WE CARE……..

At M & J you will find someone who cares about your needs. We strive to provide the best service. Be prepared to meet someone who is not afraid to earn your trust, and cares about making you a lifetime customer.

Here are some helpful tips for your cleaning needs:

How to clean stains off your ceramic tiles

You will need:

  • Lemon juice
  • Salt
  • Small bucket of warm water
  • Microfiber cloth & an old toothbrush

For most stains all you will need to do is apply some lemon juice on the staindirectly, Let it sit for 5 minutes, but do not let juice dry. so be generous when applying. Next take an old toothebrush and scrub the stain area. Rinse away with wrm water and a microfiber cloth. For tough stains like rust, mix the lemon juice with salt, let stand for 3 to 4 hours before scrubbing with toothbrush and rinsing.

How to remove scratches from wood flooring

You will need:

  • Stain-matching crayons
  • Floor wax sticks or Sharpie pens

Any of these items will work in a quick fix when it comes to scratches from pets, children, or anything abrasive that may have made scratch marks in your wood flooring. Simply take the stain-matching crayon and go over the scratch and problem solved! Keep in mind that real hardwood floors have an array of colors and tones in them. So if you have a slight difference, don’t worry – that’s what makes wood floors look authentic.

How to mop floors with a spray bottle:

You will need:

  • A reusable spray bottle, a whisk, a funnel and a large bowl
  • 1 tablespoon of Borax
  • 1 tablespoon of washing soda
  • 1 tablespoon of baking soda
  • 1 cup of vinegar
  • 4 cups of hot water
  • 25 to 30 drops of essential oil. (optional)
    *** Lavender leaves a nice calm fragrance in the room.

Whisk in a large bowl all of the ingredients until they are dissolved. Then use the funnel to guide you to pour all the liquid solution into the spray bottle. Presto… so all you have to do is spray the area on the floor that needs to be cleaned and wipe it up with a mop.

Glass

Mix 1/4 cup vinegar with 1 quart of water in a spray bottle. Spray on glass and windows with old newspaper or a lint-free cloth. Another great method is to use 1/2 part water & 1/2 part rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle, wipe with a lint-free cloth.