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Tips To Declutter Before The Holiday Season

August 8, 2016

The weather outside may not be frightening, but before you know it the holiday season will be upon us. The holiday season brings with it cheer—and lots of other stuff. Before it’s time to exchange gifts with family, you should declutter your home. Follow these tips and you’ll be ready to tackle the holidays with a clutter-free home. Create a checklist Before you get started, create a checklist for each room in your house. Don’t forget about bathrooms, the basement and attic. The checklist should have the name of the room on it and the areas of the room that need to be decluttered. For example, the checklist for the master bedroom might say: Master bedroom Closet Under the bed…

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Tips For Cleaning Up After A Tile Job

August 1, 2016

New tile can revamp any room. Whether you’ve hired a professional to replace your linoleum floors with gorgeous tile, or you’ve taken the DIY route and done it yourself, you still need to clean up afterwards. Cleaning up after a tile job isn’t as hard as you may think. Here are some tips that’ll turn your newly tiled room into the cleanest room in your house. You will need: three microfiber cloths, a bucket, water and Borax. Cleaning floors You’ll need to wait 24 hours before you can start cleaning to ensure the tile has been set and the trim molding is back in place. Once that’s done, it’s time to start cleaning. Wash the floor with water and a…

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How To Remove Pet Urine Stains From Hardwood Flooring

July 25, 2016

You’ve spent all that money on a beautiful hardwood floor only for your beloved pet to leave urine stains all over the area. This can be a challenging issue for any homeowner. If you speak to contractors, they may recommend that you replace the entire floor to achieve a new appeal to the home. But fortunately there’s a far more cost-effective option for removing pet urine stains from hardwood. In this article, we’ll go through the cleaning process. Use Hydrogen Peroxide First, you’ll need to pour hydrogen peroxide on the stain directly. The peroxide should be covered with a hydrogen peroxide-soaked rag as well to keep the pressure on the space and ensure the solution maintains contact with the stain.…

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