Ways to Spruce Up the Home
This spring has been very different, but the hope is that soon things will get back to normal. That’s why now is a great time to start planning some timely projects that will upgrade and improve your home. Here to help is the Shay Millheiser, the amazing HGTV Host of Flipping Austin. Shay is known taking distressed properties and turning them into beautiful homes on a tight budget. Just in time to spruce up your home for spring, Shay is available to show your viewers some affordable ideas to create or rejuvenate their personal sanctuaries. Shay will share some great ideas for spring projects and the many ways to get ready to enjoy your homes.
My number one tip is to enjoy the spring weather, and let technology do some of the work. Check this out. It’s Neato’s newly released premium D8 robot vacuum that comes with laser technology and its industry-leading D shape that helps clean the corners. It’s the perfect companion to seamlessly tidy up any unwanted messes, dirt, dust, or debris around the home. Get ahead on your spring cleaning with the latest installment of Neato’s new premium product line and its newly launched MyNeato App, specifically curated to be a helping hand and all in one user-friendly ecosystem during a time where there is a greater focus on cleaning in the home. For more information, visit neatorobotics.com
A SPRING TECH PROJECT
We spend so much time online, so spring is a great time to tidy up your computers. The My Cloud Home from WD is the perfect solution to cleaning up your messy desktop and organizing your favorite memories and important documents. This easy-to-use personal cloud storage device plugs into your Wi-Fi router so you can save all your digital content in one central place. You can also share photos, videos and documents from anywhere with the My Cloud Home app without a subscription fee. The My Cloud Home starts at just $159.99. For more information, visit mycloudhome.com
MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE IN YOUR HOME
Right now, we are all more conscience of our cleaning habits. As a matter of fact, SC Johnson recently conducted a survey that found 61% of Americans believe the pandemic has improved their cleaning habits and that half of us have adopted new cleaning routines! So, something that can make a difference is one that we may all be familiar with SC Johnson’s Windex Disinfectant Cleaner Multi-Surface. It’s my go-to cleaner because it gives you a streak-free shine and more importantly it kills 99.9% of germs, viruses and bacteria on your surfaces while leaving behind a fresh citrus scent, without a dull residue. And the best part of using Windex products is that the packaging is made entirely from 100% recycled ocean bound plastic. For more information, visit www.windex.com
Recycling is so important, and spring is a great time to clear out your cabinets. Thanks to Rubbermaid you can easily recycle any brand of well-used food storage containers through the Rubbermaid’s Food Storage Recycling Program with TerraCycle. All you have to do is register on the website, TerraCycle.com, print a prepaid shipping label and send it in. It’s that simple. Of course, after you have cleaned everything out, you’ll want to upgrade your storage system to containers that are going to keep you organized. Check out Rubbermaid’s Easy-Find-Lids Press & Lock at Walmart.com, the lids and bases snap together so you don’t have to search. You will be happy you did.