Holiday Cleaning

by Ryan Rackley July 12, 2016

Holiday Cleaning

Holiday Cleaning

I spent some time with  relatives  this last year, I must say, I enjoyed visiting with family and getting caught up on some topics, maybe that’s the only thing it is really about, but I do have to speak my mind!

Spending most of my life in the cleaning industry, mixing and formulating different products for companies and for our retail customers, which is my life desire. I must say, it always astounds me to visit someone, especially family and friends, where they can’t spend just a little time to make sure that even the kids rooms were presentable. I really didn’t see 3 square inches of floor space in this room, there was so much crap all over, let alone having a half way clean bathroom, we set a beautiful table for Thanksgiving, along with about 20 boxes of extra junk in the corner of the dining room, it was a wonder we all fit!

It made me wonder, how some people get to the point where they just don’t care, nor do they teach their own children how to be grown adults and enter the world of the living, to function for themselves! Most the time they end up with no skills on how to keep a clean home, nor do they even care.

Holidays, some dread them, others get a running start to make sure friends and family can see out of their living room windows, set on a clean toilet seat, how about a clean kitchen cabinet door, so their hand doesn’t stick to the wood?

I have a few good cleaning tips to get you started.

Holiday Cleaning

  1. Let’s clean the Kitchen Cabinets: Touch of Oranges Wood Cleaner, easy to clean, results are fingerprint free surfaces.
  2. Let’s give those Kitchen Cabinets a new look, Touch Of Beeswax Wood Preserver, repair old wore, water damaged, dry surfaces.
  3. Shower Doors, sinks, windows, use Bring It On Cleaner for tough water stains and spots. Pair this product with the Drill Brushes and Pads and do the work in half the time.
  4.  Dust high ceiling with our amazing long extension and static Duster.

    Grab a container of your favorite disinfectant and this should do the job for you, along with these fantastic recommended cleaning products.  Before you know it, your home will be ready for any relative or friend, don’t let them write a Blog about how your home looks in the future.

    Clean Smarter Not Harder.



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