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Time To Clean



Whether You Have Just 10 Minutes or All Day, We'll Help You Make The Most Of Every Second. This Is Going To Be Easier Than You Think.

Whole-house cleaning, the way we normally think about it, seems daunting right? We all want that fresh results, but let's face it most of us can't clear their calendars for a day or for an entire weekend to clean every room and surfaces in our home. With that in mind, there is no rule that all the tough jobs (Window cleaning, oven deep cleaned, and so on... Have to be cleaned all done all at once. In fact, we can chip away at them over the course of a few days or even the weekend. If you're not sure where to start because it seems a bit over whelming. Think about the areas of your home in which you would spend most time cleaning Ex. (kitchen, bathroom, or family room). Start by making a plan. By writing a to-do list down will help break it down. This will help by organizing what your going to do and will help make it easier for you to remember what to clean. Also when you check it off your list it feels good and can get addicting to accomplish the task at hand.




Use a dusting wand on all surfaces. if you have a few minutes to spare, break out the furniture polish for extra shine.

Doors & Switches

They're most often overlooked, but fingerprints & smudges on doors and light switches are downright maddening once you notice them. The good news is they're quickly removed with a damp microfiber cloth.

Ceiling Fans

Place a pillowcase over each fan blade & pull it toward you to collect the dust. The debris will stay contained inside the pillowcase rather than drifting onto the floor. Then wipe the blades with a microfiber cloth dipped in warm, soapy water. If you are trying to wash the blades before dusting, the surface will become muddy & harder to Clean.


Wipe with a microfiber cloth dampened with a solution of a few drops of dishwashing liquid & warm water.

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