- Wash walls around appliances, wipe off any décor, look for built-up grease and grime
- Wipe off outside/insides of cabinets and countertops
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Sally's house is always so clean, how does she do it?
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Last week we posted about how to avoid water damage in your home, but what do you do if, despite your best efforts, water gets in?
Mold can be a real issue in our homes – and, left unchecked can lead to significant health issues.