A New Jersey woman is sharing her tips on how to keep your indoor stair railing safe while outdoors.
“I think this is a really great article,” Jennifer Haskins, of Port Orange, told ABC News.
“I think it’s very important to get out and take advantage of the outdoor opportunities.”
I really like that they have this article and are encouraging people to look into these types of things and really do something about it,” Haskens added.”
It’s really important to clean your stair railing because it’s really hot in the summer, and it’s also very slippery and very difficult to get the railing off.
“So you want to make sure that you can get a good grip on the railing and then use the right hand to hold it down.”
When Haskers first heard about indoor stair rail in New York, she thought that it was just for the kids.
“You know, I didn’t really think about it until I had a young child that’s older than me,” she said.
Haskins is also the co-founder of the indoor stair project, which was started by her mother, who lives in the town of Port Orchard.
“She was very into it and really focused on it, and she really did this for her daughter,” Hanks said.
“She was so into it, she would do this on the weekends.”
When I first heard of it, I was like, ‘Oh, no, no.
That’s not for us.
That can’t be for us,'” Haskings said.
The indoor stair has become a popular option for many people in the state, and in some cases, people have been cleaning their own stairs.”
There’s a lot of people out there that are very interested in taking this up, because they’re finding it very useful,” Haska said.”
And I think it could really help people out, particularly older people who might have arthritis or other issues,” she added.
Haska has spent more than $1,000 on the project, and the first floor of her home is already clean.”
A lot of the time people do not have stairs in their house, so I think having stairs is really helpful,” Hase said.