the holidays

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The holidays are a great time to get all of your friends and family together. However, having crowds of guests in your home is only as fun so long as they stay. As soon as everyone heads home again, you’re left with the mess to clean up and the stress of handling it all yourself.

And you’re not alone! 45 percent of Americans would rather skip Christmas because of all of the stress it causes them.

Fortunately, there are a couple of things that you can do to get your house back in order before you have to head back to work. Keep reading for some house cleaning tips that will let you enjoy the holidays instead of stressing!

Clean Pine Needles Off the Floor

Pine needles from your Christmas tree can be particularly hard to get rid of, especially as they can bury themselves in your carpeting. Due to their shape and size, both brooms and vacuums can struggle to pick them up. Vacuums can also be clogged by a relatively small amount of pine needles, as they can get stuck in the tube.

Thankfully, you can remove them as well as any surrounding debris using a lint roller. Though really designed for use to remove hair from clothes, it’ll work wonders for shed needles!

Use Steam Cleaners for Upholstery and Fabrics

A steam cleaner is much more effective and convenient for cleaning curtains, couches, and carpets than taking them into a dry cleaner. Steam cleaners will provide a deeper clean than any other tool you have, and can remove minor stains as well.

You should also consider using a steam cleaner to remove any dried candle wax or pine sap that may have fallen on the floor around your home. Just be sure to use something to scrape up all you can before going over it with your steam cleaner to melt it. At that point, you can just wipe it away.

Steam Your Microwave After the Holidays

After reheating leftovers over the holidays, the inside of your microwave can look like a battlefield. Fortunately, you can easily clean it by microwaving an entire lemon submerged in a bowl of water. The lemon juices and water will create a steam that will loosen food stuck to the interior of your microwave and also eliminate any remaining odors.

After that, all you have to do is wipe the microwave down with a damp paper towel to leave it sparkling and looking brand new!

Know When to Call the Professionals

Finally, the last holiday cleaning tip to always remember is that it’s okay to call a professional for help. The holidays are not supposed to be stressful, and if the mess that remains after your guests have left is simply too large for you to tackle, don’t be afraid to hire someone to do it for you!

Professional maid services will get the job done in no time at all — and you won’t have to lift a finger. This can save you a whole lot of stress, and ensure that you are properly rested once work starts again following the holiday season.

Interested in booking a cleaning? Contact our team at Elite Home Cleaners to book a session today!

microfiber cleaning cloth

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The average American spends about $50 per month buying cleaning supplies.

But quickly replacing these cleaning supplies is the powerful and handy microfiber cleaning cloth.

If you never used a microfiber cloth to clean your home, keep reading to learn tips and tricks and why microfiber works well.

What is A Microfiber Cleaning Cloth?

A microfiber cloth is a cloth made of tiny microfibers. These cloths are versatile, and the microfibers grab a variety of different debris, such as dust, germs, and food particles. This is because the fibers are charged and attract anything on a surface.

Not only will they clean just about any surface, from countertops to windows, to stainless steel, but the square footage of the cloth allows you to tackle surfaces with only one cloth! They’re also environmentally friendly and won’t pile up in landfills.

Contrary to popular belief, microfiber clothes do not kill bacteria. With their powerful microfibers, they absorb them off the surface and store them in the cloth. So, instead of spreading bacteria around with chemicals, you’re removing it.

How to Use a Microfiber Cleaning Cloth

Because of the versatility of microfiber cloths, there are several ways you can clean almost any surface in your house!

1. Countertops

Your countertops take the brunt of baking and cooking and are often coated in germs, grease, and grime. Microfiber cloths are stars at removing all of this. Wet a portion of the microfiber cloth and start scrubbing away.

It’s important to remember that you don’t want to saturate the microfiber cloth but dampen it.

2. Stainless Steel

Stainless steel shows many fingerprints and smudges, but they’re no match for microfiber! Damping a part of the cloth, wipe away the prints and other smears, and buff with a dry microfiber cloth until it shines.

3. Dusting

Dusting with a regular cloth moves the dust around to other surfaces. Microfiber cloth is perfect for dusting because they capture the soil inside the fabric, and there’s no need for wetting. Once you’re done dusting, vacuum the cloth to clean it.

4. Floors

90% of bacteria that’s in your home are tracked in through your shoes!. Microfiber cloth pads are available and attach to a mop to help you clean your floors. Because of the absorbancy of the microfiber, you’re properly removing all the germs and bacteria to ensure that your floors stay germ-free.

5. Glass

Microfiber cleans glass, too! With microfiber, you get a streak-free shine, and it’s incredibly easy. Run a damp microfiber cloth over the dirty parts of the mirror and buff it with the dry side.

How to Care For Microfiber Cloths

Maintaining the cleanliness of the microfiber cloth is simple.

Once you’re done using it, rinse it with hot water to clean it, making sure the running water is clear. This cleans the fibers.

Wash your microfiber cloths once a week if you’re using them frequently. Avoid bleaching or using fabric softener as this will damage the fibers. Air dry them or run them on a low cycle in the dryer.

Microfiber Cloths: Cleaning Made Easy

A microfiber cleaning cloth is a wonderful way to clean nearly every room in your house with just water, saving you both money and time!

Are you looking for a professional cleaner to help you clean your home? Contact us today to see how we can help!

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winter cleaning

Winter cleaning can be really dirty and messy! Not only is there slush and melting snow to deal with, but there’s also all the dirt and salt that comes in with it.

Is it even worth cleaning the floors and carpets, especially with kids and maybe a dog or two frequently running in and out and tracking in more winter mess each time? Even just clearing the driveway by yourself brings all that stuff inside.

Thankfully, we have some clean-up strategies to share with you though. So keep reading if you want to find out how to ease the “winter situation.”

Our Best Winter Cleaning Tips

It’s only been a short while since your major fall cleaning, assuming you had one. But you’re already overwhelmed with dirt and grime from outside. Let’s figure out what to do.

Lots of Large, Thirsty Doormats

Buy a super-absorbent doormat for each entryway in your house. And make sure everyone knows to leave their indoor shoes or slippers by the side of it, ready to exchange for the wet shoes and boots.

We recommend L. L. Bean’s large-sized Heavyweight Recycled Waterhog Doormat. at 32″ x 56″ and with rubber backing, this mat is sure to capture all the water that comes in.

A Shoe and Boot Drying Tray or Rack in the Garage or Foyer

There is nothing better than a shoe or boot rack at the door for drying and storing outdoor shoes. We have a couple of recommendations.

Purchased Boot Tray

One option is a Large Boot Tray With Drip Grids from Target. This is a good-sized boot tray, measuring 46-1/2″ L x 15-1/2″ W x 2″ D. The tray should hold around four pairs of boots.

Rack Made With Dowels or Used Broom Handles

A more creative and interesting boot solution is this DIY project. It requires some lumber and basic hardware but doesn’t look at all difficult to build.

A Mop and Bucket With Detergent and Salt Cleaner

Get Trax Buster Ice Melt Film Neutralizer and add it to a bucket with your usual floor-mopping liquid. You’ll probably need to mop frequently, but isn’t that better than having water and salt stain and/or damage your floors?

House Cleaning Services

You can always hire a house cleaning service to deal with the winter mess. They might not be available to clean every day, so you’ll have to do the routine tidying yourself.

But when they come, they’ll be thorough–and give lots of great winter cleaning tips. Before you know it, you’ll be wanting them to come even when there isn’t any snow, slush, or salt to deal with!

Winter’s Over Now, Right?

No, we’re afraid it’s just the conclusion to this article about winter cleaning. Alas, winter is only just beginning.

Enjoy it, though. Winter has its upsides too–the holidays, sledding, skating, and time indoors with the family playing games and watching TV together. People still do these things, don’t they?

If you live near Columbus, Ohio, we’d love to clean your house. Take a look at our website and read all our blog articles and great customer reviews. And if you like what you see, just give us a call!

christmas gift ideas for mom

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If you need Christmas gift ideas for mom, consider something a little out of the box this year.

The gift of time is priceless. Busy moms can spend so much time working and being mom, cleaning is often the last thing they want to spend their time on.

This guide will go everything you need to know about giving your loved one or friend the gift of residential cleaning services for the holidays.

Residential Maid Services Provide the Gift of Time

Everyone can use more time. Time is one of those resources that, unfortunately, isn’t unlimited. The crazy thing about time is no matter how much money you have, you aren’t able to buy more of it.

Cleaning a home takes a lot of time. From scrubbing floors to cleaning the oven and every surface in between, cleaning your home from top to bottom is a wonderful yet time-consuming feat.

When you’re trying to think of a Christmas gift idea for someone in your life, think of someone who needs more time. They might be just the person who could use a good home cleaning.

Not only will you be proving an amazing gift, but you’ll also be giving people something they can actually use. The world doesn’t need any more mom t-shirts and bad Christmas sweaters. Give the gift of time, peace of mind, and relaxation with a home cleaning instead of a bad gift.

Christmas Gift Ideas for Mom, Your Wife, Your Friends, or Family

If you need Christmas gift ideas for her, you may be shopping for your mom, your wife, your sister, daughter, or a friend. She doesn’t have to be a she either. Dads, your husband, brother, or friend, will also appreciate a clean home.

You can also gift a home cleaning at other times of the year as well. A clean home really makes an awesome gift for several occasions.

A home cleaning is a nice gift idea for someone who just moved, an expecting mom, or new parents. Any of these people could use the gift of time.

Cleaning a home while moving can be incredibly time-consuming. Not only will you want to clean your new home, but you’ll also typically need to do a move out cleaning and friend or family member can use this time for unpacking instead.

New parents or expecting parents are some of the people who need time the most. When you’re sleep-deprived and caring for a new little human, who has time to clean the house? Give these people a break and give the gift of a clean home.

The Gift That Keeps on Giving

If you’re looking to give a little bigger of a gift, you can also give multiple home cleanings. This can be a good gift for a group of people as well. Multiple people can chip in together to provide the gift of multiple cleanings.

If you need Christmas gift ideas for mom, fill out this form to request a quote. You can get a quote quickly and start gifting to your loved ones this holiday season.

facts about germs

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A clean home is a happy home.

In fact, studies show that keeping your home clean is beneficial for your mental health as well as your physical well-being.

However, just because it looks spotless, doesn’t necessarily mean it’s clean. Germs can be hiding in all sorts of places throughout your home. In this post, we’ll tell you the worst offenders.

Read on to find out 5 fascinating facts about germs in the home.

Things That Make You Go ‘Ew’: 4 Facts About Germs

No matter how clean you are, we can guarantee that nasty bacteria are lurking in these places within your home.

1. Faucet Handles are Covered in Bacteria

Even if you wash your hands frequently and thoroughly, your faucet handles will still be dirty.

Unless you have an automatic faucet, you can’t wash your hands without touching the handle first. In doing so, you’re transferring the dirt and bacteria from your hands onto the faucet, and back onto your hands when you turn it off.

To keep them as clean as possible, give your bathroom a thorough clean regularly.

2. Cutting Boards are Putting Bacteria on Your Food

Cutting boards commonly harbor a huge amount of bacteria, including different types of molds, and even salmonella.

When you cut into the board, you create an ideal space for that bacteria to grow. It’s small, damp, and hard to get out. That’s why it’s crucial that you give your cutting boards a good scrub with hot, soapy water after each and every use.

Otherwise, they’ll transfer harmful bacteria onto your food, which can result in food poisoning.

3. You Should Wash Your Bed Sheets More Often Than You Think

Your bed might be the most comfortable place in your home, but the idea of how much bacteria is hidden there is far from it.

Bed sheets are full of dust, mold, fungus, and allergens. Worst of all, they’re also full of the sweat we produce every night, which can add up to gallons! The combination of all these can result in some unpleasant household odors.

To combat this, it’s best to wash and change your bed linens once a week.

4. A Cell Phone is Dirtier Than a Toilet Seat

Of all of the bacteria-ridden things you might find in your home, your mobile phone could be the dirtiest.

This is because our hands are constantly touching them.

Think about it. When’s the last time you cleaned your phone screen? Giving it a quick wipe with your sleeve doesn’t count.

This oversight is why most phones carry 10 times more bacteria than a toilet seat.

Eradicate Germs the Easy Way

If these facts about germs have given you the urge to do a deep clean, let us do your dirty work for you.

At Elite Home Cleaners, our cleaning specialists will tackle your dirt and grime with ease. They can also come back for regular cleaning operations to keep your place spick and span.

Contact us for a quote today.

how to clean a stove top

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Oh no, there’s company coming for dinner, and the kitchen’s a wreck!

You can wash the floors, tidy up the dishes, and wipe down the counters, but there’s one difficult thing that remains: the stove.

There’s no way to get rid of all that baked-on grease and burnt food before they get here…unless you know the cleaning hacks that will make all the difference.

If you’ve been wondering how to clean a stove top that’s seen better days, keep on reading to find out.

How to Clean a Stove Top with Removable Burner Grates

Cleaning a range with removable burner grates is a two-step process.

First, remove the grates and flame caps from the stove and soak them in hot water mixed with heavy-duty degreasing dish soap. If they won’t fit in your sink, use a plastic tote bin from the dollar store. Soak them for at least a few hours (overnight is best) and scrub them down with steel wool.

Then, wipe down your stove with a mixture of lemon juice and white vinegar and a microfiber cloth to loosen up the cooked-on food. Make a paste with baking soda and soapy water and use that to scrub the remaining stains. For the most stubborn grease spots, you may need to use a handled razor blade to scrape them off.

If your stove has electric heating coils and drip pans, you may have to unplug the coils for cleaning. Don’t soak the coils in water—spray them down with the same solution you used to clean your stovetop and scrub them with a stiff nylon brush.

Cleaning a Flat Glass or Ceramic Stove

Glass and ceramic electric stoves are much more delicate and damage-prone than gas or propane ranges. As such, they won’t hold up to a lot of heavy scrubbing or scraping.

First, spray your stovetop down with white vinegar. Let it sit for 10-15 minutes and then wipe it off with a damp cloth. This will loosen up the baked-on bits and make the deep cleaning easier.

Then, sprinkle an even layer of baking soda over the entire stove. Cover it with a hot, damp towel and let it sit for another 15 minutes before using the towel to scrub the surface clean. The baking soda works as a mildly abrasive cleaner that won’t leave any scratches behind.

To polish it up afterward, spray your stove with one final round of vinegar and wipe it clean.

Preventing Stains and Build-Up in the Future

The best (and easiest) way to clean grease off a stove is to prevent it from ever building up in the first place.

Every time you use your stove, spray it down with some diluted white or apple cider vinegar and wipe it off to kill germs and remove stains. It only takes a few seconds after you use your stove to save yourself hours of scrubbing later on.

Can’t Seem to Get Your Stove Clean?

If you’ve tried and tried to clean your stove to no avail (or just don’t have the energy to tackle the project) it might be time to call in the professionals. At Elite Home Cleaners, we know how to clean a stove top with even the worst of baked-on grease.

Need help with scrubbing your stove or other kitchen and home cleaning tasks? Request a quote today from the cleaners that know the difference is in the details.

how to clean blinds

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If there’s any chore that seems to continually be put off until the last minute it’s cleaning the blinds. It’s tedious and time-consuming, but it doesn’t have to be difficult. What if you could learn how to clean blinds without having to schedule your whole day around your cleaning schedule? Keep reading to find out how to keep those blinds in tip-top shape in just a few minutes.

1. Vacuum Cleaner

If you notice a lot of extra dust hanging around your blinds, you might want to break out the vacuum cleaner. Using a vacuum cleaner with an attachment is a great way to pick up excess and debris on and around your blinds.

If you’re doing a more thorough cleaning, a vacuum cleaner will come in handy to collect all the dust that’s fallen to the ground. Be sure to vacuum your window sills as well to collect remaining dust.

2. Microfiber Cloth

A microfiber cloth is one of the best tools you can use when cleaning vinyl, wooden, and aluminum blinds. This is a top choice when it comes to giving your blinds a good wipe down. Microfiber cloths are positively charged, which helps them attract dust and dirt particles directly off your blinds. It’s also easy to clean and reuse for your next cleaning escapade.

3. Damp Towel

A damp towel is not only good for wiping down dust and dirt, but it’s also helpful in removing any small stains you might find on your blinds. You can use this damp towel to clean any kind of blinds, but be careful not to get your cloth too wet as it could damage them.

Using warm water or a mixture of water and dish soap to remove those stubborn stains and dust. A simple wipedown will make all the difference in the look of your blinds.

4. Use a Hair Dryer

Believe it or not, a hairdryer is great for those hard to reach places. Using the cool setting, focus on each slat to rid it of any dust. This can also be a great way to get rid of small insects that are in the corners of your windows. After you blast your blinds with a shot of cool air, be sure to finish up by running your vacuum across the carpet to get that extra clean.

5. Take Down Your Blinds

While it’s one of the more time-consuming efforts, you might need to take your blinds down to get a deep-down clean. You can use a car washing brush and some soap mixed with warm water to effectively clean your blinds. You can also opt for the plan that involves putting them in your bathtub to give them a good scrub. Either way requires a lot of effort but will result in a deep clean.

Become an Expert on How to Clean Blinds

Learn how to clean blinds quickly and easily without setting aside significant time out of your day. Take a task that was once tedious and time-consuming and make your blinds your new favorite item to clean.

Not convinced that you need to be dusting on a regular basis? Learn more about why dusting is so important and why you should add it to your cleaning list.

hosting a party

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Hosting a party can be stressful, tiresome, and demanding. Making sure that your guests have fun can take away any chance you may get to have some fun yourself. Yet, the more you prepare for your party, the more fun you and your guests are bound to have.

And preparing to host a party means more than preparing snacks, drinks, or games. It also means making sure your home is clean and welcoming, and that it’s a place people want to be. The quality of a party can only ever be as much as the amount of work you put into preparing for it.

Nobody wants to go to a party at a dirty house, and you probably don’t want to live in one either! Cleaning your house does more than help you prepare for a mind-blowing party; it also helps you live a better life. And to learn how to clean your house and prepare to host a party, keep reading below!

1. Hosting a Party Means Preparing For Messes

To prepare for a party, you need to think ahead about the kind of people who will attend. Since they’re your friends, you should know whether they’re messy people or if they’re accident-prone. And based on that knowledge, you should prepare for anything that may happen during a party.

Make sure you have cleaning equipment on hand in case someone spills a drink or some food. Your paper towels should be well-stocked and present so that anyone can grab some if they accidentally break something. And if there are bigger messes, make sure your broom and mop are clean and ready to go!

2. You Can’t Scrub Your Bathrooms Enough

Parties usually take place in a person’s living room, where people can spend time together and have fun. Yet, your guests will inevitably have to go to the bathroom at some point as they drink and eat some of the delicious snacks you set out. That means your bathroom needs to be as clean as every other part of your home.

Make sure you clean your toilet, and the floor all around your bathroom. You should also scrub any windows you may have in your bathroom, and your sink shouldn’t have any hair or gunk in it. When people go to the bathroom, they should notice that it’s as clean as everything else.

3. Declutter Your Home, Fill It With Fun

Successful parties depend on making the right atmosphere, and nothing impacts a room’s atmosphere than the amount of clutter in it. The more cluttered a room is, the less that people will be able to move around in it. People need room to have fun, and so you should make sure to declutter your home before people mill in.

Make sure that your stuff is placed strategically throughout your home so that it always adds something to a room. Every item should have a specific purpose, or else it shouldn’t be in the room. Decluttering will also help you feel more at home when you’re not hosting a party!

Parties Are Meant to be Fun — So Have Fun!

The most important of hosting a party isn’t just to prepare for the people coming to it. You should also prepare to have fun, yourself! If the host isn’t having fun at their own party, nobody else will have too.

The host sets the tone for everyone else, and one of the ways they do is through the cleanliness of their home. If you’re hosting a party, make sure it’s as clean as possible by reaching out to professional cleaners. Contact us, and we’ll make sure your home is sparkling before any guests show up!

how to organize a pantry

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Have you ever opened your pantry to grab a simple snack but ended up spending a long time searching for it?

If you have to dig around your pantry every time you use it, then it’s time for a good cleaning. Although organizing your pantry can take a while, this chore is always worth the effort because it’ll save you lots of time in the long run.

Do you want to learn how to organize a pantry like a pro? Keep reading for some helpful tips.

Declutter by Checking Expiration Dates

The first step you should do to organize your pantry is to take everything out and read all of the labels. If anything is expired, you can throw it out to make more room and eliminate clutter.

Once you’re ready to put everything back, you can place the older items in the front so they get used first.

Group Similar Items Together

A simple but effective pantry organization tip is to group similar items together so you always have a general idea of where everything is. Some examples of groups could be boxed food like pasta, canned goods, produce, and dry foods like oatmeal and rice. Whenever you need something from the pantry, you can limit your search to one small section instead of the whole pantry.

Use Clear Jars for Better Visualization

One of the best pantry storage ideas is to transfer opened food into clear containers like glass jars.

Not only can this technique help keep your food fresher, but it helps you see everything inside your pantry better. Since many pantries are full of colorfully packaged goods, storing your food in different containers can make the space less overwhelming to search.

Buy Pantry Storage Bins and Add Labels

Storage bins are great pantry organizers because they can help you keep your groups together over time. Since everything has a special bin, you and your loved ones are more likely to return the food to its designated spot instead of on a random shelf. Using decorative bins like wicker baskets are also a fun way to make your pantry look more inviting.

Hang Food from the Inner Doors to Maximize Space

If you’re low on space or you want to avoid overcrowding, moving some of your food to the inner doors of your pantry can make a big difference. Thanks to hanging racks, you can create more storage space to maximize your pantry.

Lightweight items like spices, chips, and cereal can all fit beautifully on a hanging rack.

 

Do Regular Maintenance to Avoid Big Messes

Depending on how messy or big your pantry is, cleaning it can be an all-day chore. If you want to prevent this in the future, it’s helpful to do regular smaller cleanings to stay organized. Once a month you can take a look inside and rearrange your food so that everything is back in its rightful place.

Learning How to Organize a Pantry Can Be Simple

Now that you know how to organize a pantry, you can make sure all of your food stays neat and accessible all year round.

But why stop there? If you want to keep your entire home clean, Elite Home Cleaners would love to help with any job. Request a quote to learn more about our services.

best way to clean floors

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Between foot traffic, spills, crumbs, and pets, it’s no wonder keeping your floors clean can be a challenge.

If you’re looking for the best way to clean floors, look no further. This handy guide will show you how to keep any type of floor spick and span.

Read on to discover some floor cleaning hacks that will make your life easier and give you a clean, healthy home you’ll love.

Cleaning a Tile Floor

Tile adds beauty to a kitchen or bathroom, and this type of flooring requires special cleaning care. Regularly sweep or vacuum tile floors to remove straggling surface dirt.

Use hot water and a mixture of mild detergent to mop your tile floors. The grout is the trickiest part since this needs special attention. You can clean the grout between your tiles using a mixture of water and hydrogen peroxide.

Scrub your grout regularly to keep it looking new, and add a sealant to protect it from stains. A paste of baking soda and water works well on sealed grout lines. Leave the paste on overnight, then wipe it off the next day using a nylon brush.

Clean your tile floors once a week to remove dust and grime, and scrub the grout lines every month. If you notice stains on the grout, you can clean it more often.

Considerations for Linoleum Flooring

Vacuum your linoleum flooring to get rid of excess dust, crumbs, and hair. The best way to clean floors of this type is to mop them with a mixture of mild detergent (around six drops) and one gallon of hot water.

Never mop linoleum using a soaked mop, but instead wring it out until it’s moist. After you mop, use cool water to rinse your mop and go over the linoleum floors one more time.

The water will remove excess residue left behind. Then, use a towel or soft cloth to dry the floors, and do this at least every two weeks or more depending on how dirty the linoleum is.

Handling Your Hardwood

If your hardwood floors are unsealed, avoid using water to clean them since it can cause the floors to warp. If the floors are sealed, you can use water safely to get them clean.

Dry mop or sweep your floors and then vacuum them to remove dust, pet hair, and other small debris. If the floors are unsealed, only use a special cleaner made for this type of hardwood.

Otherwise, you can use a damp mop soaked in soap and water to get them clean. After you mop, buff the floors dry to remove any leftover soap residue. Maintain hardwood floors by vacuuming every two weeks and mopping once a month.

The Best Way to Clean Floors Is with Love and Care

You can use these tips for the best way to clean floors in your home. Whether you have tile or hardwood, it’s a cinch to keep your home looking spick and span with regular care.

Sick of doing it on your own? Contact us today to take advantage of our incredible cleaning services.