One of the most common allergens found in our homes are dust mites. These tiny microscopic creatures live in your beddings, carpets and similar environments, and feed off on the dead skin that you shed every day. They breed and multiply very fast and produce tons of waste. A single dust mite can produce waste that is 200 times its body weight, during its lifetime. Unfortunately for us, this waste can trigger allergies and similar health complications. So, take a look at 10 different ways you can get rid of dust mites:
What’s the dirtiest place in your house? Your Toilet? Nope! Your toilet doesn’t even make the list. In fact, the answers that researches have consistently come up with, may surprise you. The most germ affected places in your home are, more often than not, in your kitchen – the place where you prepare the food that goes into your body!!
So, without further ado, let’s take a look at the 12 dirtiest places in your house and how you can clean them:
The best time to clean out a stain from your carpet is as soon as the spill occurs. But, it’s not always possible. Sometimes you’re busy. Sometimes you just forget. Few weeks pass by, even months, and before you know it, you’re stuck with an old stain that is clinging to your carpet like a leech. Don’t worry though, not everything’s lost. With a few simple tricks you can get rid of those pesky stains, whether they’re a few weeks old or a few years.
To help you remove old stains from your carpets, we have compiled a list of 7 general cleaning tricks that would work for most stains and 2 specific removal methods for specific types of stains.
Is your Carpet looking a bit dull? The colors are a bit off and there seem to be quite a few stains that have not been removed completely. If that is the case, then, what your carpet needs is a thorough deep cleaning.
Clean and fresh furnishing can add a unique charm to any room. But keeping it that way can be a bit of a struggle – especially if you have kids and pets running around. To make your cleaning duties a little easier, we have come up with a complete guide on how to clean upholstery.
When it comes to upholstery cleaning and maintenance, a lot of things need to be considered. You need to clean it regularly using the right products. Cleaning it too often or using the wrong products can damage the upholstery. On the other hand, not cleaning it often enough could affect your health. Navigating all the dos and don’ts of upholstery cleaning can be a bit daunting, which is why we’re here to help. So, let’s get started:
Antiquing is quickly turning into a popular hobby. And since you’re reading this blog, I think it’s safe to assume that you’ve caught the antiquing bug as well.
So, perhaps you’ve got a piece of old furniture laying around – something your grandma left you. Or maybe you found a promising antique at a garage sale or a thrift shop. But before you turn it into your next antique restoration project, here are a few questions you need to ask yourself:
Water Damage is a common, yet frustrating problem for most homeowners. It not only damages your property but also has adverse effects on your health. The best way to prevent water damage is by understanding the reasons behind it, and then finding ways to avoid it. So, to help you along, we have listed down five of the major causes of water damage:
Cleanliness is very important for health reasons. But sometimes, the artificial chemicals in the cleaners we use cause a lot of harm to our health. Using Green cleaning products not only protects our health, they also save the environment. There are several reasons you should use green cleaning products. Here are seven of them.
They seem rather harmless. They look clean, so you think they can’t really be that dirty. But underneath their seemingly clean exterior, your carpets may be holding lots of dirty secrets that could cause various health problems and potentially harm you or your families’ health.