The Intentional Mom Provides Helpful Cleaning Steps for Home Sellers and Finds a Very Useful Cleaning Tool

Tips for home sellersHome sellers can learn a lot from blogger Jennifer, The Intentional Mom. She is a mom of nine children, a blogger, an author and much more.  Jennifer knows how to get a lot of work done in the least amount of time. She has to be efficient.

When she got ready to put her house up for sale, she knew that she had to get the house ready to sell with a limited amount of time that she could spend on the process. “Having a home that is fresh, clean, and inviting for potential buyers can make all the difference,” stated Jennifer. “The goal is to sell your house for the most money in the least amount of time.”

Her blog focuses on 10 things that home sellers should be sure to clean before putting their house on the market. All the cleaning tips are based on her years writing about home cleaning and organizing and actually getting her house ready to sell.

Scrigit Scraper to the Rescue

One of the things she learned from her recent intensive home cleaning, and even before that, is how a Scrigit Scraper should be an essential part of your cleaning supplies. “This amazing tool has been a lifesaver,” said Jennifer in an email. “The Scrigit Scraper helped me get paint drips off my wood floor, remove stickers from the inside of my cupboards, and even scrape of dried gum from the inside of the clothes dryer.”  She went on to say, “My husband used the scraper tool to help re-screen some windows, and I used it to remove some old caulk out of my shower.”

Most people, such as Jennifer, keep finding new uses for Scrigit Scrapers. “I cannot tell you the number of times over the past year that my kids have come to me with some kind of problem and my response is, ‘Just go get the Scrigit Scraper.'”

Check Out Her Blog

Scrigit cleaning slider tracksIn her blog, 10 Things You Must Clean to Get Your Home Ready to Sell, Jennifer starts out in the kitchen cleaning appliances and then cupboards, cabinets and drawers in the kitchen and bathrooms. She provides tips about what to use for cleaning each item or area and includes links to other articles that provide more details.

Each of her 10 steps covers different parts of the house. Jennifer includes major items that need to be cleaned, such as the carpets. She also covers areas that are often overlooked by home sellers, such as sliding door and window tracks and ceiling lines. Take a look at the blog for Jennifer’s top 10 list and use it or modify it for your particular situation. For example, if you just replaced the kitchen appliances, you can happily skip the first step.

As Jennifer concludes, “When all of the little known things are nice and clean, your home will stand out above the rest.”