Short and sweet post!
I continued to battle hard water spots on my shower door. It drives me crazy. After many cleaners and methods, I have finally found MY solution! It’s so easy and I don’t have to deal with the chemical smells that overwhelm you while enclosed in the shower!
Here is my shower… don’t judge… it gross! I didn't clean the glass for a month, so the pictures would be dramatic for this post!
All you need is a bottle of hydrogen peroxide and a Mr Clean Magic Eraser. I apply the hydrogen peroxide directly to the eraser and scrub away. Continue to reapply the peroxide til the glass is clean.
Halfway there... it's time to compare!
It's done and your welcome!
So much goes into preparing a home for the real estate market, as you want to optimize all the features of your home. It does not take a lot of money, but it does take time and elbow grease. My clients will testify that these steps work to sell a home quickly for PRIME $'s!
CURB APPEAL - YOU KNOW THE SAYING... FIRST IMPRESSIONS ARE LASTING. THIS APPLIES TO PROSPECTIVE BUYERS, IT WILL AFFECT HOW THEY VIEW WHAT'S BEHIND THE FRONT DOOR. FIRST HOUSE WE BOUGHT I REFUSED TO GO IN, THE CURB APPEAL WAS AWFUL. OUR BROKER "MADE" US COME BACK AND LOOK INSIDE... WE WROTE AN OFFER ON THE SPOT. IT MAKES A DIFFERENCE, I KNOW FIRST HAND.
ORGANIZATION - YOU ARE PLANNING ON MOVING, SO LET'S GET PACKING! YOU WANT A MINIMIZED LOOK. THE HOMES FEATURES WILL THEN STANDOUT, NOT YOUR PICTURES, DECOR AND FURNITURE.
I am a HUGE planner and like to know what is happening… step by step, day to day. Therefore, I like to provide my clients with a checklist of what they can expect from initial offer to handing over the keys. This process gets confusing, and Realtors, often use language that is specific to a real estate transaction. Here is an outline of 26 steps in a typical transaction for you planners out there like me!
A great way to spruce up the front of your home.... paint the front door a cheerful pop color! I am always searching for ways to change a look without BIG out of pocket expense. This is one way to do just that.
Go big or go home. I like to take decorating risks (not jumping out of a plane risks - completely different). During the decorating "risk process" I might spend lot of time sanding, priming and painting. If I don't like the finished product NO problem, just start again. If I didn't take the "risk" I would look back and say (to myself and not to my husband--he would just roll his eyes) I wish I went with a bolder color. We recently did just this... painted our front door blue, and not for the faint of heart blue, I mean BLUE.
Love the result! Take some time and add a pop of color to your home you won't regret taking that decorating "risk"!