Chores are not generally fun, nor does anyone even want to do them. The simple word, chore, does not depict the best view of a the activity. The dictionary defines chore as (1) a small or odd job; routine task (2) chores, the everyday work around a house or farm and (3) a hard or unpleasant task i.e. Solving the problem was quite a chore. With all this negativity, how do your get the family to unite to help out with the work around the house? How about creating some new ways to get chores done. And how about adding some fun into the overall process of weekend chores? These three steps can help you get the family involved and keep them involved in helping keep your home clean. Read More
Home Maintenance Tip: Clean the Oven
With Thanksgiving and the rest of the holidays coming up, what a great time to tackle that one maintenance task that everyone forgets but can make the difference in the way your meals taste. That’s right the cleaning the oven task! Cleaning the oven can be done easily with the right tools and cleaning solutions. What better way to get ready for the baking and the cooking and the anticipation of delicious tasting food ready to eat during the next few months! Read More
HomeZada Fall Cleaning Checklist to Help Get Those Tasks Completed
Fall is upon us and what a great time to get some quick cleaning done that we often forget. When the weather starts getting cooler and we are stuck inside, this is the time to tackle cleaning. Getting these tasks completed can easily be done every couple of weekends. Fall is a great time to clean and prepare for the germs getting ready to enter the home. Especially if you have kids going back to school. It is going to start getting dark soon, so making sure all light bulbs are working will prevent injury. Also checking outside lights will help when returning home after a night out. Use this fall cleaning checklist to get you started on your fall cleaning schedule.
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10 Tips for a Clean Home with Pets
Pets can be the apple of our eye and certainly become members of the family. However, pets like cats and dogs come with fur that shed and behavior patterns that are different than the human family members. Can we live with our pets and still keep a clean home? We can and here are some tips to help keep your home clean while living with your furry family members.
Vacuum and Sweep Often
If you have more than one pet or pets that shed quite a bit, it is good practice to vacuum your home often. Vacuuming at least once a week is good to avoid hair build up around your home. For hard surfaces, like tile or hardwood, you may not need to get the vacuum out every week and may be able to use a Swifter Read More
Dirtiest Places in Your House … Time to Get Cleaning
So often we forget to clean some of the simplest, but the dirtiest places in the home. Germs, grime and dirt can be found in a lot of inconspicuous areas of the home. Without proper cleaning, these germs can lead to illness of family members or transferring the dirt from one area and to another area. Let’s look at some of the dirty areas in your home and how best to get them clean.
That is right! Many people forget to wipe down light switches because they under estimate the use of the switches. However, people coming and going, turning on and off lights and with what kinds of hands could lead to who knows what kind of dirt. Not to mention, dirty hands lead ugly light switches on nice beautiful walls. Read More