No matter what time of year it is or what’s going on in life, one thing is a given, cleaning your house is an ongoing task. Another situation that is a given is the fact that accidents happen, and many of them occur during house cleaning, from falls to tripping to breathing toxic fumes.
With fall and winter right around the corner, most of us are bracing ourselves for higher energy bills; we’ll be using our electricity and natural gas much more during these months, so our utility bills will be on the rise. What can we do to minimize the effect on our pocketbooks.
Because we live in them every day, with our pets, our kids, our family and friends, houses are often used and abused. Even if they’re not abused, they are definitely used, and signs of that use is not appealing to potential home buyers. That’s why it’s so important to prepare your house, and get it in the best shape possible to show.
If you have glass shower doors in your home, you know how difficult they can be to keep clean. It feels like an uphill battle to remove and keep them free from hard water build up and soap scum.
I have assembled a few ideas to take the “drudge” out of cleaning and maintaining sparkling shower doors.