Every time I watch this video my skin crawls. How gross!
Could you have a bed bug infestation and not even know? If you watch the video below to know of the warning signs.
Signs That You Have a Bed Bug Infestation
Bed bug bites
Things you should know:
Look in the bottom corners of your room for bed bug feces. It is nearly undetectable and can easily pass for dirt or debris.
Bed bugs come out at night and may hide unnoticed beneath your carpet.
They go through various life cycles and leaving sheddings behind.
Bed bugs like to hide underneath your sheets and between the fringes of your mattress.
Bed bugs feast on the host until they are full of blood, then they hide during the daytime.
Bed bugs have an awful odor that’s very distinct.
Bed bug bites can be easily mistaken for mosquito bites however bites appear in a line and are extremely itchy.
How to get rid of bed bugs:
You should always consult a professional when dealing with a possible bed bug infestation. By taking matters into your own hands, you could make the situation worse or not completely rid your home of the infestation.
In this post, you will find quick and easy tips that’ll teach you how to clean your shower faster.
If you want to save time cleaning your shower, then these hacks are a must-know!
Shower Cleaning Tips
1. Clean hard to reach areas with a Bleach pen.
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A Clorox Bleach pen is perfect for spot treatments and cleaning areas that are hard to reach such as between grout tiles and shower corners.
2. Prevent back pain by scrubbing your tub with a broom.
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This is a brilliant way to clean your tub all the while preventing back pain. Use a broom and your favorite cleaner to scrub away with ease.
3. Use aluminum foil to clean soap scum from your shower doors.
Make a ball out of aluminum foil and using your favorite bathroom cleaner, you can easily scrub away soap scum and grime on your glass doors with ease.
4. Soak your shower head overnight in a bag of vinegar.
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Fill a small bag with vinegar and place your shower head in it overnight. This will remove hard water build-up making your shower head look and spray like new again.
5. Make your own shower cleaner using two ingredients.
Fill a dish wand with Dawn dish soap and white vinegar. Keep this in your shower to scrub away soap scum and mildew. This homemade mixture is non-toxic and works just as great if not better than store brand shower cleaners.
I hope you enjoyed these very simple shower cleaning tips! As always, Happy Cleaning!