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Removing varnish from glass household cleaning tip 73

Hopefully you will find this household domestic cleaning tip that gives you some useful advice on removing varnish from glass to be helpful. You will also find below a further link to many other very useful household domesticremoving varnish from glass cleaning tips that make up this series of blogs that I am currently publishing on a regular basis.

Cleaning tip No73 gives advice on removing varnish from glass.

Varnish can be removed from glass by using baking soda.

New domestic cleaning tips are always more than welcome. 

Please note that I have produced these cleaning tips in good faith and has such will take no responsibility for any failure or damage that may be caused or attributed by the use of any of the tips given.

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7 Responses to “Removing varnish from glass household cleaning tip 73”

  1. Commercial Cleaning Birmingham Says:

    Its great to see advice online for general household cleaning. I run a cleaning company and am always spouting my mouth off to friends and family about how to clean certain things. I usually get told to shut up and stop being boring. From now on I can point them to your website instead!

  2. S Mclean Says:

    If you need to clean a dirty tide marked bath use Swafega on a damp cloth or a damp soft pan cleaning cloth rub in on tide mark removes it with little elbow grease then wash of with warm water.

  3. Starting A Franchise Says:

    I like how you’ve dedicated this blog to providing information about opening a franchise and information about franchises in general, but you’ve provided helpful tips for franchisees.

  4. Starting A Franchise Says:

    That is, you’ve also provided helpful tips for franchisees, specific to Dolly Char.

  5. Geanina Says:

    I use easy off Bam, then go over it with windex. The bam takes off all the soap scum and evhniteyrg, but leaves a blurry mess, so I go over that with windex. I think it would be better if I had a shower head with a hose that I could get all the bam off though. HTH

  6. Kevin Masters Says:

    Thanks for the useful tip. Helps a lot.

    Best Regards! New Eltham Carpet Cleaners Ltd.

  7. admin Says:

    Nice tip, thanks for sharing :)

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