In the dry dusty Chico summers our cars start looking bad pretty quick. Living in an apartment usually means you don't have a driveway and hose available to be able to wash your own car. You can always take your car to one of the many car wash places in town, but the quality can vary and some of them get pretty expensive. Some people just really like washing their own car, whether it's because they do a better job getting all the details clean or they just enjoy working outside.
There are only so many times you can say to yourself, "just don't look up" before it becomes some what of a losing game. Looking "up there" will soon be something you do every few hours while staying at home in Chico apartments.
So, why are you delaying pulling that step stool out of the closet (hint No. 1) and cleaning your ceiling fan?
Being stuck at home and not leaving your rental very often can have your home start to have an overall funky smell to it.
Yet, with the warmer weather beginning to peep its head out, now's the time to open all the windows and letting the fresh air move through your rental. Create even more space to breathe by doing some thorough spring cleaning (because you have all this free time now).
The key to truly enjoyable rental living is utilizing the space you have to the fullest and being as clutter-free as possible, which can easily be accomplished with a few simple spring cleaning tips.
Microwaves are a modern day convenience that most of us use on a daily basis. Whether it be heating up water to have tea or preparing your leftovers for lunch, your microwave is a wonderful time saver. But every time that you use it, there's a chance that there will be a smell or food left behind that you will need to clean up. Here are a few tips that you can use to clean up your microwave in your Hignell Rentals apartment.
There's nothing quite like moving into Chico apartments and taking your first, I-can't-believe-I'm-here look at your new surroundings. The kitchen appliances gleam, the counters shine and the bathroom positively sparkles from top to bottom -– almost as though your Chico apartment is smiling back at you.
But after a few days, reality sets in and your smile gets turned upside down when you realize: This place is getting kind of grungy, and I really ought to clean it.
Whether it be your kitchen or your bathroom sink, it's important that you stay consistent with cleaning the gunk and grime off your faucets. Typically, you go to your sink to clean something so having a part of your sink look dirty seems a bit counter intuitive.
A common New Year’s resolution is to keep your home cleaner. But how do you start achieving such a broad resolution? If you are living in Chico, you probably want to spend more time in our beautiful parks and less time scrubbing your tub. Here are four ways to keep you on track to help your apartment stay clean all the time!
Christmas is officially over. Sigh.
One of the best parts of the Christmas season is going to pick out your Christmas tree and spending time decorating it with all the family ornaments, colorful lights, or all the garland you can place on it. Rental living may mean you have to become a little more creative when it comes to getting your tree inside your rental, but it adds to the fun, right? PIVOT!
It’s a strange thought that the process of cleaning yourself essentially makes a place dirty, usually this is reserved for places like your dishwasher or washer and dryer.
Since the bathroom is something you see and use every day it's easy to start looking past the soap scum and dirt that's been accumulating over time. Use these rental living tips and tricks to bring your bathroom back to its former glory.
Now that fall is almost here and the weather is beginning to get cooler, you might find yourself opening up your windows to let the fresh air in. When this happens, dirty windows are easily noticed and you may question whether or not you should just close your blinds.
Have you ever washed the windows yourself? Some good old fashioned window cleaner, a few paper towels and some elbow grease is all it takes to get them clean, right?
Sometimes, it can be a bigger job than you anticipated.