Tips for Cleaning Hardwood, Tiled, and Rubber Floors
Did you know that the U.S. floor cleaning industry is worth $4 billion in revenue each year? It’s not surprising, really, considering the various things that get dumped on American floors.
There are many reasons why people might avoid their housework. As Ruby Lou Barnhill once said, “A bright person can always think of something better to do than housework.” That’s one rotten thing about floors: no matter how often you clean them, the work is like a revolving door: they always get dirty again.
Sometimes, it’s a good idea to know tricks of the trade for floor cleaning so that if and when you encounter a messy spill or stain, you’ll know what to do. Here are three tips you should keep in mind.
1. Cleaning a Hardwood Floor
Every week, you should be vacuuming or sweeping your Continue Reading
Three Tips for Tackling Hard Floor Cleaning Jobs
“If your house is really a mess and a stranger comes to the door, greet him with, Who could have done this? We have no enemies,” comedienne Phyllis Diller once said. Because we walk on them, eat over them, and generally use them for everything, floors are one of the home’s surfaces that become dirtiest the quickest.
Although you can claim that an enemy dumped red wine onto your carpet, in most cases, the best course of action will be to clean it up yourself. Here are three top tips for hard floor cleaning jobs around the home.
1. How to Remove a Red Wine Stain From Carpet
The sooner you clean up a red wine spill, the easier it will be to remove the stain. Dilute the wine so that soaking it up is quicker. Spray or sprinkle with water before blotting. On certain carpet Continue Reading