Check out the recent Redfin article we were featured in: The Ultimate Move Out Cleaning Checklist, According to Experts The boxes are packed, the movers are hired, the papers are signed, but the job’s not done until your old house is cleaned and ready to go for the next occupants. Whether you’re ending a lease, upsizing to a new home in Orlando, Florida, or downsizing to a condo in Seattle, Washington, it’s essential to compile a move…

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Angie’s List originally published this article written by Jennifer Troyer, Founder and President of Seattle Green Cleaner, back in 2012 and again in 2015. With so many people working from home during the pandemic, the question has been resurfacing: Should I hire a Housekeeper or a House Cleaner? Hint: Seattle Green Cleaner is a professional house cleaning company; not a housekeeping company. Should I Hire a House Cleaner or Housekeeper? Housekeepers may do light cleaning…

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Cleaning Experts Share Dirty Secrets: The Places Homeowners Always Neglect You may think you keep a fairly tidy home – clean floors, vacuumed carpets, shiny countertops, etc. But if any of the cleaning masters we’ve featured below were to walk through your home, let’s just say they might have a different story to tell. Get ready to uncover all of the dirty secrets – those little nooks and crannies you never think to dust, disinfect,…

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    DIY Rust Removal Remedies Safely remove rust and rust stains with simple items you already have at home.     1.     White Vinegar  + Baking Soda + Aluminum Foil:  Spray white distilled vinegar on the stain, sprinkle on some b aking soda, scrub with a ball of aluminum foil (go with the grain to avoid scratching).  This works especially well on stainless steel sinks.  It’s magic (or science)! 2.     Salt + Lime: Sprinkle…

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