People who work in hospitals know the difference between cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting. Most consumers haven't got a clue and often use the words sanitizing and disinfecting interchangeably. In ordinary times that's probably okay. With Covid19, we all need to understand the …
There aren't too many homeowners who like cleaning but it's something that has to get done. The question then is who and how cleaning chores get done and you (women) have to do it all.
My granddaughters now have to vacuum and mop the great room every week when they sleep over ... and hopefully some day the ant attacks will stop, soon I hope. What are your cleaning challenges and solutions?
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Some of us are cleaning nuts but most (myself included) do the bare minimum. Now we're all learning how to wash our hands the right way. Maybe it's also time to learn new house cleaning rules that will keep our home and families safe for many years. Like many of my articles, one often leads …
Our home is where we relax and enjoy life with our family. Home is where we feel safe ... but how safe are we? This article explores what we touch in our homes to identify what we need to clean more often. Why? The Coronavirus is highly contagious. To minimize how one person can pass the virus to …
Most people have heard a few stories about mold, often stories about toxic mold making people sick. There are many types of mold so mold testing is the critical first step in any mold remediation process. Yesterday my flooded house was tested for mold using air sample and swab testing techniques. …
With a flooded house you've got to get rid of the water first, then prop up furniture so it can dry out. Then it's time to find and dry wet and soggy things that oops, got wet because they were sitting on the floor. You have to do this in the first day or two, to avoid mold growing in your house …
If we're honest, very few people like cleaning their house. You might think you're worse than everyone else when it comes to house cleaning, but you've got company. And when you visit friends and their home seems so neat and organized, it's likely they made a quick pass through the house just before …