When I list a house for sale I cant tell you how many times, Sellers have had water spots on their shower doors. This is something of an everyday occurrence and has nothing to do with how clean a homeowner is.
I promised my Sellers and Homeowners that I would find something that would work on water deposit spots and I have.
As Homeowner living in the Sacramento County area, our water has loads of minerals and if you dont have a water softener, the spots leave the shower stall doors and tile looking pretty shabby.
Well, here is the answer for countless numbers of homeowners to get rid of those water spots. Check this product out, it guarantees to remove stains quickly and easily or your money back. Then if you use their sealer which helps to keep the mineral build up off, you wont have to clean it as often. Great for patio table glass that has been hit by the sprinklers, as well.
Now, there is a solution to getting those shower doors shining. If you are thinking of selling your house, remember that the Home Buyers are looking very closely and want to see the house sparkle and shine. No more excuses, for those ugly shower doors,now.
Home Buyers when you buy your home be sure to keep up with the shower stall doors so that you dont have that awful mineral build-up.
With all the talk of Foreclosures, Short Sales, Bank owned and the negativity lately, I thought it might be refreshing to discuss some homeowner tips and ways to “solve” some of the issues you might have with your home ownership and future home.
A little refreshing, wouldn’t you say? There’s enough doom and gloom…let’s talk houses and how to take care of your house, today!
Fall is around the corner and the leaves will soon be falling into those gutters…
Who likes cleaning the gutters on a house? A product that I really like is the Gutter Glove for your gutters. It fits any gutter so there is no need to replace the gutters and they are built with heavy steel, joint protections and come with a warranty for as long as you own your home. The mesh made of heavy steel is so minuscule that it will not allow any debris into the gutters. Check out this U-Tube demonstration and see what you think. I was sold on it.