Removing nail polish from carpet or wood can seem daunting. We know acetone can destroy a varnish and, well, nail polish in carpet? EEK! There are ways to get the job done without replacing the carpet or furniture, however.
The oven/cabinet gap. The black hole of germs and old food; the ole’ crumb collector. How do you clean it while keeping your kitchen intact? Fabulously Clean has the answer! Keeping it clean can require continuous effort, but there are easy ways to clean it and even preventative measures you can take to keep it from getting nasty in the first place.
Glass stove tops are sophisticated, sleek appliances; too bad they don’t clean themselves. But have no worries, because getting that grease and burnt food off can be done quickly without the use of toxic chemicals. Our simple stove cleaning recipe uses common household ingredients that are incredibly effective. Like most messes, the quicker you clean, the easier the job. However, in the real world, we tend to step away from our stoves after use. Whether to let the stove cool or to sit and eat, we can quickly forget, venturing off into some other household activities.
Keeping a house clean without cutting into the summer fun doesn’t have to be stressful. You need to allow yourself some time to relax too. Here at Fabulously Clean House Cleaning, we understand that family time is special so we wanted to share some ideas on how to manage the mess of summer break.
Granite is the rock star of countertop design. It has a high bacteria resistance and is one of the easiest hard surfaces to clean. Getting the grit off granite is easy but you can’t use just anything. So, grab your microfiber cloth and your elbow grease, because we’re going to go over what you need to clean those granite counter tops.