Spring Cleaning: Most Neglected Areas Around The Home
We’ve got two words for you: Spring cleaning.
With all due respect to The Masters, spring cleaning is a tradition unlike any other. It’s the time to put away winter clothes, take care of seasonal chores like patio and grill prep, and organize any unnecessary clutter for a more livable summer space.
But you probably know that already. What you might not think about are a few neglected areas that are super important to keeping your house clean and tidy. Here is your friendly reminder.
It’s crucial to keep your drains in the best shape possible and flowing properly. Doing routine drain maintenance in the spring can be beneficial for the rest of the year, as the rainy season is often hardest on septic tanks when heavy rain saturates the ground — septic tank owners might know this all too well.
A simple and safe way to prevent clogs is using Green Gobbler Drain Clog Dissolver. The odorless and biodegradable formula helps dissolve grease, hair, soap scum and more in your pipes, which will keep slow-moving drains from forming.
Simply pour both chambers slowly into toilet. Allow product to sit at least 2 hours or preferably overnight. Once water has come down to normal level, flush the toilet.
It also works great in tubs and sinks! Green Gobbler sinks through standing water to give your drain a needed boost.
If you’re worried about persistent plumbing problems, you can also check out Green Gobbler’s Bio-Flow Drain Strips for super easy monthly maintenance. We recommend dropping a Bio-Flow Strip into each of your drains once a month for cleaning and deodorizing — it’s safe for all pipes and septic systems and gets rid of gunk trapped deep in pipes.
Check Your Kitchen Sink
Everything and the kitchen sink, right? One of the most common questions we receive is how to get rid of odors coming from the kitchen sink or garbage disposal.
Garbage disposal odors often come from rotting food that coat the inside of the cylinder chamber and won’t rinse away with water. It happens. Sometimes this occurs when the garbage disposal is getting older and not working as well, which limits its ability to properly grind and dispose of the waste. Most disposals need to be replaced after 10 years.
If you’re not there yet, one surefire way to get rid of the stinky smells is by using Green Gobbler Refresh Drain & Disposal Cleaner.
Safe on pipes and septic systems, Green Gobbler Refresh uses powerful enzymes to eat food, waste, and other organic materials that are stinking up the joint. It clings to blades and pipes and leaves behind a fresh scent. It’s a simple way to get your kitchen in better shape.
That’s it. Two areas to clean that are often neglected during routine spring cleaning. Now you know. Get after it and enjoy a cleaner space for the spring and beyond.
We’ve got two words for you: Spring cleaning. It’s the time to put away winter clothes, take care of seasonal chores like patio and grill prep, and organize any unnecessary clutter for a more livable summer space. We put together a friendly reminder of a few neglected areas that are super important to keeping your house clean and tidy this spring.