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This place is a disaster. Good thing we’re here this morning because the dirt and grim, it’s here and it’s time to get rid of it. Spring cleaning, we’re in the season, right?
Jordyn, with Maid to Shine, she is our expert this morning, walking us through and right now we’re going to talk about one of the places in your home or office or space wherever ya live, it doesn’t matter, where there’s going to be a lot of dirt and grim and it’s gonna maybe even get you sick so it’s going to be important that you clean it.
That is correct, that would be your doorknobs and light switches. So you don’t typically think about cleaning those kinds of items, but we’re always touching them, no matter what.
And this guy is going to be your best friend? Yes, the toothbrush! You’ll be able to get in all the crevices and cracks plus we’ll sanitize it at the same time. Make sure we get rid of those germs.
So we’ve got a lovely example here. We do take our cleaner, this could be anything, Lysol or any kind of dissenficant, that you would prefer. We go ahead and spray directly on to the light switch plate.
And this is safe? Yes, this is safe. Never any accidents, as far as electrical.
Then you’re just going to go ahead and scrub away. Get the little “on” and remember to flip the switch as well to get the other side. Often times we forget to clean that side. Make it sparkle!
So then we gotta do the door knob? Yes! So door knobs, again, same thing. We’ll go ahead and spray it down. You’ll use your toothbrush to get up in those crevices.
Now Jordyn, you don’t know this about me, but I am a cleaner. I love to clean! So we have that in common, but you I must say, are changing my life this morning.
Because these are things, typically, you wouldn’t really think about. We’ve been saying it all morning, “clean on the surface”, but you gotta get in there and get that grim.
One step at a time we’re getting that grim this morning live and local with Maid to Shine. We are gonna have this place sparkling by the end of the morning.