Ward Off Vacuum Cleaner Breakdowns With These Care and Maintenance Tips

Vacuums always seem to break at the worse times -- like when you have a party in an hour or your mother is about to come over. While there is nothing you can do to prevent vacuum breakdowns completely, taking proper care of your vacuum cleaner will reduce the chances of a breakdown calamity. Follow these simple care and maintenance tips, and your vacuum will thank you. Check the bag fullness before each use. Read More 

Why Wooden Spoons Are More Prone To E Coli (And Treatment Methods)

E coli is a dangerous food-borne bacteria that can cause a wide range of health problems. It is present in many foods and can be spread by utensils. Unfortunately, it turns out that your favorite wooden spoons and utensils are especially prone to infection! Why is that the case and what can you do to stop it? And can home cleaning services help? Wooden Spoons Are More Porous While wooden spoons and other wooden utensils add a unique style to your kitchen, they are more susceptible to bacterial infection than plastic or metal utensils. Read More 

Carpeting Ground Rules For Kid Visits

Whether you are a doting grandparent, auntie, or just have friends with kids, it is important that you enjoy kid visits while at the same time protecting your home. If you have just cleaned or replaced your carpeting, incorporate some ground rules for kids in your home. This will help to will alleviate stress as well as carpet damage. Here are four ground rules you can have in your home for kid visits when it comes to protecting your carpeting. Read More 

Deck Cleaning: Three Things You Need To Know Before Restoring Your Deck

Restoring your deck helps to remove the damage that comes from exposure to the elements, but it requires more than adding a new layer of stain to the wood. You'll want to have the deck cleaned before you begin your restoration process. Here are just a few things you need to know about having your deck cleaned before attempting to restore the wood. The Pros And Cons of Power Washing Read More 

Kid-Safe Methods For Removing Stains And Odors From Your Carpet

When you have kids, you might want to steer clear from using conventional carpet stain and odor removers on your carpets. Many kids are sensitive to ingredients in these products and may react poorly if they rub against them or accidentally ingest them when playing on the rug. A safer way to approach carpet cleaning and deodorizing when you have an active little one is with the following methods. Stain Removal: The Vinegar and Dish Soap Solution Read More