Holidays are a time for family and friends. Typically, this time period involves a lot of preparation for celebrations and guests. And, that means getting your house cleaned before, during, and after the festivities.
For any host, organizing and cleaning can be daunting and exhausting. Just like any task, you will need proper planning to ensure that cleaning is efficient and no effort is wasted. When you have everything, from the basics to deep-cleaning, planned out, you will not miss any spot uncleaned.
Here is your holiday cleaning checklist.
The problem that many homeowners have in the bathroom and kitchen is the amount of mineral spots and stains that accumulate on shower doors, faucets and windows. No matter where you are in the country you will most likely experience some type of hard water at some point.
The key is to find the right product that will remove mineral buildup on almost any surface. Now finding the right product is not always that easy, because of the amount of products that are on the shelves today. The product that I have had the most success with is called the Bring It On Cleaner Hard Mineral Remover.
The problem with wood burning fireplaces is that overtime your fireplace glass begins to darken from the smoke residue. After a while you cannot even see the flames and loose the ambiance of the fire. This is an ongoing problem throughout the winter, so you need to find a fireplace glass cleaner that will remove the dark residue from the glass doors.
Fire glass cleaners are a dime a dozen, they claim that there's a specific product out there for only this application. In reality I have stumbled on a product that will not only clean my fireplace glass, but will clean my shower doors outside windows sinks and much more.
Do you have a grease or cooking oil stain on your granite countertop? The Problem is, how to clean stains on granite? Perhaps you spilled some oil or grease or your kids left a pizza box on the granite overnight. Common Problem!
You can easily remove oil from granite counter tops using a high-powered oxygen bleach. The key is to just have patience as the cleaning process could span a few days depending upon the density and porosity of the granite.