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Keeping A New Car Clean

Many people were able to take advantage of the Cash For Clunkers program offered by the Federal Government and trade in their old beat up gas guzzles for sleek new economical forms of transportation. It has been reported that new car sales over the summer reached record highs and some dealerships reported sales of as many as thirty cars in a single day during the final weeks of the Cash For Clunkers program. The success of the government funded program has helped to boost lagging sales in the new car industry and even aided automotive manufacturers with their mounting debts, however the real winners are the tens of thousands of people who took advantage of the cash incentive offered to new car dealers.

There is very little that rivals the satisfaction of driving off the lot in a brand new car, especially when that car has qualified for a low monthly payment and has a higher fuel economy than its predecessor. Buyers enjoy the smooth drive of a new car as well as its responsiveness and, in many cases, quieter interior. For the first few weeks new car owners want to do everything they can to care for their automobiles and take extra precautions to ensure that their new care is treated like newborn baby.

Owners are sure to clean their new cars regularly and keep both the interior and exterior looking as clean as they can. To help with the maintenance and overall appearance of the car many buyers will put in auto mats to protect the flooring of their new vehicle from any spills or debris. While eating and drinking are taboo for many new car owners the appeal of quality auto mats enhances the beauty of their car while providing protection to the flooring. Some owners even go as far as to buy custom floor mats and matching trunk mats that prevent the movement of objects in the trunk.

While auto mats are designed to keep dirt and debris from being transferred from shoes and feet onto the carpeted flooring of cars and trucks their designs and colors act as an accent to the interior of the vehicle and give it a higher end feel. Even small economic cars that have been purchased through the Cash For Clunkers program look better and are more appealing with a set of auto mats resting on the floor just under the seat. But, perhaps the best part of buying a new car and customizing it to keep it as clean as possible is the new car smell that is enjoyed by many owners that taken their old beaten up gas guzzler and traded it in for something new and exciting to drive.


Before You Call a Mold Remediation Service: Tips For Home Owners

The wet season can also be the mold season in many areas of the country. Mold is often found near sources of water where it can easily grow and reproduce. As it grows, mold can breakdown and compromise the integrity and strength of the source in which it lives. When large amounts of mold spores grow, they can also compromise the health of the people living near it. Mold can be killed, but if it is not removed properly, it can remain in the area just cleaned and the dry spores can be released into the air.

There are professional mold remediation services that can help get rid of the mold in your home as well as any molded personal affects like documents, photographs and book. However, prevention is the best way to help keep your lungs healthy and homes and buildings strong. Rapid Refile has put together a few easy to follow tips on how you can help thwart mold from infesting your home. Below is a sample of what they say are real-life preventive measures a home owner can follow to reduce the likelihood of mold damage.

Home Mold Prevention Tips:

* Make sure there is good air circulation in your home by using exhaust fans in the bathroom and kitchen.

* Turn off the water flow to broken appliances and pipes to reduce mold growth.

* Replace cracked or defective mortar in basements.

* If you find your basement is wet or has water leaking into it, inspect the outside drainage systems for problems.

* Spread moisture-barrier materials like heavy roofing paper or polyethylene film in crawl spaces over the soil.

* Make sure there is good ventilation in the crawl space and, if possible, do not enclose it.

* Get rid of humidity or dampness within a building by heating it for a short time. After heating, open up the doors and windows, or use an exhaust fan, to let out the air that is moist.

* If there are freezing temperatures, take precautions against burst water pipes by insulating them.

* Make sure all the seals on the windows and doors are in good-working condition.

* Clean and repair roof gutters regularly.

* Make sure the ground around your building slopes away from the foundation so water does not collect around or enter in to it.

* Act quickly if you see condensation on windows, pipes, or walls inside a building. Dry out the area and determine if the source of the condensation is from a leak or the result of high humidity.

If your home or parts of your home become flooded by broken pipes or heavy rains consider the following advice:

* Work fast. Call in a mold remediation service, which will help in the cleaning and disinfecting of your home from toxins and spores mold can release.

* Lower the humidity and temperature in the building by turning on an air conditioner and a dehumidifier to slow mold growth.

* Dispose of moldy items in a sealed bag.

* Recoverable objects that can be saved should be frozen (which deactivates mold) or dried out. Mold remediation services can assist with restoring many of your items, including documents, pictures, and books.

* Make sure there is good ventilation within the building affected. Use a fan, if necessary, to promote good air circulation.

* Remove as much standing water in a building as quickly and safely as possible after disconnecting all electronic equipment inside the building.

Many simple steps can be taken to prevent mold damage as well as water damage during the winter months. This New Years, assess your home for any potential trouble spots that may promote mold growth and take the necessary precautions to keep your home safe and protected from the damage that water and mold can cause.


Home Cleaning Tips

Home Cleaning Tips

Cleaning your house may seem like a very huge and daunting task that you dread to even think about. But the truth is, this is something that you need to take responsibility for. Your home is one of your very few places of refuge and it will only be right that you keep it safe, clean and comfortable for you and the rest of your family. So if you need a little hand, you have come to the right place. Read on some more and get great and simple home cleaning tips that you can easily follow today.


Some people end up putting off house cleaning until later simply because they do not have the slightest idea on where to start. So first things first: decide and choose what items must go and what must stay. This is a necessary step for those who have piled up a whole lot of stuff and junk through the years. De-cluttering your house will instantly give it a different vibe and of course, more space. Make a separate space for items that you want to keep, throw away, give out or sell. Remember: try to recycle things as much as you can to reduce waste. However, do not hold on to items that you won't end up using. Bless others by giving them away instead.

Use Organic and Natural House Cleaning Products

The regular house cleaning products are said to be one of the major causes of water pollution. So if you want to play your part, turn to the more organic and natural products instead. There are now plenty of all-natural and non-toxic products available out in stores today so you will never have a hard time looking for a good brand. You can also makehome cleaning an exercise. Instead of using the vacuum cleaner, sweep your house manually to save up on electricity.

Clean as you go

One of the best cleaning tips is to clean as you go. Cleaning as you go can help you reduce the amount of accumulated dirt and grime in your room. Give yourself 5-10 minutes to sweep the floor, wipe the dust and tidy things up. This can make a huge difference in your room and will make your general home cleaning sessions much easier and less tedious.

Change the sheets at least once in a month

Your sheets and pillows are the most common places where dust, grime and even bacteria accumulate. So to avoid this, make sure that you wash you sheets, your pillow cases and even your curtains once or twice in a month. This will keep your home dust and allergen free at all times. Use hot or warm water during washing.

Remember, the real secret to a clean home is simple and this is a regular cleaning habit. The more you delay the cleaning, the larger and the more tedious the task will turn out to be. So always plan ahead. Make sure that you give yourself time off to clean the entire house and of course, to rest and relax after the tiring activity. So remember to always keep these home cleaning tips in mind.


What to Use to Clean Mold From Cloth Patio Furniture

On a hot summer's day patio furniture can be a real godsend, an oasis of relaxation and bliss that is nothing short of heaven. Unfortunately, unsightly mold and mildew can be unwelcomed guests at the party. Left to their own devices, these growths will not only ruin a party, but your cloth patio furniture as well. When mold is present, you want to get rid of it as quickly as possible before it takes over the surface of your cushions and works its way into the padding below.

Cleaning mold from cloth patio furniture isn't as hard as it sounds. With the right cleaning materials you can make your patio cushions look like new again and kill off the mold. All you need is some water, soda, lime juice and rubber gloves. Yes, cleaning cushions of mold requires a trip to the grocery store, not the home improvement store. While the cleaning materials aren't toxic, the mold can be, at least in terms of causing an allergic reaction. That's why rubber gloves are so important, to protect your hands and palms and to keep mold spores from making their home elsewhere in your home. You'll want to do your cleaning outside so pick a nice day where there is plenty of sunlight and make sure you have plenty of open space to work in.

The best method of getting rid of mold is to use one quart of soda with one gallon of warm water. The soda serves as a detergent, loosing the mold and stains. Begin the cleaning process by wetting a sponge. In a circular motion, scrub the cushion with enough force to remove the visible mold. Continue to clean the moldy areas using this circular scrubbing process. Be careful not to spread the mold onto unaffected spots. This method is for spot cleaning, not general cushion cleaning. Once you've scrubbed the affected spots on the cushion, it's time to use a brush. You should use a brush with soft bristles. Stiff bristles won't remove any more mold and can damage the fabric. A brush will help remove mold spores between the woven strands of the fabric. This deep cleaning will help prevent the mold from returning as quickly.

There will undoubtedly be some stains that won't come clean this way. Mold can be pretty stubborn, especially when it's had some time to fester and grow unimpeded. In these cases you'll want to tackle the mold with lime juice. Apply a thick layer of lime juice on the stain, squeezing it right from the lime. Wait 10 minutes. Now you'll want to place the cushion out in the sun. Don't wipe off any of the lime juice. The lime juice and the sun will work together to eat at the stain, eventually removing it completely. Be sure to let each side of the cushion dry completely before flipping it over and drying the other side. If the stain isn't completely gone, reapply some more lime juice and repeat the drying process. Eventually, you should see no evidence of mold or stains.

Once the lime and sun have worked their magic, it's time to do a little preventative maintenance. First, apply water repellant to the surface of the cushions. Mold loves a damp surface and the water repellant will keep water from soaking into the fabric. It's not waterproof, however, so you'll want to keep your cushions out of continual rain or winter weather. Every month during the summer you should inspect your cushions for dirt, dust and mold and give them a good cleaning with a hose and clean cloth. It doesn't have to be a deep cleaning: just a rinse and wipe. This should keep them clean all season long. When it comes time to store your cloth patio furniture for the season, bring the cushions indoors. Don't store them in plastic - trapped moisture can promote the growth of mold and mildew. The frame of the furniture should get one more cleaning and then be covered with an appropriate cover to keep the surface from getting moldy, collecting dirt and grime and away from the elements. With proper care your cushions should remain relatively mold and mildew free for many years to come.


How to Keep Your Hardwood Floors Clean

There are some simple practices that you can instill into your household cleaning routine to help keep your hardwood floors clean. Hardwood floors are becoming more popular to homeowners because they give the house a very clean and modern look.

As a quick way to keep your hardwood floors clean, you can simply sweep the area with a soft bristled broom. Sand, lint, and other debris often find themselves scattered about hardwood floors, so a simple sweeping of the area should remove such elements and give your rooms a clean look.

Aside from sweeping your hardwood floors, you can also use a vacuum to help keep your floors clear of debris. This is an effective cleaning tool if you are often short on time. If you do plan on using a vacuum cleaner, then make sure that you use a soft brush attachment before vacuuming your hardwood floors; this will help to reduce any scratches that a regular vacuum may leave behind.

If you have area rugs or hallway runners covering your hardwood floors, then you should consider vacuuming them often as well. Debris will often become intertwined with the fibers of the rugs that run the risk of scratching your hardwood floors if the debris filters down far enough, especially if your rugs are in a high traffic area. In addition, when you are sweeping your hardwood floors, take a few moments to sweep underneath your rugs, the less debris on your floors then the less chance of accidental scratching.

It is also important that you clean up any liquid spills as soon as they happen. Hardwood flooring is essentially wood and liquid has a tendency to warp and otherwise deteriorate this type of material. While small droplets of liquid may not be too harmful to your hardwood floors, you should get into the habit of cleaning up any liquid spills immediately. If you have a large family, make sure that they are aware of the damage water can cause to hardwood floors and it really only takes a few minutes to wipe up a liquid mess. Make sure when you are cleaning up liquid spills that you are using a soft cloth, any kitchen towel should work just fine. Extremely dry and scratchy towels may damage your floors if you use them to wipe up your spills.

Not protecting your hardwood floors from your furniture could be result in unintended scratches or blemishes. At most hardware stores you can find furniture pads that can be placed underneath the legs of your couches, coffee table, end tables, and any other type of furniture that might damage your floors. This simple investment could save you and your floors a lot of grief. If you are in the habit of re-arranging your furniture often, then you should certainly consider getting furniture pads. They protect your floors and they make rearranging much easier because your furniture will be able to slide across your floor with greater ease.

Buffing and waxing your floor on occasion will also keep them clean and looking nice. Please contact the manufacturer of your hardwood flooring to learn about the correct procedure for properly buffing and waxing your floors.


Simple Tips for Cleaning Out Your Garage

Cleaning a garage is one of the most dreaded tasks of homeowners. Whether your garage is attached or unattached, it's a dirty and time-consuming task. If your garage is messy and unorganized, consider organizing it after you have moved everything out to clean. Clean out your garage at the start of the spring and fall. If you clean your garage twice away, it will help avoid heavy dirt buildup.

Garage Organization
There are many wonderful products that can help you get your garage organized. You don't need to purchase an expensive garage organizer. Rather, head over to a big-box home improvement store in your area and purchase a few products that will work for your organizing needs. Consider plastic shelves, bins and tool organizers. Additionally, bike racks and mini-plastic sheds are very useful organizational products that are well worth the investment. Well organized and well stored bikes and lawn equipment will last longer when properly stored.

Removing Oil Spots
Once you have removed all items for your garage, you'll be able to get a good look at the floor. To limit the markings left from oil drips, place sand on the oil as soon as you spot it. It will make cleaning the garage floor much easier when the fall and spring come around.

If your garage floor still has a dirty appearance after you have washed it, consider painting it. If the garage floor is concrete, a popular and inexpensive trend is to paint the floor. There are paints formulated for painting concrete floors. Painting a concrete garage floor will help leave you with a smooth and clean surface that is easy to clean.

Simple Garage Cleaning Steps:

1. Remove all contents from the garage. Remove everything, including bikes and lawn furniture hanging form the ceiling.

2. Sweep it - Designated a broom for outdoor and garage use and use it to sweep the garage floor, walls and ceiling.

3. Power wash - Use a power washer or pressure washer to clean out the garage floor and ceiling.

4. Patch up cracked cement.

5. Put everything back into the garage.


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