( ) Detail wash inside windows, frames and tracks
( ) Hand clean
hanging pictures, photographs or artwork
( ) Hand wash ornaments or what-knots
( ) Spot clean walls (note: only with washable paint)
( ) Vacuum under area rugs (note:
due to dye transfers, we do not mop underneath area rugs)
( ) Clean A/C vents of registers in
the floor, wall or ceiling
( ) Clean clutter, excessive paperwork, clothing or items on counters,
floors and tabletops
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( ) Clean inside of fridge or freezer
( ) Clean inside of oven
) Pull out major appliances and sweep and mop behind them
( ) Clean refrigerator drip pan located
in the bottom under the fan and condenser
( ) Clean and disinfect the trash or garbage can
( ) Hand wash wall surfaces (note: only with washable paint)
( ) Detail wash outside
windows screens, frames and tracks
( ) Clean inside of pantry or cabinets
Tips & Warnings
Kitchen Cabinets: Never
put lemon oil on your finish before its six months old. Cleaning wood kitchen cabinets at this stage means to only wipe down
with soap and water. It's a good idea to clean your cabinets with a good furniture polish in between times you actually wash
with soap and water. Too much water can, over time, damage your finish, especially if it's not wiped up quickly. Murphy's
Oil Soap is also a good cleaner for your kitchen cabinets. It is gentle enough to use on wood. It is made with oil and lye,
which, when mixed, result in a chemical reaction to make the soap. No oil or lye is left in the finished product, so you don't
have to worry about getting any oil on your cabinet finish (making any future refinishing easier).
How to Clean a Garbage Disposal: Cleaning your garbage disposal is a quick and easy way to help
keep your kitchen smelling fresh and your sink drain working properly. Although well-maintained garbage disposals that are
used correctly should generally clean themselves, the following tips will help keep your garbage disposal in tip-top shape.
Deodorize the garbage disposal by pouring in 1/2 cup baking soda and 1/2 cup hot white distilled vinegar. Let sit for 5 minutes
then run hot water down the disposal.
Cleaning coffee maker: Pour
straight vinegar into it as if you are making the coffee, no filter is need. Turn coffee maker on as if you were making
a pot of coffee. Repeat this with a new batch of vinegar until it runs clear of calcium deposits.
Microwave Deodorizing: To freshen up and deodorize your microwave,
place a bowl of water in the oven and add three or four slices of lemon. Cook on high for thirty seconds. You can also try
putting a little vanilla in a bowl, place it in your microwave and turn your oven on High for one minute. Repeat if this doesn't
remove the smell after one try.
Use Baking Soda to Deodorize a Trash:
Freshen your recyclables before they're picked up for collection day. Sprinkle baking soda on top of your recyclables
on a regular basis.Keep your refrigerator smelling fresh with one of these deodorizer ideas: An open box of baking soda or
an open bowl/container filled with baking soda. A small muslin or cloth bag or open container filled with fresh coffee grounds.
Keep an open container of charcoal briquettes in the fridge Open dish with 1/2 cup baking soda and 2 TBS vanilla extract or
2 TBS lemon juice mixed in A dab or two of vanilla extract on a cotton ball Salt packed citrus shells: fill an empty orange,
grapefruit or lemon shell with salt then put in the back of your fridge. The salt will help absorb nasty odors.
Kitchen floors experience the most traffic in a home. To prevent premature wear of the floor, place
an area rug in front of the sink and stove area. Shake out or vacuum the rugs frequently. Finally, using a humidifier or dehumidifier
in conjunction with a furnace or air conditioning system to maintain relative humidity in the home at 30-50% will maintain
the moisture in the wood and minimize cracks between the boards.