Home Cleaning – Using The Electrostatic Force

Written by: Chris Wadsworth

Electrostatic Home Cleaning – Our Take

Upper Valley Home Cleaning - Enhanced Home Cleaning Using the Electrostatic Force

Electrostatic effects improve home cleaning by attracting more dirt and dust particles. It works well on the smallest of particles which are the ones that we humans tend to breathe as they stay suspended in the air longer and are more easily pushed up into the air just by walking around a room.

We don’t want to breathe these dust particles and therefore we need to do what we can to remove as many as we can from our home. We can enhance the process of collecting and removing dust particles by using the electrostatic force.

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Five Cleaning Hacks for Your Home

Written by: Chris Wadsworth

Here are some ideas for cleaning specific items in your home that sometimes do not get enough attention. However, to have a wonderfully clean home these items also need to be cleaned on a regular basis.

Five Home Cleaning Hacks

Cleaning Stainless Steel Appliances

If you have an abundance of stainless steel appliances in your home, you know a stainless steel surface can get streaky, cloudy, and display an abundance of fingerprints. While stainless steel is less prone to corrosion than other materials (and super trendy), it does take a bit of effort to keep a stainless steel surface looking handsome.

Here’s what you need to know about cleaning and maintaining your beloved stainless steel surfaces.

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Cleaning Difficult Bottles with Magnets

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Home Cleaning Tip

Cleaning Difficult Bottles with Magnets

Cleaning Difficult Bottles with Magnets

If a bottle has too narrow of a neck or is an unusual shape, then bottle brushes may not be able to reach all the internal surfaces. Also, sometimes no matter how long the bottles soak in water or even with multiple passes through the dishwasher, the inside of the container is still not as clean as you desire.

Here is a difficult bottle cleaning solution that is easy!

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Home Air Quality – Air Purifiers

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Air Purifiers – Our Take

Indoor Air QualityAir Purifiers have received a great deal of hype in the past few years. They do provide another level of cleaning for your home as the air in your home has to be clean for your home to really be clean.

Also, to have the air cleaned means that the other surfaces in your home will be cleaner as well. Much of the dust that collects on surfaces is transported there via the air in your home.

Here is our advice on how to improve the quality of your indoor air and our take on home air cleaners and purifiers.

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Your Home and Your Pets

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Tips for Cleaning Pet Stains

Tips for Cleaning Pet StainsIt seems so much easier to take your pet for a walk when the weather is nice and warm. When the colder months approach you must be more flexible as the walk may not be cleared of snow and ice or just when it is time to go the weather does not cooperate. Accidents happen. When they do it’s not that our little friends were very bad and we just need some nice tips for cleaning pet stains.

Knowing how to get pet stains out of a carpet is a necessary skill for pet owners.

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The Tipping Point and Home Cleaning

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Tipping Point – nounTipping Point and Home Cleaning

The tipping point is that critical point in a situation, process, or system beyond which a significant and often unstoppable effect or change takes place.

In Sociology, a tipping point is a point in time when a group—or a large number of group members—rapidly and dramatically changes its behavior by widely adopting a previously rare practice.

Malcolm Gladwell wrote a bestselling book called “The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference” in 2000. With this book, the concept of a “Tipping Point” entered popular culture. The concept can be applied to many things and situations and this includes home cleaning.

It would go like this . . .

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Inside Tips from a Professional Home Cleaner

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Confessions of a Professional House Cleaner

Tips from a Professional Home Cleaner

These are rules that if not followed make a home harder and more time-consuming to clean. However, A Clean Vision never breaks any of these important home cleaning rules.

Here are tips from a professional home cleaner.

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Decluttering Your Home

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Your Home is a Place to Live

Home Cleaning and Decluttering

A study conducted by UCLA-affiliated social scientist concluded that American families are overwhelmed by clutter – that today’s families are prisoners of their own clutter. Here is a link to an article which was published in the UCAL magazine by Jack Feuer on the study titled “The Clutter Culture”.

In an article in the Boston Globe on clutter, Jessica Pohl of Weston, MA who has kids who have largely outgrown their toys, says she can’t give them away. “I’m saving them for my grandchildren.” This mindset leads to home clutter. home clutter has some serious consequences.

Home clutter has some serious consequences.

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Home Cleaning without Lifting a Finger

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Home Cleaning without Lifting a FingerHome Cleaning Robots and Services

Most people want a clean, tidy, and organized home. I admit that some people may debate the value of a clean and organized home. Also, some may not be willing to make the investment in a clean and organized home. This post is not really for those who debate the value or for those who do not want to make the commitment to a clean and tidy home.

This post is for those who desire a clean home but do not want to do the cleaning.

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Teaching Your Children To Be Good Cleaners

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Home CleaningTeaching Kids to Clean

Home Cleaning Tips and Advice

You may think that being a father and one of the owners of a professional home cleaning services that my little ones would be naturally-born cleaners. Alas, it’s not true. However, since I am so involved in making sure a home is clean and tidy it made some sense for me to do a bit of teaching – teaching my children to help with the cleaning of our home.

Here was my approach.

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