These cleaning tricks will help keep your house looking newer longer, not to mention they will save you time in the long run.
Don’t you just love that new house smell? Our new homes in Tampa and new homes in Pinellas County receive a “final clean” before we hand over the keys to the new owners. So what can you do to keep that house like new? Since cleaning house is a mandatory chore, it’s nice to know that there are actually some things we can do to clean better and in less time than before. Check out “33 Meticulous Cleaning Tricks For The OCD Person Inside You” from Buzzfeed by clicking here.
You might have known some of these cleaning tricks already like the many uses of vinegar, but there are some other great ideas that we bet you didn’t know. For example, if your kitchen has a chrome faucet like the one at 12330 N Rome Ave, did you know that you can prevent water spots and finger prints by rubbing it with wax paper? This home for sale in Tampa has a gorgeous kitchen that features stainless steel appliances and a stylish chrome faucet. Finger prints all over everything is not a good look. This “Elaine” plan has been cleaned and is ready now for its first owners.
Did you know that you can use WD-40 to erase scuff marks on floors? Did you know that a slice of a Magic Eraser in the toilet overnight will remove any toilet ring with no scrubbing required? How about using a dryer sheet to keep your baseboards clean – who thinks of this stuff? From removing carpet stains with an iron to dusting your blinds with a sock, these cleaning tricks are designed to help you be more thorough and efficient. The big idea is to free up more of your time to really enjoy your new home.
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