Now that the holidays are over, it’s time to get our homes back in shape. It may seem overwhelming to do so but we have narrowed it down to 5 things to focus on in your home now that the holidays are over.
Focus #1: Spills and Stains
It was bound to happen. Someone, somewhere in your home spilled something on the carpet during the holiday hustle. Chances are, you probably didn’t notice it right away. In fact, you probably noticed it when you were vacuuming up from the festivities. If you have a stain that has been neglected, call in the professionals. Armed with the right tools and cleaners, we can lift the stain and give it a deep clean.
Focus #2: Mold and Mildew
During the holidays, your bathrooms got a workout! Now is the perfect time to clean out the corners where mold and mildew start to grow. You may want to use a solution of bleach and water to kill the mold. Test an inconspicuous area to see how your tile and grout react. We do not recommend doing this on marble or travertine.
Focus #3: Grease Build Up
While you were cooking up a storm in your kitchen, grease was building up on your tile and grout. Household cleaners typically aren’t strong enough to power out the grease and grime. In fact, you may have been smearing the grease around instead of getting rid of it. Our technicians can blast away grease and grime revealing sparkling tile and grout.
Focus #4: Mattress Refresh
Have you ever considered having your mattresses professionally cleaned? A professionally cleaned mattress sucks out dust, dirt, pet dander, mold spores, and dust mites. After a professional mattress cleaning you may find that you breathe easier at night.
Focus #5: Upholstery Revitalization
Just like your carpeting, your upholstery took a beating this holiday season. A deep clean of upholstered furniture remove allergens, stains and spots, as well as odors, making your entire home feeling and smelling fresh and clean.
If you need help sprucing up the 5 focus areas mentioned above in your home, give us a call to book an appointment. We can be reached at: (727) 364-5158