How To Remove Hair From Vacuum Roller

We completely understand how it is frustrating to vacuum with a clogged brushbar. At times, it can seem like you are trying your hardest, but nothing is happening! What now? We have the perfect solution for you. Learning to remove hair from a vacuum roller can help you avoid any cleaning stress and make your … Read more

How To Clean Hair Off Bathroom Floor

Let’s face facts: no one enjoys cleaning their bathroom floor, especially if there is hair. Often a vacuum can get all those hairs, but it cannot clean the corners near your toilet, sink, and bathtub.  And although a broom can reach places the vacuum can’t, there is still dirt and grime left. It’s time-consuming to … Read more

How To Get Long Hair Out Of Carpet Before Vacuuming

As someone who owns a small army of pets, I can understand that getting long hair out of the carpet can be a headache. Depending on how far you stretch the definition of “pet,” I also have a roommate with long hair. In either case, removing long hairs from your vacuum can be a real … Read more

How To Naturally Clean Laminate Floors Without Streaking?

If you’ve ever had laminate wood floors, you know that they can be a beautiful addition to your home. But, that beauty can be cut-short once you see your first streaky floor. You aren’t alone, as the tiny grooves on the surface of your laminate flooring make this challenging. If you are at your wit’s … Read more

Can You Use A Steam Mop On Laminate Floors?

Laminate floors are trendy and quite beautiful when kept clean and sanitized. Many homeowners who have laminate floors may be wondering if they can use a steam mop to keep their floors fresh and clean.  Generally speaking, the answer is no. However, there is an exception if you have waterproof laminate floors from some reputed … Read more

Is It Safe To Clean Laminate Floors With Vinegar?

Is vinegar safe for laminate floors? Yes, vinegar is generally safe to use on most laminate floors. Diluted vinegar is gentler on floors than chemicals, which can damage their surface. Mix one cup of white or cleaning vinegar with warm water in a spray bottle. Lightly spray over the floor and use a damp mop … Read more