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Easy Ways To Clean Upholstery

Easy Ways To Clean Upholstery

Easy Ways To Clean Upholstery – We invest a lot of money in our furniture. So knowing how to clean and care for our upholstery is essential. Here are some general care guidelines to consider before cleaning.

Caring for upholstery

You can increase the life of upholstery by following a few simple rules:

1. Vacuuming and light brushing on weekly basis helps to eliminate dirt before it becomes embedded in the fibers, causing the fabric to abrade.


How To Clean Window Blinds?

How To Clean Window Blinds?

How To Clean Window Blinds? – Cleaning window blinds is one of those jobs that we tend to look so forward to doing that we have to hold ourselves back. Well, perhaps in a perfect world, but in the real world this is one job that is about as exciting as watching paint dry. As a result of this enthusiasm we generally do not get around to doing to job until it is a monumental task rather than doing it regularly when it wouldn’t be such an issue. Whatever your reasons for putting off this onerous task, eventually it must be done, lest the dust overtake your windows.

Kitchen Bin Hygiene

Kitchen Bin Hygiene

Kitchen Bin Hygiene – For the average-sized family, choose a bin that is at least 40 liters in volume. For  one- and two-person households, a 20-30 liter bin is adequate. A pedal bin is a hygienic option because you will not be touching the lid with your hands. Unless your kitchen is so small there is no alternative, avoid those bins that are attached to the inside of a cupboard door. They are usually too small for normal family use and are fiddly to clean.

Brick Wall Cleaning

Brick Wall Cleaning

Brick Wall Cleaning Tips – There is a fundamental problem with cleaning brick walls and it is brought on by the course and rough texture that is common with bricks. Because of their textured surface, you will often see it build up a lot of stuff like dust.

Naturally, the bricks that are on the outside of your home are going to take more of a beating than the bricks that are on the inside of your home. So it shouldn’t be much of a surprise to hear that the outside bricks are going to require routine cleaning much more often than those that are on the inside of your home. This is because of all the elements the outside bricks have to fight off.

 

 

Natural Products For Pet Urine Stains

Natural Products For Pet Urine Stains

Natural Products For Pet Urine Stains – If you are a pet owner, chances are that your cat or dog has had at least one accident. Urine, feces and vomit stains are par for the course if you are the owner of an untrained puppy or kitten. There are many ways to prevent pet stains and odor and the wise pet owner will search out information on good house-breaking and litter-training techniques. The diet and health of your cat or dog are also a strong part of the equation.

Responsible pet owners are those who are willing to visit and consult with a veterinarian on a regular basis to ensure they are taking the necessary steps to maintain the health of their pets.

Home Cleaning Tips: How To Clean Pillows?

Home Cleaning Tips: How To Clean Pillows?

Home Cleaning Tips: How To Clean Pillows – Whether your bed pillows are made with synthetic filling, foam, or natural materials (such as down), chances are you will eventually need to clean them. While it is important to differentiate between these materials when cleaning your pillows at home, learning to do so will save you the time and cost of having them professionally cared for by a dry cleaner.

Pillows containing loose synthetic fillings are advantageous because they are more durable, more hypoallergenic, and less expensive than pillows containing natural materials. More importantly, they are a lot easier to clean than natural pillows.

How To Clean Crystal Chandelier?

How To Clean Crystal Chandelier?

How To Clean Crystal Chandelier? First of all, you need to turn off the electricity to the chandelier and use another connected light. Don’t use tables or chairs to reach a chandelier, use only a ladder that to one which is high enough to reach at least midway.

Now spread a thick, washable cloth on the floor underneath the chandelier so dust won’t get on your floor. Grab a thick soft paint brush and wipe the dust away in minutes. Ease your brush around the curves and get right into the crevices. With this delicate brush, you don’t have to worry about damaging crystals or beads.