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Cleaning with Vinegar

 

White-distilled vinegar is an inexpensive household cleaner, effective for killing bacteria, most types of mold, and germs. This multi-purpose product is highly versatile and can be found in your own pantry. Homes and offices can be easily cleaned with vinegar. One container can take care of your bathroom and kitchen cleaning, laundry, weeds, and even insects. Vinegar is also economical and very environmentally-friendly. It is a weak form of acetic acid that is completely edible, reducing worry by parents of small children who may not want toxic cleaners in their home. The uses of white-distilled vinegar are endless! Read more

More Tips to Combat Pet Hair

Are you still dealing with pet hair? As the seasons change so do the coats on your pets. Unfortunately, the hair can get annoying. You can only take so much of the fur ending up on your furniture and subsequently your clothes. Luckily for you, St Louis Cleaning Team specializes in residential house cleaning, so pet hair is something we’re familiar with.  We are back with a few more tips for dealing with all of the unwanted pet hair.

 You don’t need to own a special state of the art vacuum made for pets. When it comes to cleaning up dog or cat hair, I stick to the basics. From dryer sheets to window squeegees there are plenty of household items that are great at picking up all that pesky fur. Read more

How To Deal With Pet Hair

You may have noticed that your little pup or kitty cat is shedding more than usual. As the seasons change so do the coats on your fuzzy creatures. Unfortunately, the hair can get annoying. You can only take so much of Mia or Milo’s fur ending up on your furniture and subsequently your clothes. Luckily for you, St Louis Cleaning Team specializes in residential house cleaning, so fur and fuzz is something we’re familiar with.

Whisk Brush
One of our secret weapons when it comes to pet hair is a whisk brush. This durable tool has harder bristles than a regular broom making it easier for you to sweep away things that tend to stick to surfaces because of friction, static, etc. We usually run this over couches and chairs a couple of times in a quick pulling motion (back to front). The hair should fall to the ground and then you can vacuum or sweep it up from there. Read more

How to clean hardwood flooring

A lot of us choose to have hard wood floors in our homes these days.  They are lower maintenance than carpet, and they resist stains better than other types of flooring.  Hardwood floors are easy to keep clean and are a more sanitary option than other flooring types.  But, they are an expensive option, and we want to make sure we make the right choices when it comes to cleaning and maintaining our floors. Read more