Tidy Tightwads is Under New Ownership

I’d like to thank my husband, John, my family, friends and local community for all the support and encouragement you have given me over the years. I would not be where I’m at without all of you–as the saying goes “it takes a community” and I’ve been fortunate and lucky to be right here… where…

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Announcing Heidi, New Owner of TidyTightwads

As the founder and owner of Tidy Tightwads, it has been an honor to have been entrusted with the cleaning and care of your homes, businesses, and vehicles for the past 17 years. We’ve grown A LOT, weathered a pandemic and now it’s bittersweet that I share with you that Tidy Tightwads will be under…

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Getting the Itch to Spring Clean?

​When the sun comes out, it’s easy to get excited about fresh air and spring cleaning. We’re all ready for beautiful weather ahead. Here’s a handy checklist of things you might not have thought to clean: Drains: kitchen, bathroom, floor, shower/tub, laundry. If you can pull them up and clean out build-up do that. If…

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Want a shiny stainless steel sink?

How to clean a stainless steel sink

You can make a stainless steel sink really shine with club soda or white vinegar.  After normal use, wipe with a damp cloth and dry with a soft cloth.  To deep clean, wipe with a solution of ammonia and water or dish detergent and water.  Dry thoroughly to avoid spots.  Treat rust marks by rubbing…

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Operation Christmas Child

Each year, people all over the world come together to package items in shoe boxes that are shipped all over the world. Operation Christmas Child gives thousands of children an opportunity to experience the love and compassion that Christmas is all about. Do you participate in Operation Christmas Child? Anyone can contribute, individually or as…

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Fall To Do List

fall to do list includes cleaning dryer vents

Here is a handy list of tasks to check to see if it’s time to get them done this fall. If you don’t live in town, when is the last time you had your septic system checked or pumped? Change your batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Text your hard-wired alarms in your…

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Detailing Summer Toys Before Storage

pontoon detailing service

If you can drive it or spend time in it, it likely needs to be detailed! Our detailing service extends beyond cars, trucks, and SUVs. We also detail fishing boats, ski boats, pull-behind campers, RV’s and pontoons! If you’ve never had your recreational vehicles and toys detailed, you’ll be surprised at how fresh and new…

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Back to School Savings

back to school savings

While you may need to buy new items for the school year, there are many things on which you can avoid wasting money. For starters, take the time to do a GOOD inventory, and include your kids. Go through every drawer and item in the closet. Do they like it? Does it fit? Will he/she…

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Cleaning Sprinklers and Water Nozzles

If you need to occasionally clean your shower head or water faucet to remove build-up, the same may be true of your lawn sprinklers and garden hose water nozzles. Hard water and natural elements can be hard on them, and you may notice less pressure or functionality over time. Here are a few things you…

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