Hello and welcome to my cleaning blog. Cleaning can bring you a lot of joy. Without it, our homes and businesses would literally be covered in old food, dust, and garbage. My name is Penny, and in this blog, I'm going to cover cleaning techniques and tips for staying organized. Whether you are trying to wash a stain out of a shirt or keep on top of the vacuuming, I hope these posts help. I also plan to write about hiring professional cleaners for your home, office, or even your industrial facility. My hope is that this blog brings you as much joy as a clean space.
2 March 2022
Mold removal is one of the toughest bathroom cleaning challenges many homeowners face! You know how it goes. First, mold starts growing very slowly in select spots around the bathtub or shower. You clean it with bleach and think it is gone only to find it comes right back. Eventually, the mold spreads and grows on all the caulking around the tub, up the wall, and on the tile's grout. At this point, you start wondering if it is even possible to completely remove the mold once and for all.
16 February 2022
How do you compare washing utensils with hot and cold water? Hot water is preferred for washing because it achieves better results. It is better at breaking down oils and grease, which are in most contaminants and grime found on exterior walls and other outdoor structures like the patio. Hot water residential power washing services use heated water in their pressure cleaners instead of the usual cold water cleaning. This type of cleaning is growing in popularity for several reasons.
24 January 2022
You can make decent money as a window washer, depending on who you service — residential or commercial clients, or both — and how much you want to work. In general, this is a service that you can charge for by the hour or on a per-window basis, whichever works best for you. The average window washing service costs around $213 nationally. Your services may be more or less on average, depending on your local economy and other factors.
5 January 2022
Mold is often considered a four-letter word in real estate. While it technically does have four letters, it shouldn't be something that new homeowners necessarily freak out about. Here's what you need to know. Disclosure A home's seller must disclose any current or previously known mold problems by law. Ask your real estate agent to see the Property Disclosure Statement and read it over thoroughly. While this is a good first step, it does not end your due diligence in terms of mold.
8 December 2021
It's impossible to maintain clean and sanitary indoor spaces without routinely washing your rugs and carpets. Since they are laid on your floors, they accumulate most of the dirt around your house, and after a while, they should be professionally cleaned. Many homeowners prefer steam cleaning over other carpet cleaning methods because it doesn't use any detergent that might leave residue in their rugs. Professional carpet steam cleaning allows you to sustain a fresh indoor environment by following a simple daily floor cleaning routine.