Showing posts from December, 2022

Keep Your Pool Cage and Lanai Patio Spider Web Free with Routine Pressure Washing

                                    Keeping your pool cage and lanai patio free of spider webs can be a lot of work. Not only are these webs unsightly, they can also be difficult to remove. The good news is that with routine pressure washing, you can keep these areas clean and spider web-free all year long. Let’s look at why pressure washing is the best way to get rid of spider webs in the pool cage or lanai patio, as well as how to make sure your pressure washer does the job right.   Why Pressure Washing Works Best for Spider Webs  Pressure washing works best for getting rid of spider webs because it delivers a high-pressure stream of water that is powerful enough to blast away webs without damaging delicate surfaces like paint or wood. This makes pressure washing an ideal solution for cleaning up spider webs in hard-to-reach places like the pool cage or lanai patio.  How to Make Sure Your Pressure Washer Does the Job Right  The key to making sure your pressure washer does its job pro

Get Your Oven Ready for the Holidays

Christmas is just a few days away, it's time to get your oven ready for all that holiday cooking. Whether you're hosting family and friends or just making a few delicious dishes for yourself, a clean, well-maintained oven is essential. Here are some tips on how to prepare your oven for the holiday season.  Clean Out The Inside Of The Oven  The first step in preparing your oven for the holidays is to clean out the inside of the oven. Start by removing any racks and scraping off any burnt food or grease. To make cleaning easier, you can purchase an oven cleaner specifically designed for this task or use a combination of baking soda and vinegar to create a paste which can be spread over the interior of the oven and left overnight before scrubbing off with a damp cloth.  Check For Broken Parts Or Leaks  It's also important to check your oven for broken parts or leaks before holiday cooking begins. Be sure to look over the door seal, temperature sensors, thermostat knob, and oth