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Vinegar, A Very Versatile Cleaner

November 3, 2016 by Dallas Maids

vinegar the very versatile cleaner

What is vinegar?

Vinegar is a bitter-tasting liquid, which comes from the acetic fermentation of the alcohol in wine. It has been used in cleaning and as a condiment for thousands of years, and is one of the most easily-available acids (if a mild one) on the market.

How can it be used in house cleaning?

The main advantage of the use of vinegar in house cleaning is that is non-toxic and is readily available in supermarkets and stores. Besides, it is so versatile that it is still used today over many commercial cleaning products. For example, it can help eliminate bad smells, remove stains from fabrics (like rugs and clothes) and rust in metals, as well as clean surfaces and household appliances, among other uses. However, it is best used accompanied by disinfectants.

And now for some of the many uses of vinegar in home cleaning:

  • Clean general surfaces: With vinegar, you can clean wood, tile and stainless steel. Simply mix 4 cups of water with ¼ cup of distilled vinegar and 1 tablespoon of baking soda. This will allow you to clean almost any surface possible, from your kitchen appliances to the tiles in your bathroom, and almost all furniture imaginable.
  • Clean glass objects and surfaces: Like before, mix 4 cups of water with ¼ cup of distilled vinegar, but without the baking soda. This can be used to clean glass surfaces and objects, especially if you use it in combination with a newspaper page that has been slightly crumpled (that kind of paper won’t leave fibers behind).
  • Clean kitchen appliances: Pour water and vinegar in equal parts into a spray bottle and mix them thoroughly. Use this as a general surface cleaner for your appliances. It can also be used to deodorize your microwave, by placing a container of water and vinegar inside it and then heating it until it boils for a few minutes.
  • Clean the bathroom: If soap debris and scum has gathered up in your bathroom surfaces, you can soak them in vinegar for a few minutes to soften them up. Then, rinse them with water. It can also be used to remove calcium carbonate deposits on showers and faucets. To do this, one must remove them from the sink or tub and let them soak in a solution of water and vinegar for two hours, to then rinse. If these deposits have been there for a long time, it might be necessary to scrub them with a brush or an abrasive sponge.
  • Remove sediment from small kitchen appliances: With time, many coffee pots and kettles will gather up whitish or brownish sediments from boiling water and coffee so frequently. To remove these sediments, you can fill the pot or kettle with a solution of equal parts water and vinegar and boil it as if you were preparing your morning coffee. Let it boil for several minutes, then pour the solution out and rinse.
  • Remove rust stains: If you have a metallic utensil at home that has become rusted (for example, a bicycle, a potato peeler, a can opener), you can clean it with pure vinegar and let it rest for 24 hours before rinsing it. You can also clean other metals, like bronze or copper, by mixing baking soda or table salt with vinegar until you make a paste. Then, apply the paste and scrub until the stains have disappeared, to finally rinse with warm running water.
  • Remove stains from your rugs and carpets: To remove tea or coffee stains from your rugs and carpets, scrub them with a mixture of water and alcohol in equal parts.
  • Clean tile floors: Mix ½ cup of distilled vinegar in half a bucket of cold water. Scrub your floors with this solution to leave your tile floors shiny and cleaner than ever.
  • Clean pots and pans: To remove food scraps from your pots and pans, soak them in vinegar for 30 minutes and then wash them well with dish soap. If you’d like to polish them, dampen a washcloth with more vinegar and some salt and scrub thoroughly.
  • Deodorize the fridge: To remove food smells from your fridge, place an open container of water and vinegar inside it.
  • Deodorize rooms: Fill a large jar with water and pour a few splashes of vinegar in it. Place the open jar inside the room until the smells disappear completely. This is great for freshly painted rooms. Of course, it’s also recommended that you let the air flow, if possible.
  • Remove stickers and labels from containers: If you want to remove the labels from your jars or stickers from furniture and such, soak them in pure vinegar and wait until the labels peel off on their own or soften enough to be removed manually.
  • Remove wine stains from clothing: Soak the affected clothing in vinegar and let it air for a few minutes, before placing it on your washing machine. This will help only if the fabric is cotton or polyester and if the stain is less than 24 hours old.
  • Deodorize your garbage disposal: Pour a splash of vinegar inside or make ice cubes out of vinegar and water and grind them inside the garbage disposal.
  • Remove water stains from wooden surfaces: If you have a wooden table and somebody placed a wet glass or cup on top, leaving ring marks on the wood, you can scrub them away with a solution in equal parts of olive oil and vinegar.

These are only some of the uses of vinegar, but they will surely help you out in having a clean home!

Tidying Tiny Homes and Apartments

October 19, 2016 by Dallas Maids

Cleaning small apartments and tiny houses

Do you live in a small place? Typical 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom and tiny kitchen? Keeping them always clean and maintaining order can become a nightmare. You need to be constantly washing dishes, doing laundry and making sure nothing is left around because with one single piece of paper out of its place and the whole apartment looks like a trash can.

Well, here are a few tips to make sure you don’t end up turning into an organization obsessive compulsive maniac.

  1. Minimalist decoration. Avoid unnecessary ornaments at all costs. We all like to get souvenirs from anywhere we travel to, but, if you’re going to get a Buddha statue that will end up in a corner next to a Mexican hat, think about it twice. Fridge magnets are a nice way of getting a souvenir that will not use any space but will remind you of the good times you had during your holidays.
  2. Have a small trash bin in every space. This way you will make sure all the unnecessary papers, pens, empty containers and bottle caps end up where they need to be. And please, don’t collect wine corks in a jar. That will only show your friends how much you like wine and in a couple of weeks your whole apartment will smell like an old western canteen.
  3. Shelves are your best friends. The best way to keep a small place in order is by using shelves. A small shelf in the kitchen will keep your dishes lined up like army soldiers, another shelf in the living/dining room can help you organize your electronic appliances, and one in the bathroom will avoid confusing your toothbrush with a pipe cleaner in the dark.
  4. Don’t have any pieces of furniture that can allow you to hang things on them. Then, you will have to put your jacket in the closet where it belongs. It is a fact, once you place one jacket on the back of a chair, you will start piling up clothes. And then you’ll have one less place to sit on and a mountain of clothes that, at some point, you’ll miss and wonder – hey didn’t I have a black hoodie? I wonder where I left it. Well, it’s in that pile.
  5. Take advantage of new technologies. Recently TV screens, speakers, laptops and phones are getting slimmer and smaller. Good for you! The less space they take, the less cluttered your place will look.

Virtual Tour of Dallas Maids’ Office

September 10, 2016 by Dallas Maids

Ever wondered what an inside of a maid service looks like?

Well, here’s your chance!

Now granted, it’s not your typical maid service office. Then again, Dallas Maids is not your typical maid service. To get top-notch results you need to do everything, well, top-notch. Office not exempted.

Take a tour of where the cleaning magic happens. Click below and once in, use your mouse or keyboard to navigate around in the 360 tour of our office.

Come on in! Take a tour of our office.


An Office Blessing

September 6, 2016 by Dallas Maids

An Office Blessing


Colossians 3:23

“Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord…”

Dallas Maids’ Office Blessing

When was the last time you blessed your office?

Cleaning homes is a tough job. Our cleaning crews are on their hands and knees, scrubbing toilets and mopping floors while our office staff feverishly work hard aiding our cleaners in anyway possible so our cleaning crews can focus on their job: making customers’ homes sparkle!

Though when not providing the best maid service in Dallas, our professional house cleaners are often at the office. In the morning they meet for breakfast. After a hard days work, they may meet to socialize and relax a bit (especially on Fridays!)

Therefore we want plenty of positive energy at Dallas Maids’ office.

We want them to feel the office is their second home, their sanctuary; a place to relax from a hard days work and before running home to take care of their families; another tough job!

Enlisting holy help felt right. After all, God is THE source of positive energy.

I thank Father Will Brown and Father Paul Wheatley of The Church of The Holy Cross who took time today to bless our office. As they wandered from room to room, praying and splashing holy water (even I got wet), it felt lighter, more peaceful.

I thank God for blessing us with wonderful workers who make Dallas Maids what it is: The best house cleaning service in Dallas! From when I started till today, things seemed to magically come together to make Dallas Maids a success. It was a like an invisible hand guiding the right people, the right opportunities, the right events to happen when we most needed them. Feels like predestination.

May Dallas Maids have many years making life easier for our awesome customers and providing a good livelihood for our valued people. It has been an absolute joy providing house cleaning to Dallas. Thank all of you!

The Worker’s Prayer

Lord, I thank you for this job and
the blessings it provides.
May you watch over me this day
and keep me safe from harm.
Create in me a willing spirit
and happy heart.
Grant me the ambition to work hard
and give me the strength to finish
what I have started.
May my hands always be prepared
to help lighten another’s load.
And finally, Lord, remind me that
the quality of my work is a reflection
of you to those around me.


Credit to Mike Stevens for The workers Prayer.

Baking Soda: A Very Versatile Cleaner (part 2)

August 24, 2016 by Dallas Maids

Cleaning with baking soda, part 2




Baking Soda: A Very Versatile Cleaner (part 2)

Specific uses for baking soda in cleaning

Baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) is an extremely versatile compound, and has countless uses in cleaning and other fields. It can be useful for eliminating bad smells, cleaning the kitchen and the bathroom, cleaning your body and can even be used in cooking. It is affordable and eco-friendly, which means that it will not pollute the environment if you use it. In this article, we will see some specific uses for baking soda in cleaning so you can keep your home pristine.

General home cleaning:

  • Cleaning surfaces: To clean places like the bathtub, bathroom tiles, drains and other surfaces (even fiberglass and delicate tiles), sprinkle baking soda in a slightly damp sponge and scrub them as you would if you were using a chemical product, then rinse and dry. If you need to clean a particularly dirty spot, you can make a paste with baking soda, salt and liquid soap, mixing them in a bowl. Then, let the mixture rest for 5 minutes, apply it to the sponge, scrub the affected areas and rinse.
  • Cleaning your shower curtain: Eliminate stains and bad smells from your shower curtains by sprinkling baking soda over a brush or clean sponge. Then scrub the curtain thoroughly and rinse. Hang to dry.
  • Cleaning the microwave: Sprinkle baking soda on a wet sponge and scrub carefully the inside and the outside of the microwave. Then, rinse with water and dry.
    Washing dishes, pots and pans: Add 2 full tablespoons of baking soda to your regular dish soap to help remove grease stains in your tableware, pots and pans. If your pots have food stuck in them, let them soak in a mixture of baking soda, dish soap and water for some time, then use dry baking soda with a sponge or soft cloth to avoid scratching their surfaces.
  • Removing bad smells from your kitchen and bathroom sponges: Soak your sponges in a saturated solution of baking soda to remove dirt. Mix 4 tablespoons of baking soda in 1 quart of lukewarm water.
  • Cleaning the oven: Sprinkle baking soda inside the oven, then add a few drops of water to moisten the powder. Let it rest overnight. The next morning, scrub and remove the baking soda and dirt with a sponge or cloth and rinse.
  • Cleaning floors: Mix ½ cup of baking soda in a bucket with warm water and use it to scrub floors, then rinse. This will help remove dirt and grime from tile floors and floors without a wax coating. If you want to remove scratch marks and similar marks from your floors, scrub them with a wet sponge where you applied baking soda and then rinse with water.
  • Polishing silverware: Make a paste with baking soda (3 parts baking soda and 1 part water) and scrub the silverware with a sponge. Make sure to rinse them very well and dry them with a soft cloth to polish them.
  • Cleaning coffee and tea stains from your pots and cups: Mix ¼ cup of baking soda in 1 quart of hot water. Scrub the pots and cups with a sponge soaked in this solution to remove coffee and tea stains and get rid of any bitter remnants. If the stains are hard to remove, soak your pots and cups in a solution of baking soda and dish soap overnight.
  • Cleaning fruits and vegetables: Using baking soda is a great way to eliminate all traces of dirt from your fruits and vegetables. Sprinkle the powder on a damp sponge, scrub and rinse.
  • Cleaning combs and brushes: Soak your combs and brushes in a solution made with 1 tablespoon of baking soda in a small amount of warm water. This will help keep them clean and remove any traces of dust or scalp skin and hair from them.
  • Washing clothes: Add ½ cup of baking soda to your clothes before washing them. This will help balance the pH of the detergent and will leave your clothes cleaner and feeling fresher.
  • Clean furniture and walls: Using baking soda can help remove stains and scratches from your furniture and wall. Sprinkle baking soda on a damp sponge and scrub the surfaces carefully. Then, clean them again with a soft, dry cloth.

Removing smells:

  • Removing smells from the fridge: Place an open box or container of baking soda in the back of your fridge to absorb any smells from food and other products.
  • Removing smells from drains: To remove smells from the drains in your sink and bathtub, pour ½ cup down them while the water is running. The warm water will mix with the baking soda and neutralize the smells. This is also a great way to use the baking soda that you put inside the fridge.
  • Removing smells from tableware: Scrub all tableware with a sponge and baking soda before placing it inside the dishwasher. You can also put it in the dishwasher for mild cleaning.
  • Removing smells from rugs and mats: Sprinkle large amounts of baking soda on your rugs. Let it rest overnight or for as long as possible (it works better the more you let it rest). Then sweep off the baking soda and vacuum the rest (it will likely fill out your vacuum bag).
  • Removing smells from vacuum cleaners: Cleaning your rugs and mats with the aforementioned method will also help remove smells from your vacuum cleaner.

These are only some of the uses of baking soda in cleaning, but they are the most important ones. You will see that it is truly a miraculous substance!



Baking Soda: A Very Versatile Cleaner (part 1)

August 8, 2016 by Dallas Maids

Cleaning with Baking Soda, Part 1



Baking Soda: A Very Versatile Cleaner (part 1)

What is baking soda?

Baking soda, also known as sodium bicarbonate, is a solid, crystalline, white-colored compound, soluble in water, which can be found naturally in nahcolite or produced artificially in the lab.

This compound has many uses, from health to cosmetics to house cleaning, among others. It would take a very long article to list them all, so for now, we will focus only on its uses as a household cleaner.

Why is baking soda a great household cleaner?

Baking soda is a chemical compound that does not harm the environment, as it occurs naturally and does not need to biodegrade. It also does not contribute to pollution of water sources and the soil, which means that you can flush it down the drain safely.

Furthermore, baking soda is easy to find and very affordable. You can find it in most supermarkets and stores, and can purchase it for very little money. For example, a box of 4lb of Arm & Hammer Baking soda costs $6.64 at Walmart. This amount could potentially last you a long time.

Why house clean with baking soda?

Every person has chemical products of some sort in their home. However, many of them contain toxic compounds that can irritate or burn skin if touched, and damage internal tissues if inhaled or ingested. Baking soda does not do that (it can lead to stomach problems in large amounts, however).

Main uses of baking soda

Baking soda is a powerful acid neutralizer. With a pH of 9, it is considered a base, and thus reacts with acids in a neutralization reaction. In the human body, it can react with the acids in the stomach (mainly hydrochloric acid), which is why it is sometimes used as an antacid. Chemists often use baking soda to cause these reactions, but that is not its only use. It also:

  • Neutralizes and removes bad smells in almost all areas of the home.
  • Removes stains, especially grease or oil stains.
  • Softens water, which allows the person to use less detergent and thus clean surfaces easily in their home without polluting the environment.

How to use baking soda to clean large and small objects

  1. Soak a sponge, cloth or rag in water.
  2. Apply the baking soda (if desired, you can also add a few drops of essential oils, which are great disinfectants – particularly lavender oil and tea tree oil).
  3. Clean the object.
  4. Dry it with a soft, clean cloth.

For small objects, let it soak for some time in water mixed with baking soda, and then rub and dry it with a clean cloth.

Next article, we will be having specific uses for baking soda in house cleaning. Stay tuned!

Caution When Using These

July 18, 2016 by Dallas Maids

Cleaning Products to Use Cautiously or Avoid

Caution when cleaningIf we thought really carefully about the kinds of cleaning products we purchase for our homes before going into the store, we would never buy anything again. While food products are getting more and more regulated with each passing day, the same cannot be said for cleaning ones. Most companies are not required by law to list every ingredient used in their products; in fact, the most some of these contain is a short list of ingredients and a toxicity label, alongside measures to be taken in case of accidental ingestion. According to a study made by the NYC Poison Control Center, 85% of labels on cleaning products are inadequate, because they do not list the long-term health and environmental effects of the usage of certain substances.
It is necessary for homeowners to know what kinds of substances they are absorbing as well as releasing into the environment, and how to best avoid them.

Among the five worst cleaning products to have in the home are:

Toilet cleaners: These products are much more abrasive and toxic than regular bathroom cleaning products, as they contain acids that can be irritants or even corrosive. Toilet disinfectants, especially, pollute the water (their active chemicals go straight into the drain) and are dangerous for children, who, if left unsupervised, might be attracted to their bright coloring and ingest or touch them.

• Oven cleaners: These products usually contain caustic soda (sodium hydroxide), which can cause chemical burns shortly after exposure. It is very important to follow the instructions on the safety labeling to the letter if one must use oven cleaners to remove built-up grease, although this build-up can be avoided by cleaning the oven shortly after each use, before it cools down completely.

Drain openers and clog removers: Some of these products are extremely dangerous to both the environment and our organisms. This is due to them containing chemicals like sodium hydroxide and sulfuric acid, which can cause burns or tissue damage if ingested. It can even cause permanent blindness if splayed onto the eyes. While they are efficient in removing clogs and opening stuck drains, they can be easily avoided; simply by preventing the drains from getting stuck to begin with, and by installing removable pipes and valves. That way, one can simply remove the affected area in case of a clogged drain. If this is impossible, then try other mechanical drain-opening methods, like using a plunger or a drain snake (also called an auger) or less toxic chemical methods, like:

a) Baking soda: Prepare this amazing drain cleaner by mixing 1 cup of salt, 1 cup of baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) and ½ cup of cream of tartar (potassium bitartrate) in a bowl. Then pour ¼ cup of this mixture at a time down the drain, followed by 2 cups of boiling water. Make sure to wait for about a minute before repeating the process. Although this method may take a few tries to work, it will surely help out.
b) Washing soda or soda crystals: Since washing soda (sodium carbonate) is more alkaline than baking soda (with a pH of 11), it can be useful for opening those really clogged drains where the baking soda has not made much of a difference. Simply pour one cup of the washing soda down the clogged drain and wait a while until it sets on the clog. Then, use the baking soda method above until your drains are completely open. However, never used this method if you have already used a commercial drain opener, as both chemicals would react strongly and such could damage the pipes. Also, washing soda damages PVC piping in the long run, so do not use it often if that is the case.

Disinfectants and antibacterial cleaning products: Many of these products are useless, and some of them are even counterproductive for maintaining a sterile environment. Furthermore, some of them contribute to bacteria developing antibiotic resistance, and thus must be used with caution, sporadically, or avoided completely. Simple detergent will be enough to eliminate most bacteria from surfaces.

Air fresheners: Some of these products contain solvents that are toxic and can cause a lot of damage to the organism. Many also can trigger asthma attacks or worsen them if they are already present, and can cause migraines or bronchitis in people sensitive to these substances. The best way to keep a room smelling fresh is to open the windows and let the air flow.

So, in general, it is best to have just a general multipurpose cleaner to keep your home clean, or use natural alternatives like baking soda and vinegar. And, never forget, plain old water and soap; the universal cleaners.

Cleaning and Organizing Your Garage

June 21, 2016 by Dallas Maids

Keep it clean!

Cleaning and Organizing Your Garage
Although the main purpose of a garage is to store one or more vehicles, most people end up using this space as storage, cluttering up everything with tools, boxes, but mostly junk. For this reason, it’s recommended that you clean and organize your garage at least twice a year, so that you can get rid of anything that you don’t use anymore and allow this room to be used for its original intended purpose.

This guide will be separated in two parts: cleaning and organizing. It’s best to do the former first before attempting the latter.

First and foremost, remove everything from the garage, especially your car, so that you can access and clean every surface. Gather everything in one place outside of the garage so you can organize it later.

  • Clean all shelves and surfaces with a damp cloth and a cleaning product adequate for the material you will be cleaning.
  • Clean the floor. This will differ depending on the material the surface is made of. Most garage floors are made of concrete, although many others are made of linoleum and similar materials. For concrete floors, it’s better to have an industrial cleaning company help you, as garages can accumulate a lot of grease and oil; these stains are very hard to remove by conventional means. If you have linoleum floors, you will need to clean them with an appropriate product and polish them.

Now you can return to the pile of objects you made earlier.

  • Organize the pile of objects into four main categories: “keep”, “donate”, “garbage” and “toxic or dangerous materials.”
  • Throw away the “garbage” pile, but separate and recycle what you can.
  • Dispose of the “toxic or dangerous materials” in an appropriate manner. You can look up information on the internet or call an environmental agency in your area to find how to properly dispose hazardous waste.
  • Put the “donate” pile in boxes and place these in your car to save time. Later on, you can take these to the charity of your choice.
  • Organize the “keep” category into smaller, more specific ones. For example: gardening tools and equipment, car tools and equipment, sports, cleaning implements, ornaments, etc.
  • Once everything has been organized into categories, put some stuff in boxes and others in shelves. Make sure to label everything so that you can find it later with ease.
  • You can place hooks inside your garage to hang things like gardening tools and equipment to save space. It’s easy to find these in any supermarket or store, although you can also fashion them yourself if you like. Of course, you can also use shelves to store these, but that tends to use more space.
  • You can store things like compost, dirt and fertilizers in small plastic containers with wheels. That way, you can move them around easily.
  • If you have bicycles at home, it’s recommended that you hang them on hooks attached to the ceiling, which will not only allow you to save space but also access them much more easily.
  • To store objects that you use infrequently, like Christmas ornaments, use boxes and label them appropriately. Place these boxes on the uppermost shelves with the label in front so that you can read and find them easily, should the need arise.

You have finished! Hopefully these tips will help you keep your garage neat and organized.

How to Detail Clean Your Living Room

June 10, 2016 by Dallas Maids

cleaning the living room

How to detail clean a living room 

The living room is also a very important room in the house, because it’s the very first (and likely only) room your guests will see. It’s a relatively difficult area to keep organized, because if even a small object is out of place, it can ruin the appearance of the entire room.

Where to start?
It’s recommended that you start cleaning this room from top to bottom, so that no stray dust falls onto what you have already cleaned.

  • Begin with the ceiling, removing cobwebs and dust with a broom, making sure it’s clean before doing so. You can also wrap a cloth around the room to catch dust better.
  • Remove the dust from ceiling fans and lamps with a long-handled brush or with a cloth, although you will need to use a ladder for the latter.
  • Clean any light switches, electrical sockets and plugs with a mildly damp dishcloth. Also make sure to clean the walls around these objects, because they tend to accumulate a lot of dirt.
  • Remove your curtains and put them in the laundry, or buy new ones. After removing all curtains, you will clean your window frames, followed by the windows themselves and any other objects made of glass.
  • First, dust your window frames and clean them carefully. Then, clean your windows and glass objects, using a glass-cleaning solution or water mixed with vinegar. After applying the solution, use a dry cloth to scrub the glass clean.
  • Clean your doors and door handles. To do this, use a dry cloth to remove any dust, and then polish them with a product that is appropriate for the materials cleaned.
  • Clean your lamps. Dust the shades and remove the light bulbs. Clean them carefully with a damp cloth. If you can, take the lamps apart to remove insects and dust that might have settled inside the fixture. Also replace any light bulbs that are burned out.
  • Clean your sofa and armchairs. These are very important to keep clean, so remove the cushions and clean the inside of the couch with a damp cloth. You can use ammonia mixed with water to remove food, drink and other stains.  Extra tip: Check the effect of any cleaning solution on a non-visible corner of the couch, so that you can see the effects it has on the fabric.
  • Clean your ornaments. Check them thoroughly to make sure that they aren’t broken and clean them carefully. Dispose of any old and dusty candles. Put away any ornaments that you dislike. If you have too many ornaments, put half of them in a box and alternate them every month or so.
  • Clean your tables and chairs. Use a product to polish wood (if your tables and chairs are made of this material) or mix ½ cup of olive oil with ¼ cup of lemon juice and use it to polish most surfaces. To clean these surfaces carefully, use a soft, dry cloth.
  • Clean all electronic devices (TV, stereo, home theater, telephones, etc.) and their remote controls. Use a microfiber cloth for this purpose and a bit of alcohol to remove stains. Make sure to unplug all your devices before cleaning them.
  • Once everything else has been cleaned, sweep your floors and vacuum your carpets thoroughly. You can also polish your floors with a product appropriate for their materials.
  • Put new flowers in any vases you have around so that the room looks and smells nice.
  • Spray the room with air freshener and enjoy!

You have finished! Hopefully these tips will help you keep your living room clean and your guests happy!

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