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Why does Angie’s List recommend hiring a cleaning service?

Hiring a house cleaning service ~ http://www.angieslist.com/cleaning/housecleaning.htm You don’t have to be wealthy to hire a cleaning service. Many busy families arrange for a service to come in once a week, once a month or something in between. Professional house cleaners can take care of tasks like vacuuming, dusting, mopping floors and so on while family…

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Clean Glass Cooktop

clean glass cooktopp

Here is the trick we learned from Cheryl at Tidymom.net ~ Steps to Clean Glass Cooktop: Tools you will need for a clean glass cooktop that shines: Paper towel or clean dish cloth- to wipe up lose debris from stovetop Hot soapy water- fill the sink, or a bucket or bowl (use 1-2 tablespoons dish liquid…

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How do we clean so fast?

Clean fast

Here’s an answer to one of our clients most popular and maybe puzzling questions: How can you clean so fast?! You cleaned my whole house in only two hours?  Also known as “You’re done already?” When our clients ask we explain a few practical reasons for the speed. We do this for a living!  So,…

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Why are the Dust Bunnies bonded and insured?

Bonded and insured

The Dust Bunnies of Hampton Roads are licensed, bonded and insured. This shows we are meticulous about how we run our business, as well as about how we clean your home or business. We stand behind our commitment to complete all projects in a timely manner to the customer’s satisfaction. We also take liability for…

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Clean Oven Glass: Dirty Little Secret

Clean oven glass

Clean oven glass with baking soda paste and vinegar 1. Prepare the oven. Turn oven off and allow it to cool completely. Open oven door so it lies completely horizontal. Cover vents on the top of the oven door with rags or plastic. These vents transport air from the oven door as the oven heats. If…

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Scorched Iron: Dirty Little Secret

Scorched iron

Four simple steps to clean your scorched iron: 1. Place an old cotton bath towel on the ironing board – the towel should be disposable, because the build-up and film on the iron will transfer to the towel, along with ground in salt. 2. Spread approximately 2 tablespoons of COARSE salt onto the towel. Larger…

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What Makes Us Different?

What makes us different, cleaning service in hampton, newport news, williamsburg, yorktown, hampton roads area

When we get calls from new clients, whether they have been referred by one of their friends or found us on the internet, they typically have a lot of questions.  Sometimes they have tried a few of the other housekeeping companies out there and just haven’t found the right fit for them, or occasionally they…

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Grout Stains: Dirty Little Secret

Does your grout have stains? Combine equal parts of baking soda and hydrogen peroxide and use a  firm toothbrush to clean your grout lines in the bathroom or kitchen. Simply scrub the mixture into the grout stains, allow to sit for 10-15 minutes, brush lightly throughout lines, then rinse with warm water. This is a…

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What Makes Us Smarter Than Your Average Bunny?

Cleaning company, Dust Bunnies of Hampton Roads

Ever wonder who would want to start their own cleaning company?   Well, you’re looking at them.  Here we are, Victoria and Lindsay, in front of the beautiful downtown Hampton waterfront.  We are the owners of Dust Bunnies of Hampton Roads, a local cleaning company. You may ask, “Is cleaning always this glamorous?”  Um, no,…

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