COVID-19 We are Here to Help: We will be taking extra precautions in our cleaning practices during this time to keep you and your family safe. Our team will be using disinfectant to wipe down commonly touched surfaces such as alarm key pads, phones, light switches, remote controls, lamp switches, door knobs, oven handles, refrigerator handles, microwave door handles, cabinet and drawer hardware, toilet handles, etc.

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Time and Money Saving Tips

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Time and Money Saving Tips

Coffee Grounds

Use your morning pick-me-up to eliminate odors in the fridge. Simply place coffee grounds, new or used, in a bowl on a shelf. Replace them every two months for a fresh, slightly caffeinated smell.

White Vinegar

Keep your dishwasher extra clean with white vinegar. Pour ½ cup into the detergent cups and run the empty machine for a complete cycle. Cleaning tips: you can also use a few tablespoons of powdered laundry bleach, Tang or lemon-flavored Kool-Aid (it must be lemon) for the same results.

 Dryer Sheets

Get baked-on foods off pots and pans with these laundry cleaning tips. Just place a dryer sheet in a pot, fill with water and let sit overnight, then sponge off the next morning. The anti-static agent weakens the bond between the stuck-on food and the surface of the pan, while the fabric softener works its loosening magic.

Disinfecting Wipes

Grab a few disinfecting wipes to give faucets, sinks, tubs, toilet seats—you name it—an easy daily touch-up.

Vinegar and Rags

Get rid of lime buildup on sinks by soaking an old rag in vinegar, then wrapping it around the faucet and clasping with a hair clip. Let sit for an hour, then take off rag and dry faucet.

 

Vinegar

For one of our most popular cleaning tips ever, fill a spray bottle with white vinegar to clean chrome and stainless-steel fixtures, and to remove scum, grime and mildew from your bathtub, tile or shower curtain.

 

Get Rid of That Nasty Smell in Your Shoe Closet with… An Onion?

As counterproductive  as it sounds, use a cut onion to remove odors. Just leave the onion out overnight to absorb all the nasty smells; when the onion smell fades, so will the other lingering odors.

 

Keep Fruit Flies Out by Sticking 20-30 Cloves in Apples or Oranges

Fruit flies hate the smell of cloves, and hanging an orange pincushion full of cloves keeps them away naturally.

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