As the great house cleaning expert Martha Stewart once said, “a good clean home is a happy home.” Okay, we’re not sure if she actually said that or not, but she might as well have because everyone knows how much she loves her clean homes. Whether she said it or not, at Minch Professional Cleaning Services, LLC, we believe every word of that statement.
If you have a pet, like a cat, dog, guinea pig, you name it, it might be a bit tougher to keep your home completely clean. We’re sure you love your cute, furry animal, but you’re also probably wondering: how can it shed so much HAIR? Well, this residential and commercial cleaning company in PA, has come up with three helpful tips for cleaning up after your pets:
1. Clean up stains and messes – If your pet hasn’t been trained to go outside yet, you might end up finding little presents around the house that you’ll have to clean up. Remember to clean up urine as quickly as possible before it dries to keep it from becoming absorbed into the carpet. Use a paper towel to dab the area, then use a cleaning product to remove the ammonia.
2. Get rid of all that hair – Even if your pet is smaller than you, they usually have a lot more hair, which can find its way to any place in the house. Before you decide to shave your dog, remember that you can get rid of all that hair without having to go through with a buzzcut. Brushing your pet’s hair regularly will cut down on shedding, and for the hairs that do find their way onto your couch or bed, use a portable vacuum cleaner.
3. Eliminate odors – To stop pet odors from filling your house, remember to clean up the stains and messes before they have time to set in. If it is too late, then you can treat the area with professional pet stain and odor remover, and then rinse the area with water.
These tips will help keep your home clean after your pets make a mess. You can also rely on this residential and commercial cleaning service in Doylestown, PA, and the surrounding areas, for a cleaner house. To learn more about cleaning up after your pets, contact us at 267-202-4412.