2020 Guide to Northern Kentucky Farmers’ Markets – Buy “Virtual” from many Farmers

Farmers Market Northern Kentucky 2020

There are so many great reasons to live in Northern Kentucky and local farmers’ markets are one of them. Enjoy shopping for your locally grown fruits and vegetables through October by visiting one of these markets listed below.

Before heading out to your favorite farmers’ market, be sure to check on their way of handling crowd control during the COVID-19 situation. Many markets are accepting pre-paid, pre-orders only.

If you know of any local markets that aren’t mentioned on this list, please let us know at sknabe@sibcycline.com and we’ll add them!  


DAILY

Boone County Farmers Market
6028 Camp Ernst Road, Burlington, Kentucky.
Hours: 10am – 5pm (May – October)
Summer Hours: 9am–6pm  (May 25 – September 7, 2020)
Winter Hours: Day after Thanksgiving through April: 10am–8pm (weather permitting)’


TUESDAYS

Highland Heights Farmers’ Market
3054 Alexandria Pike, Highland Heights, Kentucky. (May–October, 2019)
3pm–6pm


WEDNESDAYS

Bellevue Farmers’ Market
95 Riviera Drive, Bellevue, Kentucky
Wednesdays 3pm–7pm

Fort Thomas Farmers’ Market 
Tower Park at Shelter #2 at 950 Cochran Avenue, Ft. Thomas, Kentucky.
3pm–7pm (June 3 –September 30, 2020)
3pm–6pm (October 2020)


THURSDAYS

Dixie Farmers’ Market
116 Commonwealth Avenue, Erlanger, Kentucky. (May–late October 2020)
2pm–6pm


FRIDAYS

Alexandria Farmers’ Market
7634 Alexandria Pike, Alexandria, Kentucky.  (starts June 5, 2020)
3pm–6pm


SATURDAYS

Bellevue Farmers’ Market
95 Riviera Drive, Bellevue, Kentucky
Saturdays 8am–1pm (through November)

Campbell County Farmers’ Market
709 Monmouth Street, Newport, Kentucky. Near Pepper Pod.  (May 30 – October 2020)
9am–12pm

Covington Farmers’ Market
Order online from vendors for cashless transactions and arrange for delivery or pickup.
(Orders need to be placed by 8pm on Thursday.)

Limited supply of full or half Market Bundles are also available (eggs/produce/bread/meat/shelf-stable products)  at the RCOV office at 2 W. Pike Street during market house 9am–1pm. 

Winter market: January–April: 9am–1pm
Braxton Brewery at 27 W. 7th Street, Covington, Kentucky
During the Corona Virus situation, you can pre-order your items and pick up from
Braxton Brewery

Spring market: May–October: 9am–1pm
Roebling Point District at 3rd and Greenup, Covington, Kentucky

DCCH Farmers’ Market of Fort Mitchell
75 Orphanage Road, Ft. Mitchell, Kentucky. (May 2 – October 2020)
10am–2pm

Independence Farmers’ Market
5272 Madison Pike (Independence Court House), Independence, Kentucky.  (Starting May 2, 2020)
8:30am–1pm

Highland Heights Farmers’ Market
3054 Alexandria Pike, Highland Heights, Kentucky. (April–May, 2020)
10am–3pm

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SUNDAYS

Highland Heights Farmers’ Market
3054 Alexandria Pike, Highland Heights, Kentucky. (April–May, 2020)
10am–3pm

Updated: April 10, 2020

2020 Guide to Cincinnati Farmers’ Markets – Buy “Virtual” From Many Farmers

It’s that time to visit your local farmers’ market. Cincinnati, Ohio has many of them open through October, so be sure to check out your favorite location throughout the growing season. By purchasing your vegetables and fruits at a farmers’ market, you are not only supporting a local agribusiness, but are more environmentally conscientious since fewer resources are used in the transportation and packaging of locally grown food.

Before heading out to your favorite farmers’ market, be sure to check on their way of handling crowd control during the COVID-19 situation. Many markets are accepting prepaid pre-orders only.

Here’s our list of Cincinnati farmers’ markets including the days and times they are open. If you know of any local markets that aren’t on this list, please let us know – sknabe@sibcycline.com – and we’ll add them!


DAILY

Columbia Tusculum Farmers’ Market
260 Wilmer Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio (year round)
Monday–Friday: 2pm–6pm; Saturday–Sunday 9am–12pm

Findlay Market 
1801 Race Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. (closed on Mondays)
Tuesday–Friday: 9am–6pm
Saturday: 8am–6pm; Sunday: 10am–4pm

Lunken Airport Farmers’ Market
Near Kellogg and Wilmer Avenues, near Lunken Airport, Cincinnati, Ohio
9am–4pm

Newtown Farmers’ Market
3950 Round Bottom Road, Cincinnati, Ohio (year round 2020)
Summer Hours: Monday–Saturday: 9am–7pm;
Sunday: 10am–6pm
Amish Bakery is available Tuesday–Sunday

Fall/Winter Hours starting in September: Monday–Friday: 9am–6pm (deli closes at 5:30pm) Saturday: 9am–6pm; Sunday: 10am–6pm


SUNDAYS

Brown’s Family Farm Market
11620 Hamilton-Cleves Road, Hamilton, Ohio (open Wednesday – Sunday)
9am–7pm

Finneytown
9150 Winton Road (behind the fire house), Cincinnati, Ohio
10am–2pm – Second Sundays May through November 2020

Hyde Park Farmers’ Market
2700 Erie Avenue at the square, Hyde Park, Cincinnati, Ohio (May–October 2020)
Summer Market: 9:30am–1:30pm (May–October 2020)
Winter Market (Clark Montessori):  9:30am–1pm
Vendors are taking pre-orders for U.S. Bank pick up only. Contact vendors and schedule pick-up times. 

Mariemont Farmers’ Market
Mid May 2020 –October 2020 at Mariemont Elementary School parking lot
9:30am–1:30pm – unconfirmed for 2020

Mount Healthy 
Fibonacci Brewing Company  at 1445 Compton Road, Cincinnati, Ohio
11am–2pm – First Sundays May through November 2020

Riverfront Market
Smale Riverfront Park at the Castellini Esplanade
May 17 – October 25, 2020 (Wed: 4pm–8pm; Sun: 9am–2pm) – Unconfirmed
Vendors and food trucks


MONDAYS

Nativity Church Tailgate Market in Pleasant Ridge
5936 Ridge Road in Pleasant Ridge, Cincinnati, Ohio
3:30pm–6pm – Unconfirmed for 2020

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TUESDAYS

Gabriel’s Place Marketplace
3618 Reading Road, Avondale, Cincinnati, Ohio 45229 (May 2020)
4pm–6pm

Lockland/Wyoming Farmers’ Market
Fab Ferments Taproom
4pm–7pm
Pre-order and pre-pay with market vendors.

Loveland Farmers’ Market
Downtown Historic Loveland at 205 Broadway St., Loveland, Ohio (May – October 2020)
3pm–6:30pm

Mt. Carmel Farmers Market
453 Old SR 74 at Sports Page Cafe (July – October 2020)
2pm–5:30pm

Oxford Farmers’ Market
TJ Maxx-Moon Coop parking lot at corner of Locust and Wells Mill Drive, Oxford, Ohio
4–7pm

Price Hill Farmstand (operation by Findlay Market)
Corner of Price and Grand Avenues in Price Hill (June–October 2020) – unconfirmed
3pm-6pm

Sayler Park Farmers’ Market
Sayler Park Town Square, 6610 Parkland Avenue, Sayler Park, Ohio (May – October 2020 weather dependent)
4pm–7pm

Springdale Farmers’ Market
Memorial Walk Plaza of the Jones Center, Springdale, Ohio. (Starts on May 2 – October 27, 2020)
7am–1pm

Strauss Troy Market on Fountain Square
Fountain Square in downtown Cincinnati at 5th and Vine. (Starting April 7, 2020)
11am– 1:30pm


WEDNESDAYS

Brown’s Family Farm Market
11620 Hamilton-Cleves Road, Hamilton, Ohio (open Wednesday – Sunday)
9am–7pm

Farmer’s Market at Summit Park in Blue Ash
4335 Glendale-Milford Road at Summit Park. Blue Ash, Ohio. (May 13 – September 30, 2020)
3:30pm–7pm
Drive-thru market planned

Milford Farmers’ Market
1005 Lila Avenue (Route 50), Milford, Ohio
2pm–5pm (June – October 2020)

Northside Farmers’ Market
Hoffner Park at 4101 Hamilton Avenue, Northside, Cincinnati, Ohio. (Year round)
4pm–7pm
May–October: Hoffner Park
October–May: North Church at 4222 Hamilton Avenue
Pre-order by Tuesday at 6pm

Riverfront Market
Smale Riverfront Park at the Castellini Esplanade
May 17 – October 25, 2020 (Wed: 4pm–8pm; Sun: 9am–2pm) –unconfirmed for 2020
Vendors and food trucks

Village Green Farmers Market in Fairfield
Village Green Park at 301 Wessel Drive (April 15 – October 28, 2020), Fairfield, Ohio
4pm–7pm
Winter Market: November–May: First and Third Wednesday 5pm–7pm at the Fairfield Community Arts Center lobby at 411 Wessel Drive; 4–6:30pm


THURSDAYS

Brown’s Family Farm Market
11620 Hamilton-Cleves Road, Hamilton, Ohio (open Wednesday – Sunday)
9am–7pm

Brown County Farmers’ Market
201 S. Main Street, Georgetown, Ohio (year round)
3pm–7pm

College Hill Farmer’s Market
5742 Hamilton Avenue in College Hill
3pm–6:30pm (May–October 2020) – Need to confirm

Gabriel’s Place Marketplace
3618 Reading Rd., Avondale, Cincinnati, OH 45229. (June–October 2020) – Need to confirm
11am–2pm

Downtown Harrison Farmers’ Market
Harrison Recreation Commission at 300 George St., Harrison, Ohio. (June–October 2020)
4pm–7pm

Lebanon Farmers’ Market
W. Main Street and Sycamore Street, Lebanon, Ohio (May 14 – October 15, 2020)
3pm–7pm

Madeira Farmers’ Market
7001 Miami Avenue, (corner of Miami and Dawson) Madeira, OH – 3:30pm–7pm (May – October)
Winter Hours: Nov: 4pm–6:30pm; Nov–Apr: 3:30pm-6pm at Madeira Silverwood Presbyterian Church at 8000 Miami Avenue
Currently accepting prepaid orders only with drive-through only. No drive-up customers.

Madisonville Garden Market Tailgate
6001 Chandler Street, Madisonville, Cincinnati, Ohio (May–September, 2020)
4:30pm–7pm

Market Wagon CinDay
Free pickup of local fresh produce at a Market Host location every Thursday

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FRIDAYS

Brown’s Family Farm Market
11620 Hamilton-Cleves Road, Hamilton, Ohio (open Wednesday – Sunday)
9am–7pm

Brown County Farmers’ Market
570 N. High Street, Mt. Orab, Ohio (year round)
3pm–7pm

Lettuce Eat Well Farmers’ Market
Cheviot Elementary School – 4040 Harrison Ave, Cincinnati, Ohio. (Year round)
Summer Season: Fridays: 3:30pm–6:30pm  May – October
Winter Season: 1st and 3rd Fridays: 3:30pm–6:30pm  November–April

Nativity Church Tailgate Market in Pleasant Ridge
5926 Ridge Road in Pleasant Ridge, Cincinnati, Ohio
3:30pm–6-6:30pm
Not confirmed for 2020


SATURDAYS

Anderson Farmers’ Market
St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church at 8101 Beechmont Avenue, Anderson Twp, Ohio
9am–12pm (May 16 – October 31, 2020)

Brown’s Family Farm Market
11620 Hamilton-Cleves Road, Hamilton, Ohio (open Wednesday – Sunday)
9am–7pm

Brown County Farmers’ Market
7389 Clifton Ave., Russellville, Ohio (year round)
9am–12pm

53 Main Street, Ripley, Ohio (June – November)
9am–12pm

Clinton County Farmers’ Market
Spring: Begins March 7 – May 2020 (1st and 3rd Saturdays) 9am–12pm
Wilmington Municipal Building  at 69 N. South Street, Wilmington, Ohio

Summer: June–September, 2020 – (Every Saturday) 8:30am –12pm
Mulberry Street (in front of the General Denver Hotel), Wilmington, Ohio

Winter: October–December (1st and 3rd Saturdays) 9am–12pm
Wilmington Municipal Building  at 69 N. South Street, Wilmington, Ohio

Deerfield Farmers’ Market
Kingswood Park at 4188 Irwin Simpson Road, Mason, Ohio
Summer Market: 9am-–12pm (May 2 – October 31, 2020)
Winter Market: (November 2020 – April, 2021) Third Saturday of each month) – 10am–11am
Market is now a drive-in.

Delhi Farmers Market
Delhi Park at 5125 Foley Road in Delhi, Cincinnati, Ohio (Starting June – October 2020)
9:30am – 1:30pm

Gabriel’s Place Marketplace
3618 Reading Rd., Avondale, Cincinnati, OH 45229. (June–October 2020) – unconfirmed
11am–2pm

Hamilton’s Historic Farmers Market
Outside courthouse at 101 High Street. (May–October 2020)
8am–12pm

Madisonville Garden Market Tailgate
6001 Chandler Street, Madisonville, Cincinnati, Ohio (May–September, 2020)
10:30am – 1pm

Mason Farmers’ Market
6370 Mason-Montgomery Road, Mason, OH at Mason Middle School
8am-12pm – June – September 2020
(Not confirmed for 2020)

Milford Farmers’ Market
1005 Lila Avenue (Route 50), Milford, Ohio
2pm–5pm (July – October 2020)

Montgomery Farmers’ Market
Montgomery Elementary at 9609 Montgomery Road, Montgomery, Ohio (May 2–October 2020)
9am–12:30pm
Pre-pay drive-thru market

Mt. Lookout Farmer’s Market
927 Ellison Avenue, Mt. Lookout (Cincinnati), Ohio
10am–1pm

Mt. Washington Farmers’ Market
Stanbery Park in Mt. Washington (Cincinnati, Ohio) –  (May–September 2020)
9am-12pm
Unconfirmed for 2020

Oxford Farmers’ Market
Order online from vendors for cashless transactions and arrange delivery/pick up
Summer Season: May – September: Main and High Street, Oxford, Ohio
8am–12pm

Fall Season: October – Saturday before Thanksgiving Main and High Street, Oxford, Ohio
9am–12pm

Winter Season: December – April: Main and High Street, Oxford, OH – (every 3rd Saturday)
10am-–12pm

Springdale Farmers’ Market
Memorial Walk Plaza of the Jones Center, Springdale, Ohio. (May 2 – October 31,  2020)
7am–1pm

West Chester Art & Farmers’ Market
Spring Market: 9285 Centre Pointe Drive, West Chester, Ohio  (1st and 3rd Saturdays April and May 2020)
2pm-4pm
Pre-order/pre-pay and pick up at the market location. Follow on Facebook

Summer Market: 9285 Centre Pointe Drive, West Chester, Ohio  (starts May 30, 2020)
9am-1:00pm

Winter Market: The Mulhauser Barn at 8558 Beckett Road – Nov – March (1st and 3rd Saturdays)

Updated: 04/10/2020

 

50 Interesting Things to Do at Your Home during COVID-19

While staying at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be running out of ideas of things to do. Don’t feel trapped inside your house. We have put together a list of 50 interesting things to do while in the safety of your “home sweet home”:

  1. Test your trivia knowledge with Sporcle.
  2. Rearrange furniture.
  3. Call a relative or friend. Someone will want to hear your voice and be cheered up!
  4. Tour museums online. Go here and here.
  5. Take an online course, watch a Ted Talk or learn something new on YouTube. (EdX offers some free classes. Class Central also has free classes.)
  6. Leave a positive review on Yelp or Amazon.
  7. Clean that junk drawer.
  8. Create Spotify music lists for all your moods.
  9. Solve a puzzle. If you’re up to the challenge – Amazon has all-white (as well as other color) versions.
  10. Create a bucket list.
  11. Prepare a new recipe.
  12. Toss out expired products in your kitchen pantry and bath medicine cabinet.
  13. Clean all mirrors and windows.
  14. Clean out your car.
  15. Organize a closet.
  16. Make an emergency kit.
  17. Have a spa day: face mask, mani/pedi, etc… See ideas here.
  18. Learn a new card game, such as bridge.
  19. Have a picnic in your backyard.
  20. Listen to a podcast.
  21. Tour the sky online
  22. Draw, paint, color or do a craft.
  23. Write a song.
  24. Write a letter.
  25. Research your family tree.
  26. Organize old photos. Scan important ones.
  27. Plan/plant your garden.
  28. Spring clean. Try a room a day.
  29. Organize storage containers in your kitchen
  30. Have a “Chopped” contest based the TV show. See who comes up with the best recipe using ingredients from your pantry.
  31. Build a blanket fort.
  32. Learn how to juggle.
  33. Learn how to remember names.
  34. Sort your paperwork (old files, receipts, etc…)
  35. Clean your garage.
  36. Tackle that “honey do” list.
  37. Teach your dog a new trick.
  38. Make a time capsule.
  39. Plan a future party or vacation.
  40. Share stories (especially family history) from the past.
  41. Have a dance party or talent show.
  42. Clean out your email box.
  43. Try something you’ve seen on Pinterest. Will it be a success or a fail?
  44. Make a list of things for which you are grateful.
  45. Sort your sock drawer.
  46. Learn origami.
  47. Take a virtual world tour.
  48. Stretch with yoga.
  49. Listen to Dolly Parton read a children’s book every Thursday.
  50. Put your mouse ears on and explore a Disney Theme Park.

Have an idea you would like to contribute? Email sknabe@sibcycline.com!

 

 

 

March Home Sales Report for Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio; Northern Kentucky; and Southeastern Indiana

花火8Although this is a challenging time, real estate remains strong with low interest rates and a constantly rotating inventory of homes for sale. There are plenty of buyers in the market now looking for a home. Take a look at our regional home sales report for March 2020.

During this concerning time of Coronavirus, please take advantage of Sibcy Cline’s weekly Virtual Open House Weekend tours on Facebook.

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Here is a report by region of homes sales throughout March 2020:

CINCINNATI / SOUTHEASTERN INDIANA

Home sales in the region were strong and down just slightly as compared to March 2019. Average home sale prices continue to increase.

March 2020 vs March 2019

  • -.45% Decrease in homes sold (1,987 homes vs 1,996 homes)
  • 13.12% Increase in average sale price ($231,986 vs $205,075)
  • 14.71% Increase in median sale price ($195,000 vs $170,000)
  • 12.61% Increase in gross sales volume ($460,955,271 vs $409,330,177)

January–March 2020 vs January–March 2019

  • 4.45% Increase in homes sold (4,925 homes vs 4,715 homes)
  • 7.67% Increase in average sale price ($223.485 vs $207,569)
  • 8.82% Increase in median sale price ($185,000 vs $170,000)
  • 12.46% Increase in gross sales volume ($1,100,662,113 vs $978,686,063)

Statistics courtesy of Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors March 2020 Home Sales Report

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DAYTON

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Dayton area saw a gain in home sales as well as average and median sale prices throughout March.

March 2020 vs March 2019

  • 11.76% Increase in homes sold (1,321 homes vs 1,182 homes)
  • 13.83% Increase in average sale price ($184,756 vs $162,314)
  • 17.09% Increase in median sale price ($161,000 vs $137,500)
  • 27.21% Increase in sales volume ($244,062,634 vs $191,855,727)

January–March 2020 vs January–March 2019

  • 9.33% Increase in homes sold (3,282 homes vs 3,002 homes)
  • 12.95% Increase in average sale price ($177,066 vs $156,761)
  • 13.06% Increase in median sale price ($151,500 vs $134,000)
  • 23.49% Increase in sales volume ($581,129,170 vs $470,596,213)

Statistics courtesy of Dayton Realtors March 2020 Home Sales Report

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NORTHERN KENTUCKY

Home sales decreased in March as compared to March 2019. Average and median sale prices increased.

March 2020 vs March 2019

  • -7.99% Decrease in homes sold (553 homes vs 601 homes)
  • 16.18% Increase in average sale price ($223,606 vs $192,467)
  • 12.02% Increase in median sale price ($192,000 vs $171,400)
  • 6.90% Increase in sales volume ($123,654,435 vs $115,672,892)

January–March 2020 vs January–March 2019

  • 3.22% Increase in homes sold (1,442 homes vs 1,397 homes)
  • 11.03% Increase in average sale price ($213,178 vs $191,994)
  • 9.09% Increase in median sale price ($180,000 vs $165,000)
  • 14.61% Increase in sales volume ($307,403,814 vs $268,216,029)

Statistics courtesy of Northern Kentucky Association of Realtors March 2020 Home Sales Report

 

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Six DIY Home Projects for Spring

With the spring season here, it’s a great time to accomplish a few quick and easy indoor DIY jobs inside the home. Here are six improvement ideas to work on right now:

1 – Air Filters
Swapping out air filters on your heating and air system (as well as clearing debris built up around a central air unit outdoors) are easy tasks to undertake without much trouble.

2 – De-Clutter From Winter
When it comes to more cosmetic features for your home, it’s a good idea to start in rooms where clutter has built up over the course of winter. Stow all coats, mittens, boots and hats out of the way. The same goes for the snow shovels and sleds.

3 – Paint
Another DIY project is to repaint a wall or two. Fresh paint can make a room look like new and costs very little to do. Remember you’ll need to keep a window open for ventilation.

4 – Kitchen Touch Ups
If you feel more adventurous, consider installing a new backsplash in your kitchen or swap out the hardware on cabinets.

5 – Bathroom Ideas
Bathroom storage can be made even better with new shelving. If your bathroom fixtures have seen better days, consider installing new ones. Re-grout the tile in your bath for a fresh look. A new bath mat is an easy way to spruce up the floor.

6 – Insulate
Adding insulation to your home not only will help lower utility bills, but will also help to make your home more comfortable. Don’t forget to seal windows and doors with caulk or weatherstripping. And, if you haven’t done so already, consider installing a programmable thermostat.

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Need more inspiration? This Old House has 100 DIY Upgrades for under $100!

And if DIY is not in the books for you, contact Sibcy Cline Home Services for recommendations of service vendors who can help with your spring home projects.

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Spring Cleaning Tips for Your Home

cleaningSpending time at home, you may be inspired to tackle spring cleaning. Here are some useful tips to make this job less painful and complete in a short amount of time:

Top To Bottom
When cleaning, work top to bottom from the ceiling down. This forces dirt and debris downward so you do not need to re-dust. Remove cobwebs from ceiling corners and fans. Then dust furniture. Finally, clean the floors.

Room By Room
Tackle cleaning room by room. You will feel more of a sense of accomplishment when you do so.

Kitchen 
One of the biggest areas for spring cleaning is the kitchen. Cleaning a refrigerator both inside and out doesn’t have to be a time-consuming process as long as you plan ahead. Slowly remove items as they’re used – without replacing them – so that there’s less clutter to take out. Once your fridge is decluttered it will be a lot easier to remove all of the shelves and drawers and give them a good scrub without having to spend a lot of time removing and replacing food and drink items.

Clean out the microwave oven. It tends to gather dirt. In a bowl, combine a cup of water, cup of vinegar and two tablespoons of lemon juice. Place the bowl in the microwave for two minutes on the high setting. Follow up by wiping the interior with a soft, damp cloth.

Wipe down kitchen cabinets. Be sure to take a look at your pantry and toss old items. Have a junk drawer? Be ruthless about organizing it.

Clean your trash receptacle and pay attention to lid hinges. De-crumb the toaster.

Bathroom 
The bathroom is another area that requires a deeper clean over a given time. For showers with grout, it may be wise to first rub the affected areas with a high-grit sandpaper to clear off the top layer, and then carefully apply bleach to those stained areas to ensure there’s no leftover mildew. Once this is done, allow some time to dry and then apply sealant.

For faucets and shower heads covered in soap scum, scrubbing with balled-up aluminum foil will clear off debris with ease, without scratching the metal.

Change out the shower curtain or wash your fabric and plastic liners in a gentle cycle. Organize the cosmetics drawer and medicine cabinet.

Unexpected Places To Clean
Spring cleaning isn’t just about getting at the “problem areas.” You need to address less-considered parts of your home as well. For instance, countertops and cabinets can get a little dirtier than people might expect and cleaning them off with a high-power cleaning product, then sealing them, can help them stay much cleaner for years to come.

Here is a tip on cleaning windows: clean them on a cloudy day. Sunlight won’t dry out cleaners when applied, making the wipe-down more effective.

Winter Clothing
Now is the time to clean and store all winter items. Pack up gloves, hats and scarves. Coats should be stowed. If you do not have room in your closet for winter sweaters and other heavier clothing, now is the time to pack them away. If you have clothing you did not wear this year, consider donating their items.

Need help with your spring cleaning efforts? Contact Sibcy Cline Home Services. They can put you in touch with local vendors to help get your home clean top to bottom.

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Sibcy Cline Realtors Makes the 2020 REAL Trends 500 List

花火8REAL Trends published its annual ranking of the top 500 U.S. real estate brokers for 2020 and Sibcy Cline ranked #56 for transaction sides.

Sibcy Cline also ranked:

  • #103 – Closed Sales Volume
  • #13 – Leading Real Estate Companies of the World broker member
  • #26 – Top U.S. Independent Real Estate Companies

Sibcy Cline’s Core Services ranked #16 in the U.S. with 7,369 transactions for mortgage, title, insurance and home warranties. Each of these divisions (mortgage, insurance, title, home owners warranties) were also ranked individually with top rankings.

Review all of the REAL Trends’ rankings here.

Who is REAL Trends? This company a real estate news and analytical source and communications organization based in Colorado.