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3 Fast and Cheap Hacks for Cleaning Windows

All cleaning be arduous. Of all cleaning tasks, cleaning glass can be especially tedious. At THINK Insurance & Financial Services, we’ve helped people find homeowners insurance; we don’t clean windows. We’ve taken some time, however, to find some ways you can save time on your window cleaning. We wanted to make cleaning your windows as easy as finding a new home insurance policy.

Easy Ways to Clean Windows

Cleaning windows doesn’t take much elbow grease, but it requires the proper supplies. Instead of grabbing a commercial window cleaner and paper towels, make the task easier by using a mixture of vinegar and water and coffee filters. The mixture will work as well as a commercial cleaner, and the coffee filters won’t leave streaks. (Newspapers also work for windows, but the print will stain your hands.) If you come across an especially stubborn spot, you can use a chalkboard eraser to remove it.

Easy Ways to Find Home Insurance

You can likely find homeowners insurance in the same amount of time as it will take to clean your windows. Through our website, you can pull up quotes on homeowners policies available in California. Alternatively, you can call our independent insurance agents.

Serving Pomona, CA, homeowners insurance agents at our office will gladly help you find a policy that meets your needs. They’ll ask you a few questions, which only take a few minutes to answer, and then pull up quotes from multiple insurers in California. Since all of our agents are independent insurance agents, they are free to compare policies from every insurer in the state.

To see just how easy finding homeowners insurance is, log on our website or give us a call. Once you find a policy, use this motivation to wash your windows. You’ll have to call us after and let us know which was faster.


Avoid Drowsy Driving In California

Getting behind the wheel of a car when you are already feeling tired is extremely dangerous. Even if you are a safe driver, you never know what the reaction time of other drivers are, and your own reaction time is going to be delayed when you are feeling fatigue.

More than half of adult drivers have admitted that they have driven while feeling drowsy, and 37% have admittedly fallen asleep while they have been driving. You don’t want to be one of these statistics, and there are some tips to help you avoid drowsy driving.

One of the first things that you can do is drive with a partner. As you start to feel sleepy, you can turn the driving responsibilities over to someone else. It is also a good idea to stop every few hours, get out of the car to stretch, and ensure that you are still good to go.

It’s best to avoid getting behind the wheel altogether if you are feeling tired. You don’t want to run the risk of falling asleep, though if you are already behind the wheel, you can try to stay awake using such tips as playing music loud, singing along, drinking caffeine, and having someone else in the car to talk with.

Your car insurance is important because it’s going to protect you in the event of an accident. There are approximately 100,000 crashes reported to the police every year because of drowsy driving – and you want to avoid being 100,001. By making the promise that you won’t drive while feeling drowsy, you can eliminate a variety of accidents and near misses.

When you want to compare auto insurance quotes in California or have questions about the best policy, call and talk to us today at THINK Insurance & Financial Services. One of our agents can help you with it all.



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