Shower doors do there part in keeping a shower enclosed and water detained. However they can be tricky to clean at times especially if they have been neglected for some time. The minerals in water cause stains that can be difficult to remove. A client taught me a trick I never knew of which consisted of using Jet Dry. You know the product that is used in our dishwashers to avoid stains. Makes sense when you think about it but I guess I never thought to try it in a shower! Add jet dry to a spray bottle with some water and watch it do tricks!
75 – 85% of household dirt is tracked in from outside. Keep it outside by sweeping driveways, porches, and sidewalks regularly. Make sure to add a doormat to both the inside and the outside of your doors.
Dust is an accumulation of tiny particles that includes paper, hair, pet dander, skin cells, cloth fibers, dirt, and more. Letting it build up can lead to allergies and other health problems, so it’s a good idea to keep it under control. There are cleaning methods, clutter remedies and filtration techniques that can drastically reduce the amount of dust you and your family breathe. Follow these tips!
Dust throughout your home with a microfiber rag and some polish to swoop up the dust.
Change and wash your sheets once a week. Change bedding and blankets every 3-4 weeks.
Beat down your rugs and couch cushions outside to eliminate dust every 3 months. Just give them a couple good wacks and let go of some steam!
Wipe down baseboards, boarders, and doors when your home is due for a deep cleaning
Remove clutter from your home.
Recycle old books and magazines because they create dust when they degrade over time
Change your air filter every 1-3 months
Groom your pets often and wash their bedding to cut down on fur and dander dust
Get a air purifier or place natural plants in your home for a natural purifier
Vacuum your home twice a week to suck up those dust bunnies
Mop often to get the dust that was missed from vacuuming