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Common Home Cleaning Mistakes to Avoid

When you put off cleaning your house, you increase the chances of harboring mold, bacteria and dust-borne allergens that hurt your health and the longevity of your furniture and electronics. A regular cleaning schedule ensures that your cleaning chores won't take as long and that you'll have fewer problems to worry about in your home. ...

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Deep Clean Your House Room by Room

Your home is where the heart is — and as the setting for your family dinners, lazy Sunday mornings, busy weeknights and special moments spent together, your heart is your house. While renting or owning a house brings its own brand of joy, it also comes with a bundle of responsibilities — from balancing the bills and money management to more physical home needs like maintenance, repair and, most importantly, cleaning. When you're busy packing lunches, cooking dinners and keeping up with the kids' schedules while juggling your work life every day, sometimes those little cleaning and upkeep tasks can slip through the cracks and start to pile up, leaving you with a less-than-clean abode by the time you catch your breath and have time to look around. ...

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What Your House Cleaner Wants You to Know

House cleaning services can be the perfect addition to your home and can help you balance your work-life schedule. These tips will provide you with what you should know when hiring a house cleaner. If you're in the Baltimore area, you can trust Thai Cleaning Services. A locally owned service that is insured as well as licensed and bonded, we'll quickly become the reliable and trustworthy helping hand you never knew you needed. Reach out to us now for more information. ...

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How to Clean Wood Floors

The process of cleaning wood floors is much smoother than you might think. While hardwood floors may seem like they require more maintenance than carpet or tile, they're easy to clean — if you have the right information and guidance. ...

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How to Properly Wash Dishes

Leaving caked-on pots and pans sitting out overnight without any soak or rinse is something we all do from time to time. Certain dishwashing hacks will help if you've got some heavy stains to deal with. One trick is to combine water and 1/4 cup of baking soda. Heat the mix to a boil. Remove the mixture from heat, and pour it into the dirty pot. Soak with the baking soda mixture for one hour, and voila — the food lifts right off. ...

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