Simply doing a deep clean on surfaces like countertops can brighten the appearance of your entire home.
Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) March 13, 2013
Eric Cano, owner of EMJ Cleaning, a home cleaning service in Atlanta, was interviewed Monday about spring cleaning tips. The interview includes tips on organizing closets and pantries, removing stains and odors, cleaning walls and cleaning area rugs. This interview and more tips on cleaning can be found on the cleaning service’s website.
“For really tough stains on carpets, walls and tile, you really should call in the pros,” Cano says in his interview. “However, there are things you can easily do to keep your home looking fresh between cleaning and little extra things you should do every once in a while to get a deep clean.” On stains, Cano has this to say: “baking soda can work wonders on countertop stains, stained cups, and a lot more.” He suggests making a paste of baking soda and water and rubbing it into the stain; this will dissolve even very tough stains like red wine and coffee. Cano says that simply doing a deep clean on surfaces like countertops can brighten the appearance of your entire home.
Cleaning walls is another simple task that Cano suggests in his interview. He warns against using chemical cleansers on walls, as this could strip the paint or finish. Instead, he suggests a clean rag and warm water. For tough stains, he says to try a little dish soap, but to always test in an inconspicuous area before applying to a more noticeable one. “Anything you put on your walls needs to be rinsed off afterwards,” he says in his interview. “This will prevent any cleaners from eating away at the surface later.”
Eric Cano is the owner of EMJ Cleaning, a maid service in Atlanta. His company provides services like window cleaning, carpet cleaning, heavy duty cleaning, and move-out cleaning; these are offered in both EMJ’s office cleaning service and home cleaning service. For more information, visit http://www.emjcleaning.com.