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Maids and Moore offers EPA approved Home and Office sanitization cleans

We are considered an essential business and will continue to serve our communities. We appreciate the love and support we have from our wonderful employees and customers. What an amazing community we have the pleasure to serve.!!

A quick message from, Summer Abram, our district manager of Maids and Moore. Going over all precautions that we are taking during the COVID-19 to follow CDC guidelines while protecting the health of our employees and customers.

NOW OFFERING:

EPA approved GREEN product that will disinfect hard to kill viruses.

Maids and Moore has acquired an electrostatic misting machine and are now scheduling misting services. This added Electrostatic Misting service kills pathogens of viruses such as COVID-19.

Electrostatic disinfecting is a way of quickly and evenly coating a surface with a disinfecting solution and will also serve for air duct sanitization. This is done by using an electrostatic applicator. Safe for homes with children and pets. Here is a video of our owner, Holly Moore, misting our Austin office. Click here to watch.


What is Electrostatic Disinfecting and How Does it Work?
Electrostatic disinfecting is a way of quickly and evenly coating a surface with a disinfecting solution.

How an electromagnetic sprayer works:

This is done by using an electrostatic applicator that gives a negative charge to the disinfecting solution as it exits the nozzle. The charged molecules will repel each other, meaning they will be an even distance from each other, but will be attracted to the surface they are applied to. The charged particles have a charge strength greater than gravity allowing them to directly target a selected surface very quickly providing near-immediate room reentry. In most instances, surfaces are neutral. So when an electrostatic disinfecting system, like the Hurricane ES Sprayer with https://gogreenklean.com/chlorinated-disinfecting-tablets/ provides a negative charge to the solution, said solution will be attracted to a surface with a different polarity.

If you want to get even more technical, this is an example of Coulomb’s Law. It’s also how the automotive industry has evenly and accurately spread spray paint onto cars for decades.

We will be using this in our office daily to help with prevention and want to also offer to our customers as an additional service. We acquired this to add an extra layer of protection… Keep in mind this product is green. At the rate of mixture, it has a 10 second kill time…. Here are a few things that we would ask you to do upon scheduling a Misting Service


1.) Slightly open any drawers or cabinets of areas you would like to make sure the mist will permeate to

.2.) Put away all food. Although this product is “green” and safe, who wants anything sprayed on their food?!

3.) The product does have an odor which is close to the smell of chlorine. If you are sensitive to smell, plan to leave home for 30 min to an hour after the service. The smell dissipated rather quickly after we treated our office.

4.) Scheduling Now – Call 1-844 GOT DUST/ 1-844-468-3878 option 1 email maidsandmoore@gmail.com to book. The service will be scheduled in the order of request.

As a family-owned and operated business, we wanted to see if we can help you and your family.


Call us today to learn more at 1-844 GOT DUST/ 1-844-468-3878 option 1

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NOW OFFERING EPA Approved Disinfecting on Every Cleaning

Did you know Maids and Moore Cleaning Services are trained and prepared to provide disinfecting cleaning services during and after COVID-19? We are now using EPA approved disinfecting procedures and products that kill viruses and germs left behind on surfaces. In addition to residential cleaning, We are Now Offering cleanings for businesses during business hours.


See below what Maids and Moore are doing to keep our customers, staff, and community safe.


1. We have added a new disinfecting product to our cleanings that will be used to clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces. This includes tables, doorknobs, light switches, counter tops, handles, desks, toilets, faucets, and sinks. This product is EPA approved and will kill all viruses and germs left behind on the surface within minutes. It is also green and safe to use on all surfaces. To learn more go to https://gogreenklean.com/chlorinated-disinfecting-tablets/

2. Staff precautions:· Not allowed to work if sick · Must wash hands for 30 seconds before and after cleaning a house· Must wear new gloves in each home and refrain from touching face · Due to the shortage of masks (we have ordered masks but they are on back order) we will not be wearing masks, however, the CDC is recommending that only the sick and healthcare workers wear them. If you would like to provide masks, the maids can wear them inside your house· Trained on new disinfectant cleaner application

3.) Social Distancing-Our Maids who are healthy, willing, and need to work will still be servicing homes. We are no longer gathering in our office to get supplies daily but instead driving through the back entrances to refill supplies and get work orders, one team at a time in order to follow the recommendation of 10 people or less gathered in one area. Maids and Moore strongly support the local and federal regulations and are following them closely.

4.) Rescheduling-We would like to ask that if you or anyone in your home are currently or recently have been ill that you reschedule. We have waived all cancellation fees at this time. If needed, please call our office and reschedule as it is no problem at all. Once well, please call us and we will be happy to resume services including cleaning and disinfecting. We greatly appreciate your help in this matter as this is a community effort. We believe that if we as a community follow CDC guidelines and everyone does their part, the faster we will get back to normal.


5.) NEW ADD ON – Electrostatic Misting EPA registered GREEN product that will disinfect hard to kill viruses-As promised, Maids and Moore have acquired an electrostatic mist machine and are now scheduling misting services. With the shortage of all sanitizing products, we have locked down a small supply of products that are safe for homes with children and pets. This added Electrostatic Misting service will also serve for air duct sanitization. Here is a video of our owner, Holly Moore, misting our Austin office. Click here to watch.

How an electromagnetic sprayer works:
What is Electrostatic Disinfecting and How Does it Work?
Electrostatic disinfecting is a way of quickly and evenly coating a surface with a disinfecting solution. This is done by using an electrostatic applicator that gives a negative charge to the disinfecting solution as it exits the nozzle. The charged molecules will repel each other, meaning they will be an even distance from each other, but will be attracted to the surface they are applied to. The charged particles have a charge strength greater than gravity allowing them to directly target a selected surface very quickly providing near-immediate room reentry.In most instances, surfaces are neutral. So when an electrostatic disinfecting system, like the Hurricane ES Sprayer with https://gogreenklean.com/chlorinated-disinfecting-tablets/ provides a negative charge to the solution, said solution will be attracted to a surface with a different polarity. If you want to get even more technical, this is an example of Coulomb’s Law. It’s also how the automotive industry has evenly and accurately spread spray paint onto cars for decades.
We will be using this in our office daily to help with prevention and want to also offer to our customers as an additional service. We acquired this to add an extra layer of protection… Keep in mind this product is green. At the rate of mixture, it has a 10 second kill time…. Here are a few things that we would ask you to do upon scheduling a Misting Service


1.) Slightly open any drawers or cabinets of areas you would like to make sure the mist will permeate to.

2.) Put away all food. Although this product is “green” and safe, who wants anything sprayed on their food?!

3.) The product does have an odor which is close to the smell of chlorine. If you are sensitive to smell, plan to leave home for 30 min to an hour after the service. The smell dissipated rather quickly after we treated our office.

4.) The cost of the service is 5 cents per square foot with a minimum of $95.00 for one application

.5.) Scheduling Now – Call 1-844 GOT DUST/ 1-844-468-3878 option 1 email maidsandmoore@gmail.com to book. The service will be scheduled in the order of request.


As a family-owned and operated business, we wanted to reach out to see if we can help you and your family.
Call us today to learn more at 1-844 GOT DUST/ 1-844-468-3878 option 1

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How to Clean Marks Off Walls with Flat Paint

A dingy, scuffed wall can be quite unattractive. By cleaning the walls as well as other parts of the room, you’ll be making the place feel and look more appealing. However, bear in mind that walls with flat paint need to be well cared for. You don’t want to be too vigorous when scrubbing flat paint as that could wear down the finish, making for an unpleasant appearance. As such, it’s important to learn how to clean marks off walls with flat paint.

How to Clean Marks Off Walls with Flat Paint

In this article, we’ll highlight how to clean marks off walls with flat paint. It’s a simple step by step process that will have your walls clean and spotless in no time.

Find Out If You Have Flat Paint

Before starting the cleaning process, confirm that you have flat paint walls. This doesn’t refer to the texture of the walls but rather that the wall is a matte finish. Since flat paint doesn’t reflect light, it’s ideal for hiding imperfections in accent walls and ceilings. If your walls don’t reflect light at all, even from an angle and have 0-10 percent gloss, it’s safe to say they have flat paint.

Cleaning Supplies

How to Clean Marks Off Walls with Flat Paint

A household tip to consider is always having cleaning essentials in your home. Here are some of the cleaning supplies you’ll need to gather for cleaning flat paint walls:

  • Cloth or Sponge
  • Touch up Paints and Paintbrush
  • Detergent
  • Foam Cleanser
  • Eraser Sponge
  • White Vinegar

Cleaning Flat Paint Walls

First things first, be sure to clean dirt and stains from flat paint as quickly as possible. The longer you ignore the stains, the harder they are to clean. Here are a few tips for removing scuff marks, smears and smudges from flat paint walls:

Start the cleaning process by rubbing the wall with a clean, damp cloth or sponge. Sometimes plain water will do the trick and remove all stains, allowing you to avoid cleaning products. This will likely work if you deal with stains as soon as you see them.

How to Clean Marks Off Walls with Flat Paint

If plain water doesn’t work, consider adding vinegar to the damp cloth or sponge and scrub the walls gently. If vinegar doesn’t remove the stain entirely, you can try removing problematic spots with an eraser sponge. This gentle cleaning product should remove stubborn stains without damaging the paint. If you still have the original wall paint, you can use a painter’s brush to touch up the stained spot. Alternatively, repaint the entire wall with a new, more durable sheen.

For especially stubborn stains, our team here at Maids and Moore will ensure your home is squeaky clean with no marks on the walls.

Bottom Line

With these few tips, you now know how to clean marks off walls with flat paint. Remember that a professional cleaning company will have the right equipment, training and experience to keep your home looking and feeling fresh and clean. Our team is capable of tackling all types of stubborn stains and other household chores.

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17 Mistakes to Avoid When Selling Your House

Selling your house can be both exciting and stressful, especially if it’s your first time. Regardless of why you decided to sell your home, there are a number of pitfalls you can easily fall into, making your home selling experience less than ideal. Luckily, we’ve put together a list of the most common home selling mistakes people make so you can sell your home knowing you have your bases covered. 

Underestimating the cost of selling your house

While you should ultimately profit from the sale of your home, many home sellers forget about the costs associated with selling a house. For starters, you should expect to use five to six percent of the total sale price of your home to cover the commissions of both the seller and buyer agents. For example, if you sell your home for $300,000 you could wind up paying upwards of $18,000 in commission. 

Furthermore, this hefty cost doesn’t include possible concessions homebuyers might want you to make during the negotiation phase, such as making repairs suggested by a home inspector.

Not budgeting for your move

When you consider the moving process, you have two options: hiring a moving company or borrow your buddy’s truck and doing it yourself. 

By hiring a moving company, rather than doing it yourself, you’re getting someone who will pack, move, and then unpack your belongings. This means that a full-service mover can be well worth the investment when you’re preoccupied with all of the other tasks associated with selling your home. Not to mention,when you hire movers your belongings are insured so you’re covered if anything breaks.

Selling a house you owe more on than what it’s worth

If you still have a remaining balance on your mortgage, you’ll most likely use a portion of the sale proceeds of your home to pay off the existing mortgage. Make sure you don’t owe more on your mortgage than what your house is actually worth or you won’t make enough money on the sale to pay off your mortgage. The best option is almost always to wait on selling your home so that it can build more equity. This way you can sell your home and buy a new one without having two mortgages at the same time.

Pricing your home incorrectly

If you price your home too high, your home may fall into seller’s limbo, sitting on the market for what feels like an eternity. On the other hand, if you price too low then you will likely sell your home quickly but you risk missing out on a significant amount of money. 

The first step to understanding how much your home is worth is utilizing an online calculator. Afterward, meet with your real estate agent to discuss a good pricing strategy for your home. They will look at other comparable properties in your neighborhood that sold recently as well as bring keen insights into what the housing market is currently doing. Together, you’ll determine a good starting price as well as a pricing strategy that will incentivise buyers if your house begins to sit on the market for too long.

Skipping a pre-listing home inspection

Selling a house is stressful enough, even when everything goes right. But if a homebuyer hires an inspector who catches an issue like mold, pests, or a cracked foundation, then your stress levels will multiply as you risk losing a potential sale entirely.

Given the affordability of home inspections, there’s not much reason to avoid them. Getting a pre-listing home inspection will put your mind at ease as you’ll either know that your home is in sound condition or you’ll be able to tackle problems before homebuyers have the chance to bring them up during the negotiation phase. If an issue does arise, you can either fix it or you can let buyers know and then make a concession during the negotiation phase by reducing the price of your home accordingly. 

Not refinishing hardwood floors or cleaning your carpet

If you’re reading this at home, look down. How do your floors look? Even if they don’t look terrible, there’s a pretty good chance they’re starting to show their age. Since potential buyers are going to be inspecting every aspect of your home, you should start thinking of refinishing your hardwood floors and cleaning your carpet.

The best time to have your carpet cleaned or hardwood floors refinished is right before you stage your home. Since you’ll already be moving most (or all) of your furniture to either a new home or a storage unit, this is a great time to get your floors done and make them a selling point to potential homebuyers.

Not staging your home for a quick sale

The main point of staging your home is to allow potential homebuyers the chance to picture themselves living in your space. They get to see a home with furniture and art that’s arranged in a way that highlights key features of your home, rather than an empty house that echoes every sound. Staging your home pays off too as 21 percent of agents told the National Association of Realtors that staging a home increased its’ sale price by as much as 10 percent, making it a worthwhile investment. 

Forgoing professional real estate photos

With the advent of cameras on smartphones, everyone likes to think of themselves as a photographer these days. Even though that picture you took of your dinner last week looked like it could be featured in advertisements, you’re still probably not ready to take your own real estate photos. A real estate photographer will make sure that your home looks great when you list it because not only do they have the equipment, they understand the angles that best sell a home. 

If you have a large home, a stunning view you want to show off, or a large amount of land, you may also want to consider having aerial photos taken of your home. The views that drones are able to capture are impressive and can help show off your home in a way that will make sure it stands out from other houses in your area that are on the market. Even better, drone technology makes this option more affordable than ever before, allowing you to get a lot more bang for your buck.

Trying to sell a poorly lit home

You want to show your home in the best light, so take the time to really gauge the quality of your lighting by closing your curtains/blinds and looking at each room as though you’re a potential homebuyer. Make a note of any rooms that are poorly lit or just seem dark and then call an electrician so that you can have some additional lighting installed. 

Even worse than a poorly lit room, however, is when the lights don’t work at all. Sometimes the light bulb is just burnt out, while other times the socket itself is in need of repair. Consider calling an electrician before you begin showing your home to make sure it’s shining its brightest. Potential buyers (and your bank account) will thank you for the investment.

Not making your home energy efficient

If you’d like to spend less on your utility bills, you aren’t alone. A study by the National Association of Realtors found that 33 percent of homebuyers see high-efficiency HVAC systems as an important factor when looking at a new home. If you have an older home, you should look into either retrofitting or replacing your HVAC unit altogether as your current system might be using a lot more energy than it needs to be. This will ensure that you have a system that is meeting your home’s needs, while also lowering your utility bill.

If you’re committed to energy-efficiency then there are a few extra things you can do. These options include making sure your home is properly insulated, ensuring that you don’t have any leaky air ducts, and buying a smart thermostat. Whichever route you pursue, having an energy-efficient HVAC system will make your house stand out from the competition. 

Not cleaning your house before trying to sell it

Most of us would probably be lying if we said our homes weren’t overdue for a good cleaning, so don’t forget to check this box before listing your home for sale. There’s nothing more off-putting during a home tour than realizing the house is dirty, and potential homebuyers may wonder what else you’ve been neglecting. By hiring a professional cleaning company, you’ll guarantee that not only is your home spotless but that you’re going to make a great impression on homebuyers when they tour your house. 

Not addressing the exterior of your house

Over the years, your home’s exterior has taken a beating from the elements. With everything mother nature throws at it every year, the paint on your home’s exterior and the stain on your deck have likely lost a bit of their luster. So before listing, be sure to pressure wash your house first. In addition to making sure your house looks its best in the listing photos, you will also enhance the overall curb appeal when buyers eventually show up for a tour. 

In addition to pressure washing your house and deck, you can also take the time to pressure wash your garage door, fence, patio, driveway, and any walkways you may have. 

You never got around to repainting

One of the first things a potential buyer will notice when they pull up to your home is the paint. If you want to make a good first impression, then you’ll need to ensure that your home is painted an inviting color and that the quality of your paint job is top-notch. While the job of repainting your house might take a few days, the value of painting your house before selling will be well worth the effort.  A recent study found that painting the exterior of your home has a 51 percent return on investment. 

Don’t stop with the exterior though! We’ve all seen some pretty questionable color choices on the walls of homes. If you happen to have a lime green or bright purple wall, you’ll want to repaint them to be a more buyer-friendly neutral color. Doing so will make it easier for buyers to be able to picture themselves living in your home as it makes them think of your walls as a blank canvas.

Selling a home with a yard in need of some TLC

The other way to make a great first impression is by wowing potential buyers with your yard. Start by cleaning up anything that may be cluttering your yard, porch, or pathways (things like gardening equipment or a child’s bicycle). Then you can move onto mowing the lawn, weeding your garden, and planting some new flowers. If your yard has a damaged pathway, you may also want to think about fixing or even replacing it as well. 

If these touch-ups seem like a lot to tackle while you’re trying to sell your home, don’t be afraid to hire a landscaper as the cost is well worth it. A study by Turf Magazine found that a home’s value tended to increase by as much as 10 to 12 percent after making upgrades to the landscaping.

You have mismatched appliances

Maybe your black stove died a couple of years ago and you replaced it with a brand new stainless steel one. Or maybe you swapped out that white kitchen faucet you always hated with a copper one that caught your eye. Either way, the result is mismatched appliances. While it won’t necessarily impact the overall sale price of your home, many homebuyers are going to find the mismatched color scheme off-putting, so consider making some changes before you sell. 

The best way to proceed is to decide which kitchen appliances are your favorite and base the color scheme off of them. So if that fancy new stove you bought last year is stainless steel, then make sure your other appliances are too. Luckily, many appliance manufacturers offer discounts if you purchase multiple appliances with them at once.

Lingering during a home tour

Nobody likes a lingerer, especially when they also happen to be the owner of the home you’re currently touring. If you don’t leave the home during a showing, then potential buyers feel awkward as they attempt to discuss what they like and dislike about the house. You also prevent your listing agent from being able to do their job to the best of their abilities as you’re naturally going to want to answer any questions the buyers have rather than leaving those questions to your agent. So instead of staying in your home during a showing, try taking the opportunity to go shopping, run errands, or visit some friends instead. Your agent will thank you.

Taking a Lowball Offer Personally

Regardless of your reasons for moving, the fact that you’ve probably lived in your home for years means that you have a lot of strong feelings attached to it. So when you receive a lowball offer, it’s natural to be offended. 

Instead of walking away, send them back a counteroffer that you and your real estate agent think is fair. If they really are interested, then you’ll be glad you didn’t let your emotions get the better of you.

Originally published on Redfin

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How to Prevent Water Spots on Stainless Steel Sink – How do you keep water spots off stainless steel sink?

If you have a stainless-steel sink or appliance, chances are you’ve experienced stains or water spots a time or two. These water spots or stains can really make your sinks and appliances look dull and grimy.  But you don’t have to worry anymore if you know a few tips on how to prevent water spots on stainless steel sink.

How to Prevent Water Spots on Stainless Steel Sink

How to Prevent Water Spots on Stainless Steel Sink
How to Prevent Water Spots on Stainless Steel Sink

A great way of keeping your house clean in making sure the kitchen sink remains spotless. In this post, we’ll point out a few tips on how to prevent and get rid of water spots on your stainless steel sink and appliances. The methods outlined are easy and you probably already have the items needed in your pantry.

Water spots are primarily caused by hard mineral-rich water and getting rid of them can be a bit of a hassle. But with the right technique, you can have your sinks and appliances fresh and shiny in no time. The most important factor to bear in mind is that dealing with water spots is not a one-off cleaning project. You need to keep up with the removal process to ensure your sink and appliances stay clean and shiny.

Removing and Preventing Water Spots from Stainless Steel Sinks

Ingredients

Steps

  • Start by cleaning and rinsing the sink. Be sure to clean around the outer sides as well as the handles
  • Pour some white distilled vinegar in a spray bottle then spray it all over the sink. Give the vinegar for about five minutes to work its magic and get rid of those stubborn water spots.
  • Next, sprinkle some baking soda all over the sink. You can expect it to fizz a little.
  • Start removing the water spots by scrubbing the sink with a soft sponge or cloth
  • Repeat the process as needed until you’ve removed all the water spots.

Note: if you’ve carried out some major buildup, say around the handles or anywhere else, just cover the area or wrap around the handles with a damp cloth, and pour some vinegar on top, then let it sit for about 15-20 minutes. This will help to break down any build-up. You can repeat the process until you’ve removed all the residue.

Removing Water Spots from Stainless Steel Appliances

This method is quite efficient, just make sure to buff the appliance really well once you’re done, to prevent the oil from causing a build-up over time.

Ingredients

  • Microfiber cloth
  • Soft paper towel
  • Olive oil

Steps

How to Prevent Water Spots on Stainless Steel Sink
How to Prevent Water Spots on Stainless Steel Sink
  • Fold your paper towel into half then apply a small amount of olive oil onto it – about a nickel to a quart-sized amount. Make sure it soaks in all over the paper towel by squishing it around. 
  • Start with the top of the appliance and move with the grain
  • Wipe away any excess oil using the paper towel or grab a new one for this
  • Then remove any oil buildup by buffing your appliance really well with a microfiber cloth.

Bottom Line

Cleaning a messy house can be exhausting but the steps above will help ease your stress. The step-by-step methods mentioned above show you a few tips on how to prevent water spots on stainless steel sink as well as appliances. Stay up on cleaning these stainless-steel surfaces often, to help eliminate water spots as much as you can. Even if you have soft water, water spots can still occur over time, so you need to be proactive. For more information about keeping your stainless steel appliances spotless and your home clean and tidy, our experts here at Maids and Moore can assist you. 

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Blessed with The Best!

As a family-owned and operated business for now going on 12 years. We have been blessed with The Best Loyal Customers. We would be nothing without our customers and are ever so grateful for the opportunity to provide high-quality service to create time for what matters most.

Over the years we have been treated with gifts of appreciation in ways we could not imagine. Thank you so much for your thoughtfulness and kindness. We truly never expect anything more than the opportunity to serve you. So we wanted to take a moment to thank our loyal and dedicated customers for your support. Because of you, we are able to give back to our community through a non-profit organization called Cleaning For A Reason. Which offers FREE house cleanings for families battling cancer.

So I guess you could say the gift of love and appreciation keeps giving through the Gift of Love through service.

Yours Truly your Maids and Moore Family

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New Year! New View!

With the New Year of 2020 gracing us with all of its expectations. When would be a better time than now to take one less thing off of our plates?

You guessed it! Hiring a maid service can be so beneficial. Creating time for what matters most. Here at Maids and Moore we will send you two professionally trained maids and bring all supplies and equipment.

Maids and Moore is a bonded and insured cleaning service that offers a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee.

We do not fuss with unpredictable pricing what we quote you is a set price for a set service based on square footage. Giving you the assurance of what you will pay for a set service.

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What did Tidy Tim do?.. Enter to WIN

Maids and Moore’s own Elf on our Shelf, Tidy Tim, has been mischievous. Sprinkling havoc through the end of the year.

We want to know what shenanigans you think has sent him back to the North Pole?

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