Selling your house may not be easy, but you want to do everything you can to get the selling price that you expect your house deserves. Although buyers are definitely focusing on the structure and amenities in your house, a clean and organized home can be the difference between a showing and one that leads to many offers.
At Baltimore Home Cleaning, we are advocates for natural cleaning methods, which is why we use “green cleaning” when servicing our clients’ homes. However, we know many people still use conventional cleaning products. There are certain products to NEVER combine.
Cleaning your house after the flu has made its way in is critical. We may not be able to prevent it from coming in, but we can prevent it from spreading by using these specific cleaning techniques.
You use your washing machine all the time to clean dirty clothes, towels, rugs and who knows what else. But do you ever stop and think about cleaning your washing machine? You must and here’s why.
All parents can understand the stress of keeping a child’s closet clean. Add on multiple children and the limited space available in most homes, and you’ve got a big challenge on your hands.
In many homes, pets are part of the family. Although pets are friendly, loving, and great to cuddle with, it can be a challenge to keep your home tidy while caring for a shedding, drooling fur machine. Pet hair, accidents and unpleasant odors are just a few of the problems homeowners with pets face.
“An apple a day keeps the doctor away”. Let’s take a closer look to see how apple cider vinegar takes that saying to a whole new level!
There are many natural and inexpensive ways to keep your home smelling fresh and clean. This article shows you how to do so without resorting to harsh chemicals and synthetic scents, which can be harmful to your health.