Household Items That Are Crawling With Bacteria

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Your home likely isn’t as clean and sanitary as you thought it was. Lots of the items you use daily don’t have that long of a shelf life. It’s time to go through your belongings and clean or replace the items below right away. 1 – KITCHEN SPONGES Sponges take the cake as the dirtiest items in your kitchen, which, contrary to popular belief, is usually the dirtiest room of the house. Just think about all of the raw meat, …

Dishwasher Cleaning and Maintenance Tips

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Following these tips will help your dishwasher be energy efficient, smell fresher, stay cleaner, and keep it running smoother for years to come.  Make Sure Your Dishwasher is Level. If your dishwasher isn’t level, it could leak. To check, open the door and place an air-bubble level along the edge inside. If the dishwasher isn’t level, raise or lower either side by adjusting its “feet” or add a wedge to balance correctly. Check gaskets for cracks and deterioration. These are …

Steps to Cleaning a Moldy Roof

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A mold problem can sneak up on you anywhere, even your roof. Even if you can’t see it, it can be dangerous. Black mold deposits can be an eyesore, and even worse, they pose serious health risks. If you find evidence of mold on your roof, eliminate it right away. You can break up growths of mold, moss, and algae by spraying your roof with a powerful chemical cleaner. Make sure you wear the proper safety gear. Wear a pair …

Why You Shouldn’t Use Bleach To Clean

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Cleaning commercials always tell us that using bleach is the only way to get a good, deep clean, but contrary to what you may have heard, bleach is anything but best. It may be harming your pipes, floors, counter, and family. The next time you reach for the bleach, consider these few things: Bleach can Affect Your Health Bleach can be dangerous. Though most people know it’s toxic if ingested, many homeowners tend to forget that breathing it in while …

Disinfecting Your Sink

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From caked-on toothpaste to hair, water stains, or beauty products, here is an easy way to disinfect your sink and have it looking shiny and new again!  Scrub your sink down first. Use warm water and a sponge to loosen up what you can. Once you remove the base of the stains and/or debris, you should rinse it out. Take a paper towel and wipe up any more of the gunk that you can. Get as much as you can …