How Often Should I Dust?

How Often Should I Dust?

Dust is the composition of dead skin cells, pet dander, dust mites excrement and dirt. It’s inevitable with everyday wear and tear in a home, especially if you wear your shoes inside.  Other than being agitating to a person sensitive to dust or allergens, it can also...
How to Maintain Granite Counter tops

How to Maintain Granite Counter tops

Granite is a great option for kitchen or bathroom counters; they are durable, easy to clean and last for a long time… as long as they are well maintained! Although granite can handle the wear of everyday life, it’s important to maintain the upkeep of the stone in...
How To Deep Clean Your Wood Floors

How To Deep Clean Your Wood Floors

Although many think of carpeting or area rugs when it comes to deep cleaning, you floors can hold dust or dirt too! The worst part is, it’s more likely to let allergens go through the air as traffic going through the flooring. To keep allergens or dust at a minimum,...
The Science Behind a Stain

The Science Behind a Stain

A common question our customers ask before an item is cleaned is if their staining will come out. It’s a complicated question with a complicated answer, because you wouldn’t be able to find the answer without trying first. There are many factors that could cause a...
Home Projects for Spring Cleaning

Home Projects for Spring Cleaning

Everyone has been getting into the swing of things with cleaning full force in their homes. With spring just starting, it’s a good idea to think about what projects you can tackle while you clean! We put together a list of things to take advantage of while you do your...
How to Deep Clean Your Mudroom

How to Deep Clean Your Mudroom

With our spring cleaning series just getting started, what better place to clean than a room that literally has “mud” in the title? That’s right; we’re making our list for mudroom deep cleaning today. For a place that collects dirt, grime, germs and dust, it may be...
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