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Posted on September 28, 2014 at 4:08 PM Comments comments (3)


Stop the unauthorized use of water at your business, home, or apartment building.

As a home watch professional I see this on many occasions.
New construction up and running next to your home or on your street, the lawn maintenance worker needs water to wash their hands or fill their weed sprayers, or the neighbor decides to use your spigot to fill his pool or wash his patio. This outdoor hose bib faucet lock prevents unwanted use or tampering, reduces water waste and leakage and provides piece of mind especially to a home owner who is away on vacation. When a home is vacant and unattended, keeping costly repairs and high energy expenses down is important. This Hose Bib Lock requires very little maintenance. Occasionally, the padlock should be removed, cleaned and lubricated. This is more important if you leave the lock on for a long time in areas that are particularly dirty, where grit or oxidation can make the lock difficult to open. Faucet locks cost anywhere from $8.00 to $25.00 The outdoor hose bib lock comes with a plastic cap fitting any standard 3/4-inch hose bib or faucet. That cap is encompassed by a heavy duty metal casing locked together by a brass padlock.


Posted on February 16, 2014 at 3:28 PM Comments comments (0)

I'm such a picky and meticulous housekeeper that I alway make sure the carpet tags are tucked under when I put the carpets back, but some days I get so frustrated with such a petty task. I ask myself why my customers just don't cut them off!! Give me the scissors already!!!!

The Dryer Ball

Posted on April 20, 2013 at 1:48 AM Comments comments (4)
The Dryer Ball has never impressed me.
“Rumble, rumble, rumble,
bla, bla, bla."
Selling for around $10.00 per set, these plastic or rubbery balls tumble around the dryer and separate the laundry allowing air to flow more freely while softening fabrics. My sheets still bundle in a knot and catching those little rascals is just plain annoying! Do they work or are they just another gadget?
Time is of importance for me so drying sheets on their own, stopping the dryer in intervals, shaking out the sheets a bit and
re-positioning, then start the dryer again. Seems like a lot of work, but it gives me a chance to check the dryness of the sheets and move on with my tasks. How do you rate this product?

Household Odors

Posted on December 10, 2012 at 6:21 AM Comments comments (2)
The cleanest of households can linger kitchen and bathroom odors and tracking down the smell can be difficult. Odors can be caused by a numerous amount of things and most of them are right underneath our noses, but hidden in smaller places then we usually care to look. This angled scrub brush makes it easy to clean the inside of the garbage disposal.
Look for this brush in your local hardware or grocery store.
It’s a handy one to keep around the house.

Are your cleaning gadgets collecting dust in your closet?

Posted on November 4, 2012 at 1:03 AM Comments comments (79)
Put your cleaning gadgets to good use by purchasing the Swiffer Sweeper.
This inexpensive tool is not only detachable, light weight and easy to store, it has been the most effective tool in wiping down the walls of your home. Some may say this is a bit excessive, but I beg to differ. Attach one Swiffer cloth pad and just gently glide the Swiffer Dry Mop along the walls, careful not to hit anything and you will be amazed at the dust that collects on the pad that is almost invisible to see. Let me know how that works for you. Be careful, it can be addicting for some of the most obsessive cleaners.