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  • Fending off Mold

    Fending off Mold Clothing, paper, and furniture are the three biggest moisture magnets. Keep only what you need. Run a dehumidifier. In the summer months, open basement windows. Avoid air drying clothes in an already damp basement. Store firewood in a shed or garage, not in the house. Don’t carpet the basement floor. Absorb any […]

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  • Healthy Air In Your Home

    Dog and cat allergens are found in almost every home in the United States, whether or not dogs and cats live there! In homes with dogs and cats, the level of allergens are almost always high enough they can trigger allergies or asthma. But even many homes without dogs or cats have dander levels high […]

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  • Clean your house! (literally the house)

    Clean that hard to clean Siding! To remove dust and cobwebs from siding, use a garden hose with a sprayer attachment. To remove heavier grime, look for an all-purpose house wash in a container that attaches to your hose. Or use a long handled scrub brush and a slightly sudsy solution of dishwashing liquid and […]

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  • Pets Not Pests

    Pets not Pests, Got fish? Clean your aquarium weekly. You do not need to remove the fish. Take these simple steps. -Scrape algae off the inside of the glass walls with an algae scrubber or nonabrasive mitt. Also scrub rocks or decorations with algae. No need to remove them. -Trim excess growth and dried leaves […]

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  • Drying Secrets

    Drying Secrets- Avoid overloading the dryer. If clothes have room to circulate, they will dry faster and have fewer wrinkles. To reduce drying time try adding fabric softener to your rinse cycle while washing. www.maidsway.com Need to smooth a load of wrinkled clothes or linens left too long in the dryer? Toss a damp lint […]

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  • Clothes and Accessories Tips

    Clothes & Accessories Tips Brought to you by Maidsway Cleaning Services If a fabric care label says Dry Clean Only, don’t wash or even spot clean it! Clothing made of rayon, silk, and wool blends may shrink, change colors, or lose shape. Always remove dry-cleaned garments from their plastic bags and allow them to air […]

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  • Diaper Duty

    Diaper Duty Prewash cloth diapers with laundry detergent in cold water on the pre-soak cycle to remove soiling without getting stains. Then wash the load in hot water on the longest cycle with a cold-water rinse. Following are some washing options and cautions: -Fragrance-free detergent is recommended for baby items. Add 1/2 cup of baking […]

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  • Green Cleaning Secrets!

    Green Cleaning Secrets! Babies are at a higher risk with exposure to chemicals than adults are because their skin, respiratory, and gastrointestinal absorption is greater than that of adults. Make Your Own Natural Cleaner and Sanitizer Mix 15 drops of grapefruit seed extract (GSE) with 2 cups warm water. Pour the solution into a spray […]

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  • Keep it Clean where you Clean!

    Keep it Clean where you Clean! The bathroom has developed a reputation for being the nastiest room in the house when it comes to cleaning. But it doesn’t have to be that way. There are some very simple things you can do every day to virtually stop bacteria, mold, and mildew in their tracks. Use […]

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  • Polishing more spaces!

    Polish Public Places To remove white residue that has formed as a result of water evaporating, line the sink with paper towels and saturate them with white vinegar. Let it for at least 30 minutes. Scrub the sink with a sudsy nylon-mesh sponge, rinse, and wipe dry. To clear and refresh your drains, pour 1/2 […]

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