Most of us think of spring and fall as the cleaning and home maintenance seasons. We spend a lot of time organizing and airing out during the spring and closing down and tightening up during the fall. However, there are several up-keeping jobs that I feel fall under the summer home maintenance must-dos.
Being that I have hardwood flooring throughout my entire house, I tend to stock up on rugs. I have rugs of all types and colors. I change them out the way most people change their throw pillows. But, having so many rugs can be costly when it comes time to get them cleaned. Luckily, I have a very effective DIY professional rug cleaning method!
Each year I look forward to the warm weather that spring brings. The scent of the fresh grass and the feel of the warm breeze makes me want to curl up on the porch with a nice long book. But first, I am always compelled to make things look clean and pretty. So, some springtime porch decor is in order.
Have you ever tried to remove a baseboard only to end up with tears or dents in the sheetrock? Even when attempting to be very gentle, I would always end up with at least one defect. Finally, I found a method that works! If you suffer from this same problem, I want to share with you how to remove baseboards without damage to your sheetrock.