- When was the last time you cleaned the oil and food splatters on that bad boy? Exactly. At least 3 months. Gross!
- Why should you clean something that only holds water? Letting it sit in vinegar and warm water works great for silicone trays. For plastic, Once a month it is wise to put that tray in your dishwasher.
- Most people are unsure about how often carpets should be cleaned, crazy right? They are in almost every home!
- To keep that dirt off your carpets, and to keep them plush you should vacuum twice a week.
- Most carpet manufacturers state in their warranty that every 12-18 months you should have your carpets professionally cleaned. Most experts agree that the number increases to 2x a year if you have kids and pets.
- If it’s time for your professional clean reach out to Chem-Dry of Palmetto.
- Have you ever taken the trash out and your trash can still smells? This job is definitely gross, but that is why it must be done! Scrub the bottom!
- This is the dirtiest thing in your entire house…and you put it on your face constantly. Studies have shown that 16% of phones have E. Coli bacteria on them. Yeah. I know. It’s time to clean it..like right now. It is recommended to clean your phone 1x a day AT LEAST.
- Your vacuum does nothing if your filter is dirty. You may think, of course, I clean my vacuum out! However, many people only clean out the bag or collector and forget entirely about the filter.
- Don’t shower next to mold and mildew! Gross! Throw that curtain in the washing machine 1x a month.
- This often just takes a simple wipe down if you stay on top of it. The problem? Most people don’t clean their tile very often resulting in discoloration and grime that takes a lot of scrubbing and product. If the tile really needs a good shine, it’s a safe bet to call Chem-Dry.
- Pay attention to all that dust build-up on your vents! Really get in there and give them a deep clean so you can breathe easy.
- Bacteria can stay alive on those metal surfaces for up to 8 hours. YEAH. Think about how many people don’t wash their hands that well (yes, I’m talking about your six-year-old), and you should be sprinting to wipe those down.