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House Cleaning Tips

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Are you looking for house cleaning tips to help keep your home in tip top shape?

Perhaps this section can help relieve the stress of keeping up with your home.

There is no question that house cleaning is an art, along with a workout! So this section is dedicated to helping you with the cleaning and organizing of your home.

I'll never forget, about 20 years ago, a friend of mine called me and asked me for some cleaning tips. (I was not in the business back then, but I guess I had a reputation for having a clean house.)

At first, I thought she was kidding, then I realized, she was very serious. Things had changed in her household, she worked full time, and needed a way to work through the chaos. I did my best to talk her through it. Sometimes, house cleaning can really become overwhelming.

This is one of the reasons I wanted to create a section of this website devoted to house cleaning tips. Even though I know our services are very affordable, I also know everyone can not always take advantage of them. So, hopefully, this section will help many of you keep a happy healthy home for you and your family.

Please check back often. Whenever I have an idea, I'll post it.

And I ask you to share your ideas and questions. You never know who you could be helping.

If you want to ask me about these house cleaning tips, please click here.

House Cleaning Tips

Tip #1 Front Doors

(July 14, 2012) 

Do you ever notice other people's front doors?  I'm starting to believe that the only people that actually use it now a days, are guests!  I really think we are all so used to coming and going through our garage, that the main entrance is pretty much ignored.  More.....

Tip #2 - The Flu

(October 30, 2012) Everywhere I go lately, businesses are offering flu shots.

Well, I have something else I want you to consider and perhaps add to your fight with the flu: Door Knobs!

We all know about washing our hands, but when was the last time you disinfected all your door knobs and light switches?

If you are one of our clients, we started to to disinfect all your door knobs and light switches the day school started to every cleaning we preform at your home (and business).

If you are not one of our customers, it only takes a few minutes. It may make your winter happier and healthier!

Do you have a cleaning tip or a cleaning question?

I like to think of this area as a cleaning help line. If you are looking for help keeping your home in tip top shape - or, it you have some great ideas that can make life easier for somebody else, here is a great place to post it.

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