Kitchen garbage disposals are wonderful things, it allows you to scrape and clean dishes all at once in the same place and doesn’t stink up your garbage bags as quickly. Most garbage disposals are self-cleaning but it is good every once and a while to physically clean them yourself to prevent unwanted odor and bacteria build up. Here are a few easy steps to follow in maintaining your garbage disposal;

 

If you can physically see any large object in the disposal you should remove them right away. Always make sure before sticking anything down your disposal that it’s turned off. You can use your hands to grab large objects or household tongs, a fork or anything that will work for you to remove it safely. You may want someone to hold a flashlight for you so you can see properly, also try and avoid damaging the grinder.

 

Next fill your sink about 2-4 inches of hot soapy water, then proceed to pull the plug turning on your garbage disposal. This method will work better to get rid of grime and bacteria rather than just simply turning on tap and letting it run.

 

There may be some tougher debris and grime still stuck on the grinding elements, for this problem pour about 2 cups of ice down your disposal followed by 1 cup of rock salt. Then turn on cold water and your disposal and let the blades crush down the salt and ice. This is also a good way to maintain the sharpness of your blades as well.

 

You can also go and buy a scrub brush designed especially for disposals and manually clean it out. This should come with directions on how to do this simply just follow.


Here are a few simple tricks for maintain the smell that can occur with garbage disposals;

 

Save or peel any type of citrus fruit, lemons, oranges, limes etc. Stuff these peels down your disposal and turn it on this will leave your disposal and kitchen smelling super fresh.

 

Another easy method is to use baking soda and vinegar. Pour half a cup of baking soda down your drain and then pour 1 cup vinegar down. This will create a fizzle loosing up any bacteria that may be causing unwanted odors. Let this stand for about 15 minutes then pour boiling hot water down the drain, be sure that you turn your disposal on before you pour the water down.

 

One other easy odor eliminating agent is simply bleach. Bleach kills any bacteria and freshens things up quickly. You also don’t want to use too much bleach as it can harden up grease and make it that much harder to remove. Only use 1 tablespoon of bleach but first dilute it in 1 gallon of water. Slowly pour this solution down your drain, let sit for 5-10 minutes then turn your disposal on and flush away with hot water, let this run for a good 10 minutes washing away any bleach that may be left behind.


Hope this helps everyone! 

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It is very important to keep this kitchen appliance clean on a regular basis. Range hoods are significant to your home for many reasons, here are just a few: it keeps your air clean and filtered removing any potential toxic pollutants or gasses. When you cook there is usually smoke or grease which can be quite negative toward your health. On that note it also helps reduce any mold or bacteria that can arise from cooking. It also helps to remove any excess heat from your kitchen when cooking, this can be from heat from your stove or steam from the meal that you are preparing. A lot of the times just your regular lighting isn’t always the best in your kitchen, range hoods also offer the benefit of extra lighting directly over top of your cook space which is great for reading recipes or keeping a better eye on whatever it is you may be preparing. Lots of people in the real estate market also find this feature quite attractive to the home, so it could potentially increase the value. If you don’t have a range hood you should talk to your realtor about that value it may have whether it’s negative or positive.


Here is how to properly clean your range hood:


The best way to maintain the cleanliness is to give it just a quick wipe down every day. Just wet a cloth with warm soapy water and wipe down the exterior. The filter on the other hand should only need a monthly check up. When cleaning your filter take it out of the range hood completely and fill your sink with HOT soapy water and let it soak, for best results I would say at minimum half an hour. Then using your spray attachment (if you have one) spray in down in one direction to remove any grit and soap. If you do not have a spray attachment then use a swished up and down method in your sink, be sure to put on gloves so you don’t burn your hands in the hot water. Then let air dry until completely dry. For the inside of the range hood this can get pretty caked on with grease and grime, I would recommend a degreaser product let sit for how ever log the directions tell you then wipe off with a cloth.


I hope this helps as it is important to keep this part of your kitchen clean and free from any bacteria or greases. Happy cleaning everyone and make those hoods shine!

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I have listed a new property at 50 Price DR in Winnipeg.
Showings start Friday Nov 25, Open House Sunday 12-2PM, Offers as received. Practically brand new again! Extensively remodeled family home on a quiet street. Freshly painted in warm neutral tones, with new plank laminate flooring throughout (2016). Spacious living room offers a great entertaining space. But the kitchen is sure to be your favourite! Plenty of modern espresso cabinetry, (2016) with ample counter space and pantry, plus brand new stainless steel appliances all included! Patio doors (2015) lead to a newer deck (2015) and fenced backyard. The second level offers 3 bedrooms, all with laminate flooring, no carpet here! Master is spacious and boasts a walk-in closet. Absolutely gorgeous bath boasts a brand new tub & vanity with glass tile accents. (2016) New PVC windows throughout, new vinyl siding (2015). Full unspoiled basement offers a blank slate for whatever your family's needs are. Close to so many amenities, including parks, schools, shopping, bus & more. Quick possession too! Don't wait!
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Showings start Friday Nov 25, Open House Sunday 12-2PM, Offers as received. Practically brand new again! Extensively remodeled family home on a quiet street. Freshly painted in warm neutral tones, with new plank laminate flooring throughout (2016). Spacious living room offers a great entertaining space. But the kitchen is sure to be your favourite! Plenty of modern espresso cabinetry, (2016) with ample counter space and pantry, plus brand new stainless steel appliances all included! Patio doors (2015) lead to a newer deck (2015) and fenced backyard. The second level offers 3 bedrooms, all with laminate flooring, no carpet here! Master is spacious and boasts a walk-in closet. Absolutely gorgeous bath boasts a brand new tub & vanity with glass tile accents. (2016) New PVC windows throughout, new vinyl siding (2015). Full unspoiled basement offers a blank slate for whatever your family's needs are. Close to so many amenities, including parks, schools, shopping, bus & more. Quick possession too! Don't wait!
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There is always the why question when it comes to your windows sweating. Everyday daily activities such as showering, cooking and believe it or not even breathing all add moisture to the air. When air warms it expands allowing it to hold more moisture. It then contracts as it cools reaching its saturation point then releases its excess water in the form of condensation. The warm humid air then comes in contact with cold window glass it cools and condenses. So to help out with this problem (that most of us have) here are just a few suggestions that could help.

 

-Lower your thermostat to 66°-68° F

-Vent gas fireplaces, or limit their use, and don’t use older unvented gas space heaters

-Be sure to seal up any cracked windows

-Make sure that your clothes dryer is vented properly to the outside

-If the problem is really bad you should consider installing a dehumidifier

 

I hope these simple steps can reduce the window sweat in your home, it’s never fun or visually attractive to look out a window and see nothing but water drops and condensation so I hope this can help fix that problem for you! Especially if you have a really nice view!

 

 

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 No one wants a stinky grubby dishwasher, especially since that’s where you clean your eating utensils. Reality is that over time your dishwashers accumulate mold and mildew which can also cause a pretty horrid smell. If you follow these simple steps this will help with those issues.


Cleaning the drain filter – the drain filter will be the biggest reason for any kind of strange smells coming from your dishwasher. Food particles clog this up over time and because it’s a warm moist area it can quickly become disgusting. There will most likely be a cylinder detachable filter where all the water drains through. Remove the bottom rack of your dishwasher to access this and twist to remove. Wash this out with soap and hot water you may want to use a bottle brush to remove the smaller particles that you can’t get to with a rag.


Wash the interior of the door and walls – grime can easily build up here so you will want to scrub this out entirely.

Remove your dishwasher racks as this will make it more difficult for you to clean when trying to reach the inside of your dishwasher to clean properly.  Use a rag or scrub brush to clean this as grime can become very hard to get off over time or the longer you leave it on. If it is too difficult to wash with just hot water and soap then try using some household cleaners.


Wash the door gasket – the seals of your dishwasher can also accumulate grit and grime so it is essential to wash this out as well again using hot water and soap or any household kitchen cleaning products.


Dishwasher racks – this is mostly likely the least of the problem when it comes to a smelly dishwasher, but it is always good to rule out anything when it comes to cleaning.


These are just a few simple steps to keep your dishwasher clean and smelling fresh! There are tons of different ways out there that you can do this but this way I find is more effective and efficient.

 

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It’s that time of year for all you hockey parents out there, and let’s face it hockey equipment is defiantly not cheap whether you buy brand new or even used! It’s important to clean your kids gear properly and often so that you don’t have to keep buying replacement gear. Here are just a few simple way and ideas for helping you keep your kids protective gear looking and smelling like new!

 

The first thing that you should always try and remember to do is straight after playing or using your equipment air it out! If you have a basement or covered porch/deck/patio then lay everything out separately preferably somewhere with good air circulation. Take out the liners of your skates as well so they can get some air! Do not forget to dry off/wipe the blade of your skates and skate holders after every use to prevent rust, also on regular basis spray your skates with a disinfectant to kill all the bacteria. To disinfect your helmet, wet a small towel and apply a little amount of soap or shampoo to it. Wipe down the helmet, face cage and chin cup. Once you have applied the soap to the helmet wipe off with a different wet towel.

 

Follow these simple steps to wash your gear, it’s best to wash your gear completely at least once every week. Also be sure to give your equipment enough time to dry.

 

Step 1: Fill a bathtub or large sink (large enough to fit all of your equipment) about 1/3 of the way with hot water. You will be putting your hands in the water so make sure it is not too hot to touch.

 

Step 2: Add about ¼ cup of laundry detergent to the tub as it is filling making sure that the detergent spreads and mixes into the water.

 

Step 3: Put all of the hockey gear accept the helmet and the skates into the water. Be sure to dunk the gear so all of it is exposed to the detergent/water mixture. Let the gear soak for 30 to 45 minutes.

 

Step 4: Drain the tub or sink and clean out all of the soap. Rinse all of the equipment with clean, hot water to get all of the soapy residue off of your gear.

 

Step 5: Wring out any excess water and hang up all equipment to dry. Be sure to hang the gear in an area with good air ventilation so that it can dry in a reasonable amount of time.

 

Step 6: Spray and wipe down the empty hockey bag with a disinfectant spray. Make sure the bag and equipment are completely dry before re-packing your bag.


I hope these simple steps will save on costs for equipment purchases (unless necessary) and overall just keeps your child feeling clean when stepping onto the ice! Happy Hockey Season Everyone! 

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 People are always wanting their home to stand out from their neighbours or friends, but a lot of the time it can cost an awful lot to design your home. Here are just of few things that can make your home look on the cheaper side!

 

Furniture Sets. You may think that going to a big boxed store and purchasing a complete matching bedroom suite would enhance the look of your room, this isn’t always that case! A lot of the time these sets don’t fit into your space unless your room is a complete square, and to be honest the quality lacks from big boxed stores who sell in mass production and often you suffer from massive mark ups. Matching isn’t always better, try something new like 1 round end table and 1 rectangle end table, two different style of lamps, experiment with different types of fabrics the possibilities are endless when trying new and improved interior designs for your home.


Overdone Themes. To be honest unless it is a kid’s room you are decorating themes should probably stay out of the home. This can look very tacky and very cheap. Instead pick a style or figure out your style and decorate according to that. For example choose what color you would like to decorate around. Pick out some accents that would match/offset that particular color you picked out. Get some simple not drastic overdone art work for the walls, with colors that match the color theme for that room! Try not to put too many small art pieces on the walls as this can sometimes look a little cluttered, I personally like bigger pictures and I usually focus on 1 wall and only put 1 larger picture on it. For me it just looks a lot cleaner and sophisticated.


Cheesy Décor. Unfortunately there are so many décor pieces out there that should probably stay in our grandmother’s attics. For example things like owl clocks, bunny figurines, sail boat curtain rods, flower emblems/symbols or decals or any kind basically anything that is way over the top and on the tacky side. Try to stay on the elegant side of things and keep your home looking fresh, with simple things like solid colored vases, 1 to 2 colored area rugs and simple non patterned throw pillows. Things like these are on the inexpensive side to purchase and easily can turn your dull, tacky home décor into something that looks chic and refined!


These examples are just a few that can give you a head start on changing things up in your home and make things look a little more modernized. If you are looking for a few ideas on home décor on a budget visit our web page at www.winnipeghomeconnection.com and click blogs at the bottom of the page, here you will find a few things I have written to help home owners/renters decorate your home in ways that won’t break the bank but still look fabulous!  

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Please visit our Open House at 47 John Mann PL in Winnipeg.
OPEN HOUSE: SUNDAY NOVEMBER 13TH 12-2PM

** OPEN HOUSE NOV 13TH 12-2PM ** 12 Month Warranty included covering appliances, mechancial, plumbing & electrical! Why wait to build when you can have it all right here! The location absolutely can not be beat, located on a quiet cul de sac with awesome neighbours! This spacious 2100 square foot family home is backing onto large green space with gate leading to the park. You will love the views while sitting on your deck of both the lake and the park, it doesn't get better than this! The main floor has a large open entrance that leads to the formal dining room with hardwood floors. The hardwood floors continue into the bright great room with built in entertainment centre with gas fireplace with large windows overlooking the back yard. The open kitchen has a separate eating area, island, corner pantry and stainless steel appliances that stay. Garden door leads to the deck where you can BBQ while watching the kids play in the park. The main floor also features a 2pce powder room and mud room/laundry room off of the garage with laundry sink.

The upstairs has 3 good sized bedrooms plus a loft which could be converted into a bedroom if need be, but makes a great place for kids toys as a loft. The master bedroom has double doors, walk in closet and 4 piece ensuite with corner tub & shower.

Bonus is that the basement is already done with a 4th bathroom, 4th bedroom and large rec room and games room with a ton of extra storage. The double attached garage is insulated and boarded and has a double concrete drive and walkway.

Central air, central vac, window coverings, garage door opener and all appliances stay with the home.



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12 Month Warranty included covering appliances, mechancial, plumbing & electrical! Totally immaculate! Long time owners have lovingly maintained this home over the years. Fantastic affordable 3 bedroom family home is close to many amenities. Bright & sunny living room is sure to be the heart of your home with plush carpeting. Spacious eat-in kitchen offers plenty of cabinet and counter space including pantry, with a large window overlooking the backyard. Kitchen appliances are all included too! Three generous bedrooms upstairs with laminate flooring all offer great closet space. There is a well maintained 4pc bath upstairs, as well as a 2pc powder room on the main floor, both withe newer toilets and faucets. Fully finished basement with open recroom, dry bar, and tons of storage space too! Fenced backyard boasts a deck with retractable awning as well as a patio & raised garden beds. Lots of updates here, including tri-pane windows & newer exterior doors, shingles 2010, hi-eff furnace 2013, HWT 2012, and additional attic insulation. A wonderful family home!
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Please visit our Open House at 47 John Mann PL in Winnipeg.
OPEN HOUSE: SUNDAY NOVEMBER 6TH 12-2PM

** OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 12-2PM ** 12 Month Warranty included covering appliances, mechancial, plumbing & electrical! Why wait to build when you can have it all right here! The location absolutely can not be beat, located on a quiet cul de sac with awesome neighbours! This spacious 2100 square foot family home is backing onto large green space with gate leading to the park. You will love the views while sitting on your deck of both the lake and the park, it doesn't get better than this! The main floor has a large open entrance that leads to the formal dining room with hardwood floors. The hardwood floors continue into the bright great room with built in entertainment centre with gas fireplace with large windows overlooking the back yard. The open kitchen has a separate eating area, island, corner pantry and stainless steel appliances that stay. Garden door leads to the deck where you can BBQ while watching the kids play in the park. The main floor also features a 2pce powder room and mud room/laundry room off of the garage with laundry sink.

The upstairs has 3 good sized bedrooms plus a loft which could be converted into a bedroom if need be, but makes a great place for kids toys as a loft. The master bedroom has double doors, walk in closet and 4 piece ensuite with corner tub & shower.

Bonus is that the basement is already done with a 4th bathroom, 4th bedroom and large rec room and games room with a ton of extra storage. The double attached garage is insulated and boarded and has a double concrete drive and walkway.

Central air, central vac, window coverings, garage door opener and all appliances stay with the home.



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I have sold a property at 200 Macaulay CRES in Winnipeg.
Fantastic remodeled bungalow in the heart of NK! Absolutely huge kitchen (2012) offers an abundance of modern cabinetry, including plenty of drawers and a walk-in pantry! Bright and open plan is perfect for entertaining. Gorgeous hardwoods throughout most of the main floor. Good sized bedrooms including a king-size master with double closets. Fantastic updated main bath offers plenty of storage and counter space. Fully finished basement features a spacious open recroom for all your family gatherings, including a dry bar. Finished laundry/utility space offers tons of storage too. You're sure to love the 3-season sunroom (2012) to bring the outdoors in, plus an interlock patio in the fully fenced backyard! So many updates: PVC windows, hi-eff furnace & HWT (08), shingles (13), maint-free siding and fascia/soffits.... this home has so been so well maintained! Close to great schools, parks & more. Don't wait!
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For some people it can be hard to think of new and exciting ways to keep our families entertained, it can be especially challenging in the winter months! I have made a little list here to give your families some great ideas to stay busy during the cold months ahead!

 

Something that kids and let’s face it adults love is BAKING, not only can it take up a good chunk of the day (depending how much you want to do) but it’s also something the whole family can get involved in! It’s also a great way to stay indoors when the weather is too cold to go out in.

If the kids are wanting to go outside then something really fun to do is to build a snow castle. Some people may think that it can be super difficult to make a real good one, but all you do is get a square or round bucket, fill it with snow and stack, it’s exactly like building a sand castle your just substituting with snow instead of sand but using the same method! Super easy and super fun for the whole family!

 

Another cool idea is making pictures in the snow with food coloring and water! Something super creative and looks fabulous in the snow! Kids absolutely love this idea. Just go buy or reuse water bottles fill with water and different colors! Then go outside and start creating your canvas! You will defiantly want to bring your camera out as it looks so awesome when you are all finished! You will most likely have to refill the bottles during this activity as the water tends to go fast, and kids like to go crazy which is really fun to watch them have so much fun with something so simple and inexpensive!

 

If the weather is starting to get to chilly to go out and enjoy then something really fun for the kids to do inside is a treasure hunt! You can go to your local dollar store and purchase something interesting and low cost gadgets to hide for them around the house! This is something that people have been doing for years and years and for kids it never gets old! It can also be something super fun for adults as well! You can make a list for them to follow, draw a map for in and around the house there is all kinds of ways you can do this activity, just find the most creative and fun way for your family and you will be sure to have lots of fun playing!

 

Lastly but definitely not the only thing left to do, is BOARD GAMES! Everyone loves to play board games, if you don’t have many or any at all it would be something great to start collecting (maybe 1 new one every 6 months) if you have children then board games are a really fun interactive way to get the whole family involved! There are so many great ones out there to choose from, here are a few examples of my favorites, monopoly, Pictionary, jenga, snakes and ladders and trivia games (and there are way too many out there to list!) So many great games out there, find some age appropriate ones for your family and have a BLAST!


I hope this little but fun list gives your family some really great ideas and ways to keep busy and have fun this winter! 

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