Have you ever found yourself wishing you could have the same top-notch level of service for residential housekeeping that you love while staying in hotels? So did we, and that’s what makes National Duster’s services stand out from the crowd. Our commitment to each customer shines brightly in our company’s workforce.
For customers looking for recurring services, we like to send out Veronica to do a walk through (Free of charge) so we can give an accurate estimate. We are usually pretty close to our first estimate, but its good to get more detail and talk with our customers so that we are all on the same page.
National Dusters offers monthly, recurring cleaning services (Minneapolis Maid Service) that helps keep your home clean and beautiful all year long – at affordable prices.
Maid Service in Minneapolis / St. Paul
Why balance your precious time with family, friends and work between grime and crud in your home. Let the professionals handle it.
As a bonus to trying out our recurring monthly cleaning service in Minneapolis / St. Paul, during the months of July, August and September – we’ll give new recurring monthly customers a whole home carpet cleaning for FREE.
For one time cleanings our initial bid is for a block of hours, usually at a lower hourly rate. If the cleaning takes longer than our Thumbtack bid we first get permission from the homeowner to continue and then the additional hours are billed at our normal one time rate.
There’s no better time to get your house professionally cleaned on a regular basis, to free up the rest of your life. Call National Dusters Today at 612 DUSTERS| (612) 387-8377.
Every kitchen needs a deep clean now and then. Sometimes, though it may appear clean, there’s deep seeded grime that you may not realize is a problem through daily use. Let’s get right into it and point out some great kitchen cleaning tips – from cabinet to countertop.
Cleaning Stone Countertops
Refresh your granite or stone. You can remove most coffee, juice or other stains with a hydrogen peroxide / water solution. Kitchen designer Florence Perchuk, says a few drops of ammonia added to this solution does the ultimate trick. For everyday wear and tear of your stone countertops, buff away small scratches with superfine dry steel wool called “grade 0000.”
What is the Best Way to Clean Grout?
One of the best home remedies out there is to mix baking soda and water together as a homemade cleaner. Pour half a cup of baking soda into 2 gallons of water. The baking soda cleaner should take most stains out of grout, as well. If there are tough stains, don’t flood the grout with a cleaner – that is not effective. For serious discoloration you need to call in a pro. Removing the grout is only necessary when it’s cracked and water can seep through and damage the floor underneath.
How to Shine Your Kitchen Floors
The endless task of presenting your home in a brilliant fashion, starts with the gathering place for family, friends and company – the kitchen. So how do you keep those floors beautiful? Shine your kitchen floors with vinegar. For wood floors, get yourself a bucket and mix nine parts warm water to one part white vinegar. Its an inexpensive, age-old trick that makes your floors dazzle with sparkle!
How to Remove Tarnish from Brass, Pots & Pans
Wait for it… KETCHUP. That’s right, ketchup. Now there’s a better use for Americans to re-purpose their ketchup desires. And it won’t even matter if high fructose corn syrup is in it or not. To remove tarnish from copper and brass fixtures, pots, and pans, just dab some onto a soft cloth and gently rub. Finish by rinsing with warm water.
De-Gunk Your Cabinets
Every kitchen has this problem; cabinet “gunk”. Bacon grease, boiling water, sautéing veggies, etc. It all gets in that wood and all over your hardware. What to do? This DIY cleaning staple is as widely known (or an unknown hidden gem..) as vinegar and baking soda.
Make a solution that is one part vegetable oil and two parts baking soda. This will result in a magical solution for cleaning gunky kitchen cabinets. Work the wood with a sponge, old toothbrush or maybe even your hands. Whatever works!
Little Unknown Kitchen Cleaning Tips
Now for the fun stuff; the stuff we use everyday that probably irritates you.
How to Clean Your Blender
This is a tip that has cropped up on the internet. After you pour your smoothie or drink from your blender, take the pitcher straight to the sink. Put in a little water and a drop of dish soap, then put it back on the blender, and turn it on for 20 seconds. Rinse it out and you’re done. BOOM!
How to Power Clean Your Microwave
The quickest way to clean a microwave oven is to place a handful of wet paper towels inside and run it on High for about 3 minutes. The steam from the towels will soften everything sticking to the walls. Once the paper towels are safe to touch, simply pick them up and sue them to wipe the interior of the microwave down.
To deodorize the microwave, combine 1 cup of water with a half cup of lemon juice in a measuring cup or a mug and also heat it on high for about 3 minutes. Let it stand for 10 minutes or so afterward and you’re now smelling sweet!
How to Refresh Your Coffee Pot
Your coffee pot, we suspect, is the most used item in your home. If you have a glass pot in your setup, it can very quickly develop a brown haze all over, especially if you leave it warming for long periods of time. The quickest cure we can find to eliminating this grossness involves ice, salt and a lemon.
Fill the empty jug a quarter full of ice. Cut the lemon into quarters and squeeze two of the quarters into the jug. Add 2 tablespoons of salt. Swirl the mixture in the jug for 2 minutes and the inside surface will quickly come clean. Rinse it out; you’re ready to fuel up again!
Clean Your Cast Iron Pans
If you’re a Chef or cook of sorts, you know that you should never use liquid soap on a cast-iron pan and never scrub it with anything abrasive if you want to maintain its well-oiled nonstick surface. And you absolutely should NEVER run them through the dishwasher. So should you clean it?
One simple answer. SALT. If the pan will not rinse clean with water and a soft dishcloth, rub it with a few tablespoons of salt and a paper towel, and rinse. You can replenish the oil film by coating the inside surface of the pan with a dab of cooking oil.
These are some of our favorite DIY kitchen cleaning tips and solutions that are out there for you to try. However, all of this still begs the question… Do you have the time and energy to do all of this work?
National Dusters provides weekly and monthly maid services to help you in the kitchen and beyond with all of your household cleaning needs. We can even de-gunk the cabinet.. just ask 🙂
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