Monday, June 6, 2011

A Recipe for Sweet Cherry Preserves


It is cherry season!  I have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of the first cherries at the farmers markets, and finally their happy red faces have appeared.  They are juicy, sweet, and voluptuous, with smooth shiny skin and soft flesh inside.  They are just absolutely perfect.  Some of them are even so red and ripe that they are almost a deep crimson violet color.  


Here in San Diego we get the common Bing variety of cherry, but we also get neon-colored and super sweet Rainier cherries, and as well as Lapin Cherries.  I buy them all.  I love them all.  I am an equal opportunity cherry eater.  


Now last year when cherry season rolled around, I didn't quite get my act together.  I bought lots and lots of cherries, and snacked on them.  Often.  Cherries are just the ideal size for popping in your mouth one at a time, and then of course, you can't eat just one.  They are sweet enough to feel like an indulgence, but they are also really healthy - a win-win in the snack world.  

But yet, there were those pesky pits... and that was when I realized something was missing from my life.  Specifically, I didn't have a cherry pitter, and clearly everyone should own a cherry pitter.  (Am I right friends?)  Now I should have used this as a good excuse to go shopping (as though I need an excuse), but because of aforementioned lack of getting-act-together, I lagged behind and the cherry season passed me by.     



But not this year.  This season, I decided it was time.  I planned ahead so I could jump into cherry season with both feet and devour these beautiful fruits with gusto.  I took the plunge and bought myself a cherry pitter.  

I got the Oxo Cherry Pitter from Williams-Sonoma, because it came highly recommended by several readers and friends on Twitter.  And honestly, I am kicking myself that I did not get it sooner.  I love it.  It makes pitting cherries a breeze - I can easily pit 2 pounds of cherries in less than 15 minutes - and the mess is minimal.  And a bonus?  It can also pit olives!  This dual function obviously takes the cherry pitter out of the single-use kitchen gadget category and places it squarely in the Very-Useful, Must-Buy category.  (See how I capitalized those categories?  That means they are important.)  So in case you aren't catching my drift, I think you should buy a cherry pitter.  Now.      


Because if you buy it now, then you are only a few short days away from making these luscious cherry preserves, as well as a whole host of other great cherry dishes.  But I would argue that you should definitely start with these preserves. 


This recipe is for sweet cherry preserves - as opposed to the sour/tart variety - and it takes everything that makes a cherry wonderful and transforms it into spreadable form that is intensely sweet.  I like my preserves with large chunks of fruit, so some of the cherries are chopped before cooking, while others are left whole.  The whole cherries and big pieces of fruit are my favorite part - I want to make sure I have enough of them so I don't have to go hunting around to find them.


So these cherry preserves are stellar on their own, on a slice of white bread, wheat bread, french bread, or even a cute little plain scone.  It's heaven.  But naturally, I had to take it just a tiny step further and try it out with goat cheese - and not just any goat cheese, but Purple Haze from Cypress Grove Chevre, which has both lavender and fennel pollen to delicate flavor it.  And WHOA.  Especially the taste of the lavender is just an absolutely perfect complement to the sweet cherries - I think I couldn't have made a better match if I had tried.  (Cypress Grove also makes the incredible humboldt fog goat cheese that I love.)    


So hurry, before the cherry season passes you by, get yourself a cherry pitter and make these preserves.  You will be SO glad that you captured the sweet taste of summer and you can indulge yourself a little bit by trying this with goat cheese too.  It is also a perfect thing to share with friends or to bring for a summer picnic or party - how simple would it be to bring a jar of preserves, a disc of goat cheese, and french baguette?  Your hostess would love you even more if you had an extra jar of sweet cherry preserves stashed away for her.  Just sayin.  

Oh, and one more thing.  Make sure you have enough butter knives on hand for spreading the preserves.  Normally my knives sit in the drawer, unused, but you would be amazed at how quickly the drawer becomes empty when there is are fresh fruit preserves in the house.  Of course, then I can always resort to using a small spoon...   



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Sweet Cherry Preserves
This recipe doesn't have any extra added pectin - it only uses natural pectin from the fruits.  If you want your jam to be thicker, think about adding some extra pectin to the recipe, but it wasn't necessary for my tastes.  Also, in one of the batches of preserves I made, I added a bit of amaretto and I loved the way it heightened the cherry flavor.   


4 cups washed, pitted cherries; I have the Oxo Cherry Pitter and I love it
Juice of 1 large lemon or 2 small lemons
1/2 cup white sugar
1/2 cup brown sugar
1-2 tsp amaretto (optional)


Prepare cherries, then chop about 1/2 or 1/3 of them into rough pieces, and leave the others whole.  Add all the cherries to a medium pot along with the lemon juice.  Cook over medium heat, until they start bubbling, then continue to cook while stirring occasionally for about 20-25 minutes.  Make sure you stir especially towards the end of that time so the juice on the bottom does not burn.  As they are cooking, use a spoon to smash the whole cherries to release the juice and flatten them.  (If you don't flatten them, they will stay really round and the preserves will not be very 'spreadable.')  


After the cherries are fully cooked, add the sugar, stir to mix it in and dissolve it, then continue to cook over medium-high heat for another 5-7 minutes.  (Again, be sure to stir, so the sugar and cherries don't burn.)  After cooking, the juice should have started to 'gel' a bit and thicken so that it starts to coat the back of your spoon or ladle.  Remove the preserves from heat, and test if they are done.  If the preserves are not done, return them to the heat and cook them for a few more minutes, then test them again.  When done, let the preserves cool slightly*, then transfer it to jars.  Once they are cooled, they will keep refrigerated for several months.  
*If you like, stir in some amaretto to enhance the flavor of the cherries.  

68 comments:

  1. Your cherry preserve looks divine! Wonderful when served with cheese and good homemade bread.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  2. Yum! Nothing like the goodness of bread, cheese, and a little fruit preserves to sweeten it up! What a neat tool! I totally want a cherry pitter!

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  3. I love this post and recipe, especially the side note and adding in some amaretto. Brilliant! The cherries we get here during the season are shipped from so far or for so long that they aren't great for eating sometimes.... but maybe turning them into cherry jam would enhance/bring out their flavor!

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  4. I definitely do not need ANOTHER excuse to go shopping! :) you answered my question of "would this work on olives?" so I am off to find one!!

    this looks delicious - I may have to add cherries to my shopping list after finding the pitter, and make some!

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  5. You have me convinced about the cherry pitter! I am definitely adding it to my Must Buy kitchen wishlist!!!

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  6. Years ago my husband figured out the way to my heart was with a cherry pitter. It's funny how that simple addition to the kitchen arsenal made a huge difference to my summer baking. (I should add it can also be used for pitting olives, so I am one happy pitter.)

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  7. Cherry pitter is the reason I stay away from making a preserve from Cherries and plums. Need to find this useful kitchen tool. Love the colorful preserve.

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  8. That looks so delicious, I may not be a big preserve fan, but I do love cherries! Funny, we just broke down and bought a juicer after years of trying to squeeze by hand....kitchen tools make life SO much easier!

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  9. This looks fantastic! I have been dying to try my hand at preserves and this is the recipe that will give me the push!

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  10. The photographs of the cherries look delightful. The preserves seem divine and you make it seem really easy to make at home.

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  11. love it. cherries are my fave so ive been wondering about preserving some that no ones touching in the fridge!! i bought some more today too, i cant stop buying them! lol lovely pics

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  12. I love Rainier cherries, but haven't seen them in the markets near me yet. I'm definitely excited to see them, and would love to try making this when I do. The idea of serving these preserves on bread with goat cheese sounds just incredible!

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  13. YUM! I love cherries, this looks delicious :D

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  14. These preserves look so wonderful - gorgeousness.

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  15. I need to get myself a cherry pitter! I love pairing fruity compotes with cheeses. When I'm in San Diego I should try some goat cheese from Cyprus Grove!

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  16. This looks amazing and delicious! I love you photography. Perfect!Thanks for sharing with us.

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  17. Delightful preserves...cherries are very well loved around here as well :) I almost bought that little baby last weekend, defiantly a necessity for cooking/baking with fresh cherries :)

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  18. Sometimes the simplest recipes are the best! And great photos!

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  19. I love my cherry pitter almost as much as my husband....

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  20. Oh my gosh! Are you kidding me with this recipe?!! I am so in love with this! and how on Earth did I not know that there was such a genious thing as a cherry pitter?!! That's it, I'm getting one right this minute. I must make these preserves immediately.

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  21. Oh - what a great way to enjoy cherries all year long! Love it! I was actually looking into a cherry pitter too - thanks for the oxo recommendation!

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  22. Spending some time in California, I've gotten to enjoy some very flavorful cherries.

    Thank you for sharing this lovely recipe!

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  23. Jan: I can tell you from experience that those less-than-perfect cherries from the supermarket can work equally well for this recipe. Cooking them down and adding sugar elevates the cherries and makes them amazing!

    Molly: YES! I cannot wait to try the pitter for olives too!

    Jessica's Dinner Party: You could try Purple Haze when you are in SD... but you should be able to buy it in lots of other cities too! You can also order from Cypress Grove Chevre online.

    And best comment ever from Erika: "I love my cherry pitter almost as much as my husband...." LOL :)

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  24. Okay, okay, I'm convinced - I need a cherry pitter! But first I need to find some decent cherries because I want to make some cherry preserves.

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  25. hehe hello, and why is it that i like your blog name? :)

    ive not heard of a cherry pitter until NOW! and its going into my ever growing list of kitchen gadgets to buy!

    i love the neon/yellow cherries but we don't get too much of it down here however.

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  26. What a nice way to hold onto to some cherries all year around. Your cherry preserves look and sound delicious.

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  27. I'm obsessed with cherries, probably due to my Russian blood. For some reason I do have (the same) cherry pitter but don't recall using it. Maybe I thought it was a must have item except the cherry season in Boston is like 3 days :) Next time I spot them at the farmers market, I'll make sure to snag some and enjoy them with some goat cheese. Sounds incredible :)

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  28. oh wow, such vibrant color. Wonderful.

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  29. We didn't learn how to do preserves when I was a culinary school student (I wrote about it here, if you're interested: "Culinary School: Three Semesters of Life, Learning, and Loss of Blood" http://amzn.to/eOKJWw - on Amazon Kindle) - it is the next thing I want to teach myself. Especially if I can make something as pretty as you!

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  30. Yum! I love cherries and this would be a perfect way to keep them all year long.

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  31. Mmm...We are cherry eaters at our house too, but I've never tried the Lapin cherries. Where do you find them in San Diego? Believe it, or not, we do have a cherry pitter because one Christmas, my husband who almost never cooks, made a cherry tart. I think my kids would love making these cherry preserves with me!

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  32. I just bookmarked this! thank you so much for this i cant wait to make some soon for father's day:)

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  33. Oh, I'm so jealous of you! I won't be getting any cherries till December. I will keep your delicious recipe for when cherries are in season here. Looks delicious and so fresh!

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  34. This looks so gorgeous. Although available, it's not quite the best season for cherries here in Australia, but I'll have to give this a go when cherries are at their best!

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  35. Will this work with other fruits, like blueberries, blackberries or strawberries?

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  36. Gosh your photos are so beautiful! Perfect summer breakfast recipe.

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  37. Thanks for this sweet cherry preserves recipe. A perfect idea for this time of year. Good post.

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  38. I love the looks of your bread spread with the preserves and is that goat cheese? Super yum! I have to get some cherries before they are all gone!

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  39. Cherry season in my region is over faster than a hiccup. I missed it last year, but this year I'm going to be waiting for it, at the ready with my pitter.

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  40. Anonymous: Though I haven't tried it, this recipe might work with other berries, but I am worried that the higher water content of especially strawberries might make it different. Also, the brown sugar works well here, but for strawberries I might use all white sugar. Give it a try and experiment, that is the fun of cooking!

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  41. Stunning photos! Now this is what I want on MY toast :)

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  42. Hi Amanda,
    I love cherry preserve but your pairing with the lavender goat cheese made me drool instantly. I can only imagine how good they go together.
    thanks for sharing

    you made me laugh the way you categorize your kitchen gadgets :)

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  43. gotta make this! looks amazing and pretty easy!

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  44. This looks amazing! Could I boil the jars after filling them with the preserves to make them last longer (outside of the fridge)? These would make great Christmas gifts. :)
    Thanks!

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  45. You inspired me to make this! Went and bought my cherry pitter and got one for my sis Rabbit Food Rocks too! Thanks. your pics make me drool and make me spend money too. shame on you! ;)

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  46. Maryanna: That is a great idea, they would make awesome christmas gifts! You could definitely boil/can these to preserve them for longer, just make sure to do a proper job and they will last until christmas.

    Shefskitchen: so thrilled you and your sis got the cherry pitters! I am not at all ashamed for making you spend money, because I know you will love the cherry pitter and love the cherries! ;) Can't wait to see what you both make with it!

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  47. Ok, you twisted my arm and made me do it. I just bought the OXO cherry pitter, and I'm so glad I did. It worked like a charm :)

    I made 2 batches of this jam, both with vanilla beans. The first batch only made slightly less than 2 pint jars, so I used 5 cups of cherries in the second batch and got a perfect 2 pints.
    Thanks for a great jam recipe that doesn't use too much sugar--love that!

    Oh, also I added 1 tablespoon of pectin to each batch. I've made jam too many times that won't set up, so I added it just in case.

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  48. Love this recipe. I have been looking forward to making jams and jellies throughout the summer. I just finished a batch of Sherried Strawberry Jam, and I am waiting for raspberries, blackberries, and peaches.

    Visit me at Preserved and Pickled !

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  49. I am not a big fan of red cherries but i`ll try and see if i can make some dashingly good looking blue cherry or black current preserves. I`ll share once the experiment is successful and done. really looking forward to it.

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  50. I made this but with half the sugar. The jam was still very sweet, almost too sweet, but delicious.

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  51. Thank you for this recipe. I'm new to your blog and, as a first timer, I really enjoyed it.
    As soon as I plant the period at the end of the sentence, I'm out to purchase my cherries.
    As I already have a cherry pitter, I know full well the value of this tool.
    I think, as another commenter said, I will halve the amount of sugar as I don't like things too sweet and also, as another commenter wrote, add a bit of pectin.
    Thanks again for the recipe, your heads up on the goat cheese, and, your very fine photos.

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  52. Thanks for this! I halved the sugars, increased the lemon juice, and did the full two tsp of amaretto - it took my mother's homegrown cherries to a whole new level. :)

    Also, I love Purple Haze and Humboldt Fog, too. Not that I have really met many cheeses I DIDN'T like...

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  53. These are FANTASTIC. I made a small batch Sunday morning to put on our waffles when I realized we were out of maple syrup. Then today I went out and bought 6 pounds of cherries, a canner, and a dozen jars.

    No cherry pitter, though--they were sold out. But I found a great method to pit cherries w/o one: put several on cutting board, smash with side of chef's knife (like one does w/ garlic), then pull the pits out. Pretty fast and easy!

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  54. OMGosh..... I just made a small batch.... I don't think it will make it to the jars...hehehe.... and since I didn't have a cherry pitter, I used a drinking straw to push the pits out..worked well and no mess.. thank you for the recipe.... pinned it for later use.

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  55. I just made this with some Rainier Cherries and it's SOOOOOO GOOD! I didn't have amaretto, so I used some almond extract. I tasted it first and it was good, but after adding the almond extract, it was DELICIOUS! The only thing that disappoints me is that I only got two half-pint jars out of it. LOL, I think I'm going to have to find some more cherries.

    Regina in Oakville, WA

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  56. this recipe is so easy my son and husband love it and i think the little one on the way does too.. because mommy cant get enough!!! yummy :) thank you.

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  57. شركة تنظيف بالرياض التنظيف مهم جدا في حياتنا ومن هنا تم تخصيص شركة تسليك مجاري بالدمام فريق عمل بكل تجهيزات النظافة في مدينة الاحساء حتى نجعل كل منزل في الاحساء جميل نقي خالي من الاتربة لان عدم نظافة المنزل يؤدي الى امراض كثيرة ومعدية لذلك يجب الاهتمام بتنظيف الفيلا او الشقة او القصر وعمل قائمة اسبوعية او يومية لتنظيف وتنظيم المنزل من تنظيف المطابخ والحمامات اولا ثم شركة تنظيف شقق بالرياض والغرف وايضا تنظيف الدرايش والشبابيك وذلك من خلال شركة تخزين اثاث بالرياض .

    شركة عزل فوم تقوم الشركة بإستخدام أفضل الأجهزة التي تعمل على شركة عزل مائي بالرياض والمسطح بطريقة أكثر مهارة، وتستخدم أجود وأفضل الخامات والمواد ولديها طاقم هائل من الفنيين والعمالة المهرة التي تقدم الخدمة تخزين اثاث بشكل جيد، وتضمن للعملاء مستودعات تخزين اثاث بالرياض الحماية من التغيرات التي يتعرض لها المبنى، وهذه الخدمات تقدمها الشركة بأسعار مناسبة للجميع، حتى تجعلها في متناول جميع المستويات وتضمن حمايتهم من التلفيات . افضل شركة نقل اثاث بالدمام .

    تخزين الاثاث بالرياض

    شركة تخزين عفش

    تخزين اثاث بالرياض

    افضل شركة تخزين عفش

    مستودعات لحفظ الاثاث بالرياض

    شركات تخزين العفش بالرياض

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  58. شركة البيت الافضل تقدم افضل خدمة على الاطلاق فى شركة نقل عفش بالطائف شركتنا قدمت لك الحل السليم بدلا عنك بدلا من ان تستعين بافراد وعمال غير محترفين او تستعين بشركات نقل اثاث عديمه الخبره .

    كل هؤلاء يعملون علي استنزاف نقودك ولكن نحن هدفنا الرئيسي هو نيل ارضائك وثقتك الغاليه الذي لاتقدر بثمن .
    فاذا كنت تريد ان تهدره او تريد هلاكه عليك الاستعانه بشركات عديمه الخبره او اشخاص ذوي خبره ضئيله او عليك نقله بمفردك .
    فسوف تحتاج الي بذل جهد كبير ولكن مع شركة نقل اثاث بالطائف انت تحافظ منقولاتك سليمه من دون حدوث اي خدش او هلاك له

    انت مع عمالنا ومهندسينا المتخصصلين الذين يعلمون جيدا ان الاثاث له بريق لانه لايمكن نقل اي من محتويات المنزل دون حدوث اي اصابات .
    ولكن مع شركة البيت الافضل الوضع مختلف ومميز انت لن تبذل اى جهد في نقل العفش او الاثاث سوي استخدام هاتفك فى الاتصال بنا على الارقام الموضحه داخل الرابط الخاص بخدمتنا : افضل شركة نقل اثاث بالطائف ودع الباقى علينا .

    سوف تتم عملية النقل على ايدي عمال مهره مدربين وفنيين متخصصين فى عملية الفك والتركيب مع الحفاظ علية من التلف او اى خدوش .

    وكل هذا تقدمة شركة نقل عفش بالطائف بالضمان وبأرخص اسعار بالمملكة .

    انت مع شركتنا تكون دائما في افضل حاله اقتصاديه لاننا لانعمل علي استنزاف نقودك انت ايها العميل قد شرحت لك المشكله والحل السليم
    فعليك الاختيار بين ما يجعلك تبذل جهد كبير وبين الذي يجعلك تبذل مجهود اكبر ومن لايجعلك وبين من عديم الخبره في نقل العفش وبين من لديه الخبره الطائله في مجال نقل العفش والتى دامت لعشر سنوات وبين من لايملك احدث الوسائل المتقدمة المستخدمة فى هذا المجال وبين من يملك احدث الوسائل ولذلك نعتبر افضل شركة نقل عفش بالطائف .

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  59. كيف تنقل اثاثك بطريقة سليمة دون فقده

    وتحافظ عليه من التهالك والتلف أثناء نقله


    البعض منا يقوم بالانتقال من مكان الى اخرونحتاج دائما الي نقل العفش او الاثاث الخاص بنا
    و ذلك يحتاج الى جهد كبير ،خاصة فى عملية نقل العفش لانه يحتاجد الي مجهود بدني وعصبي قوي ويحتاج الي خبراء متخصصين بذلك
    و لذلك ننصح بشركة البيت المثالي لانها تعتبر افضل شركة حتي الان في نقل العفش داخل الرياض وباقي مدن السعودية بما يلى:
    عند شرائك لأى أجهزة جديدة إحتفظ بالصناديق لو كانت متينة و حالتها جيدة فسوف تحتاجها عند تغليف الاثاث وان لم تتكن من الاحتفاظ بها فنحن لنا الامكانيات الخاصة بنا والتي تجعلنا افضل شركة نقل عفش بالرياض
    كذلك احتفظ بالاكياس الهوائية التى تأتى مع الأجهزة الجديدة والأكياس الضاغطة التى يتم تخزين المفروشات والملابس بها حتي تكون افضل اثناء عملية نقل العفش .
    هناك اغراض اضافية تكون لدينا لا نحتاج لها حاول ان تتخلص منها حتى لا تكون عبئ عليك عند النقل .
    دائما قم بـترتيب نقل الاثاث فى اماكنها حتى لا تنسى اى شئ فالترتيب و التنظيم من الامور المهمة التى تسهل عليك عملية النقل او عليك الاستعانة بشركة متخصصة وننصحك بشركة البيت المثالي الافضل دائما في هذا المجال وهي تقدم هذه الخدمة : شركة نقل عفش بالرياض
    وعند اتخاذ امر الانتقال الى مكان اخر فان اول ما تبدأ ان تفكر فيه هو عملية نقل الاثاث و من اهم الأشياء التى يجب ان تقوم بها هى الاتصال بشركة نقل اثاث ذات سمعة جيدة تكون لديها خبرة فى نقل الاثاث
    و خبرة فى فك و تركيب الاثاث حيث ان كل هذه الامور البسيطة تساعد فى تسهيل عملية نقل الاثاث والحمدلله فهناك شركات كثيرة مهمه قد نالت الثقه والشهرة القوية في هذا المجال مثل الشركة التي ننصح بها دائما وهي شركة البيت المثالي والتي تقدم خدمة شركة نقل عفش بالرياض
    ذه الامور البسيطة تخلصك من فوبيا نقل الاثاث التى تشعر بها عند الانتقال.

    شركة نقل اثاث بالرياض

    وشكرا لكم

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  60. من خبراء فى هذا المجال
    نبين لك كيف تحافظ على منزلك صحي وآمن من الحشرات
    نعلم كلنا أن الحشرات موجودة فى كل مكان وحتى لو كان صعب التخلص منها فمنزلك يجب ان يبقى استثناء شركة مكافحة حشرات بالدمام
    الحشرات تزحف وتطير وتحفر فى الجدران فتحات ثقوب للمأوى و بحثاً عن غذاءها لذلك سنقول لك بعض النصائح لتساعدك ان تحافظ على منزلك بعيداً عنها لذلك نقدم لك خدمة شركة مكافحة حشرات بالدمام
    أولاً يجب عليك أن تعلم ما الذى تريده الحشرات وما هى فى الاصل.. بعض الحشرات مثل النمل تبحث عن فتات الطعام فى الارض وأسطح المنزل، حشرة العثة تحب أن تأكل الملابس وتعيش فيها، حشرة السّمك الفضّي تحب العيش داخل الكتب العريقة، وبعض الحشرات مثل الناموس والرغوث تريد دمك.
    1- إجعل من الصعب على الحشرات أن تجد طعامها فى منزلك:
    - اجعل النمل بعيد عن المنزل بكنس الارض وتنظيفها دائماً.
    - إن كنت تخزن الحبوب و الطعام المجفف إجعلها فى علب محكمة الغلق.
    - وضع الفواكه بالخارج أو على المنضدة بالساعات دون تغطيتها أو أكلها تجذب البعوض والحشرات الطائرة فأجعلها فى الثلاجة إن أمكن وقم بإخراجها وقت إحتياجها .
    - إن كان لديك ملابس مصنوعة من الأقمشة الطبيعية فحشرة العثة تحب هذه الأشياء كثيراً لذلك خزنها فى حقائب بلاستيكية أو استخدم النفتالين لحفظ الملابس منها
    -الحشرات الزاحفة تحب الرطوبة جداً لذا إبحث عن الأماكن التى يمكن أن يكون بها تسربات مياه ويمكن أن يوجد مياه راكدة تحتها كالغسالة والثلاجة وقم بتنظيفها.
    - إن كان لديك حيوانات أليفة قم بوقايتهم بمصل الحشرات لوقايتهم من البراغيث لتجنب الإصابة بهم وتنتقل لمنزلك عن طريقهم.
    -إذا وجدت أى فتحات بالحوائط أو شقوق بجوانب النوافذ والأبواب فأغلقها .

    2- يمكنك إستخدام منتجات رذاذ الحشرات للوقاية من المناطق التى بجانب الابواب والنوافذ
    3- للسيطرة على الحشرات الطائرة التى تكون فى الحدائق والمنزل بأن تستخدم أيضاً منتجات الرش أو الإستعانة بخبراء فى التغلب على هذه الأمراض نهائياً أن كان لديك دبابير وزنابير حول منزلك وتريد التخلص منها.
    4- الدبابير وعشها.. كلنا نصاب بالعصبية عند رؤيتها بالقرب من منزلنا يمكنك رشها بمبيد حشرات للتخلص منها ولكن ذلك سيكون مخيفاً جداً لك إذا قاموا بالهجوم عليك فالحل الأفضل لك أن تستعين بشركة البيت المثالي فى هذه المشكلة بشراء خدمة شركة مكافحة حشرات بالدمام

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  61. شركة تنظيف منازل بالاحساء
    هذه هي خدمتنا المقدمة اليكم من شركة البيت المثالي
    والتي تعتبر من افضل ىالخدمات اطلاقا التي تقدم داخل السوق السعودي والاحساء بالفعل وذلك بناء علي النتيجة الرائعة التي وصلت اليها خدمة: شركة تنظيف منازل بالاحساء المقدمة من شركة البيت المثالي لخدمات التنظيف والنقل والمكافحة وكان لعملائنا اراء كثيرة والتي ابرزها :
    - ان هذة الخدمة هي الافضل وان المنزل اصبح نظيفا بالفعل
    - شركة البيت المثالي هي الافضل في خدمة شركة تنظيف منازل بالاحساء
    - شركة البيت المثالي هي الافضل في السوق السعودي بلا منازع
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    ولمتابعه احدث الاخبار عن الخدمة يجب زيارة : شركة تنظيف منازل بالاحساء

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