Wednesday, December 30, 2020 / by Sonya Reiselt
2021, here we come! Have you made a New Year’s resolution for yourself and your home yet? All too often, we find ourselves planning these grandeur goals for the year and they quickly become an afterthought in just a few months. 2020 showed all of us just how important having a solid and comfortable home is and New Years' is the perfect time to set goals to continue to improve your space for both function and comfort!
Little by little – go through all of your stuff.
· It should come as no surprise that decluttering is on just about everyone’s resolution list. While many aspire to rid their home of unnecessary and cluttered items, it often becomes too overwhelming of a task to complete. The secret? Take your time! Start in one room and, after you’re finished there, give yourself a little time before your start the next room.
Wednesday, November 18, 2020 / by Sonya Reiselt
The holidays are upon us and the new year will be here before we know it. It’s no surprise that on the top of many resolution lists is living a clutter-free lifestyle. While it seems likely that most families will be spending the majority of the next couple of months at home, there’s no doubt that clutter will be more probable to build up. So, get ahead of it before the holidays become overwhelming and be ready to give the upcoming new year a fresh start by following these simple steps!
Start by purging and don’t be afraid to donate often.
Begin your de-cluttering process by going through each room in your house and getting rid of everything that you don’t need. If this seems overwhelming to you, there is nothing wrong with taking it room by room. After all, any progress is good progress!
· Organize the items into categories such as “throw away”, “donat; ...
Wednesday, September 16, 2020 / by Sonya Reiselt
With every passing season, a good home deep-cleaning is very important to make sure everything is in order as the climate starts to change a bit. This year, this is even more important. Not only is the summer coming to an end but the schools are also slowing going to be reopening. These are unprecedented times and it will be crucial to keeping your home clean and sanitized when the kids are going back and forth from school. While there are many cleaning services back up and running in the area, it is also important to familiarize yourself with how to thoroughly clean the house without professional help. Here’s your guide to getting started and have the cleanest house on the block-
Make sure you have the proper materials and cleaners!
Before you get started, you need to make sure you are stocked with the essentials. This might take a little time due to current demand but is worth the time and effort. Not only will having everyt; ...
Wednesday, July 29, 2020 / by Sonya Reiselt
Cleaning your home is an essential step if you plan to sell your home in Beaufort County. The cleaner you get your home, the faster it will sell. Since most of us have been home more, there's probably even more dirt and grime to clean now. Stained porcelain, carpets, and stinky appliances all hurt your home's market value in the end. Even if you don't plan to sell your home, it's still important to keep things clean to keep your family healthier.
When it comes to cleaning your home, the trick is to keep things simple. Here are a few house cleaning tricks that don't require a special trip to the store. You no doubt already have these items ready.
Kitty Litter for Oil Spills
Here's an old trick to soak up oil in the garage. Any kitty litter will do, so you can get the cheap stuff for this task.
Pour a thick layer on the stain, then walk on it to crush it into the oil. Let it sit for 30 minutes, and then sweep it up. Now your garage floor will be ready to show; ...
Wednesday, June 17, 2020 / by Sonya Reiselt
Having a clean home is essential to selling your home in Beaufort County. The cleaner your home is, the better chance you have of selling it faster and for more money. But it can be hard to stay on top cleaning your home. The little things add up over time. Stained porcelain, carpets, and stinky appliances all hurt your home's market value in the end.
The trick is to keep it simple. Get your house put back together with these house-cleaning hacks. No trip to the hardware store needed. You probably already have what you need with these quick-and-easy house-cleaning tips.
Kitty Litter for Oil Spills
This old trick is a sure way to soak up oil in the garage. Use the cheapest clay kitty litter you can find (the fancy stuff won't do any better for this trick).
Pour a thick layer on the stain, then walk on it to crush it into the oil. Let it sit for 30 minutes, and then sweep it up. Now your garage floor will be ready to show potential buyers.
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