Five Handy Things You Should Carry Every Day
From surprising tricks to help you look your best to useful tools for sprucing up before a showing, here are five things you should always carry in your car or bag.
- Stain removal sponge.
Keep a supply handy to remove marks from walls, bathtubs or almost any grungy area before showings. They’re also great for keeping your office looking neat for clients.
- A multi-tool.
You never know when you’ll need to tighten a loose screw or clip an unraveling thread from a garment. Carry a multi-tool, and you’ll be better prepared for the unexpected.
- Spare change.
If you usually pay with plastic and don’t typically get change, make a point of carrying a supply in your car or bag in case you need to feed a parking meter or top off a leaky tire on your car.
- A tape measure.
How big is the master bedroom? Will my couch fit against that wall? Clients ask about a home’s dimensions all the time. Carry a tape measure, and you’ll be able to answer them accurately.
In addition to keeping your hair looking great, hairspray is also useful for eliminating static cling. Spray it lightly inside a static-prone skirt or pants and let it dry, or spray it on your skin if you’re worried about staining. It’s a great multi-tasker!
American Home Shield is providing the information for general guidance only. Due to the general nature of the property maintenance and improvement advice in this material, neither American Home Shield Corporation, nor its licensed subsidiaries assumes any responsibility for any loss or damage which may be suffered by the use of this information.
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