some countries this might be the case, when we talk about Chicago professional services, there is a difference between the two. We will look at this issue below and will clarify some important details. Read more
The best thing about having a pet is that you have a furry friend who will always love you no matter what. The downside is that being a pet owner also involves a lot of cleaning. No matter whether you have a dog, cat, rabbit or any other domestic animal, you always need to spend a good amount of time cleaning after your pet. And if that was not enough, pet owners often need to sanitize their homes on more a more regular basis. Having a furry friend means that your home will be threatened by:
- Various smells
- Animal hair
- Stubborn stains
Perhaps the most frustrating thing about cleaning is that without any obvious reasons our homes somehow get dirty. Even if you do not do anything specific, your furniture, floor and decorations will still need to be sanitized. Along with the “invisible” factors there are a number of very visible ones and we will try to point out some of the most likely reasons to why we are forced to clean our house or apartment. Read more
You may think that cleaning your home regularly is all that it takes to keep it free from bacteria and germs. Well, that is not the case. You can wipe, polish and sweep your house as often as you want to, but if you do it the wrong way, it will take you nowhere.
Not cleaning your cleaning tools and appliances
That is one of the most common cleaning crimes that people commit. Rinsing or soaking your sponge with water may make it less greasy and smelly, but it will not stop the bacteria on it from breeding. Therefore, make sure you sanitize it every few days by putting it in the dishwasher or by heating it in the microwave for a couple of minutes when wet. Keeping cleaning appliances like dishwashers and vacuum cleaners is also important, as it will enable them to work better and it will also prolong their life cycle. Also, don’t forget to regularly empty the rubbish collector of your vacuum machine because, sooner or later, things will get smelly.
Are you tired of using toxic and chemical based detergents for the sanitation of your ceramic sink? If you are, keep reading because we will present you a tutorial which will permit you to clean your sink with eco-friendly products which won’t emit any unpleasant odors or harm the skin on your hands. Read more