Bathrooms are one of the most avoided areas to clean in your home, but why? Whatever the case may be whether it is because of the moisture in the room, the germs or strong products it still has to get done. Did you know that even though you dumped bleach and scrub your entire bathroom you still might have been cleaning it wrong the entire time?
Here we have listed reasons why your bathroom isn’t getting the efficient cleaning it deserves.
A leaky faucet can waste gallons of water and drive up your water bill, which is why it’s important to fix that drip! Don’t ignore leaky faucet in your bathroom or kitchen, whether it’s the cause of the bothersome dripping sound or the water puddling under your sink. Ignoring these problems could result in a larger issue, but fortunately, stopping a leaky faucet is inexpensive and simple to complete on your own!
A furnace is in your home to help heat it. A furnace filter is in your home to ensure that the air you are breathing is of a good quality. There are an abundance of furnace filter types. There are disposable and non-disposable. Among these there is a rating that the filters are given to tell how high the quality of the filter is. The higher the number the better the quality.
A kitchen can be invested in germs. However, if you follow these simple steps, you will be living the easy life when it comes to a clean kitchen. This week in our Mini-Series we will be bringing you tips on how and when to clean different parts of your kitchen.
As the winter months are approaching, families will be spending a lot more time inside and that means more contact with each other and more importantly germs. So we have brought to you a Mini-Series! Every week, for the next couple weeks we will be bringing you a new room to clean in your home. This week…? The Bathroom.
A garbage disposal can be super helpful in the kitchen for clean up, but every now and then the disposal itself needs to be cleaned up as well. We have a quick way to absorb the smell from your garbage disposal and clean the unit as well.
Unclogging your kitchen sink shouldn’t have to require the use of harsh chemicals. With these safe, inexpensive and natural products — it doesn’t have to! All that you will need to accomplish this task is a box of baking soda, a bottle of white vinegar, a rag and a pot full of boiling water.