The Gift Of Love
There Is Nothing Better Than Giving Your Loved One Something Special. A Clean Home Is Always Special. When You Get Home From A Long Day Of Working, You Just Want To Relax, Or When You Want To Go Out But The House Is A Mess, All That Stress Can Be Lifted With Just One Phone Call. Call Tri Maids Today And Let Us Help You Get Your Home To Sparkle And Shine, And Let You And Your Loved Ones Relax And Enjoy A Clean Home!
As for any and all other options- here’s a quick breakdown of those “necessary” to-do items to get ready for the holidays and any parties that are associated with it.
First things first – Do a “visitor” walk thru and just take notes of everything that you see that are out of place. This is a great time to give out these little tasks to any other people in the house if possible to get a little bit of help with this hectic time.
Depending on your time limit that you have, I recommend these are the things that you take care of 2-3 days beforehand.
–Clean windows and vacuum window tracks. Damp mop baseboards.
–Deep clean bathrooms and straighten bedrooms.
–Clean all top kitchen surfaces. Wipe fridge and make room for extra food in there.
–Dust all surfaces and sweep entryway.
DAY BEFORE OR DAY OF VISITING (IF POSSIBLE)
–Hang fresh hand towels, and check hand soap.
–Wipe any dirty areas in the bathrooms using a wet rag.
–Put toilet bowl cleaner in the toilets and give them a quick brushing.
–Wipe mirrors, countertops, and bathroom floors with a damp towel.
–Take out the garbage, and line trash receptacles with clean liners.
–Straighten stacks of magazines and books.
–Straighten and fluff sofa pillows and cushions.
–Carry a laundry basket throughout the house, picking up clutter as you go. Once filled, put everything in its place or you can just hide the basket. ☺
–Vacuum high-traffic areas.
–Place fresh flowers and light scented candles.
Now your home should look and smell great. This will take off the extra stress that can be associated with having visitors and/or family over to your home.
DIY Bath Bombs
- 1 Cup Of Baking Soda
- ½ Cup Of Corn Starch
- 1 Cup Of Citric Acid
- ½ Cup Of Melted Coconut Oil
- 5-10 Drops Of Essential Oil (Your Choice On Oil & Amount Of Drops)
- Silicone Mold (Valentine Themed Is Perfect For February)
Mix Your Dry Ingredients Together, It Will Get Dusty. Melt Your Coconut Oil. Then Add The Melted Coconut, And Essential Oils Into The Dry Mix. Make Sure To Mix Well. When It’s Mixed Completely It Will Take On The Consistency Of Ohio Snow, It Doesn’t Pack Well Enough To Make A Snowman, But It Does Have Enough Moisture That It Won’t Drift Easily. In Other Words, It Will Stick Together But Isn’t Sticky. It Also Somewhat Falls Apart Easily. Pack Into Your Molds, Pressing Firmly (Using A Spoon To Really Pack Them In Works Well). Let Molds Sit For 24 Hours. Carefully Remove Bath Bombs From The Molds (They Come Out Easier With Silicone Molds). Put Them In A Bag, Or Container So They Last, Use Whenever You Want!
Heavy Duty DIY Floor cleaner
¼ Cup Of white Vinegar
1 Teaspoon Liquid Dish Soap (Blue Dawn Is Miracle In A Bottle)
¼ Cup Of Washing Soda
2 Gallons Of Very Warm Tap Water
Place All The Ingredients Into A Bucket, Mix Well And Until Susdy. Mop The Area(s) With The Floor Cleaner. Rinsing Isn’t Required, But Wiping With A towel Afterwards Gives It A Very Nice Clean Finish.
Not Recommended For Waxed Floors, It Might Make The Wax Gunky.
Some Cute Dinner And Desert Ideas For Valentines
Chicken Parmesan With Cheese Hearts
Hamburger Hearts (Veggie Hearts)
Homemade Or Store Bought Pizza Heart
Chocolate Covered Strawberry Hearts
Red Velvet Chocolate Chip Cookies
Heart Shaped Fruit