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Smelling fresh gives impression of cleanliness Domestic Cleaning Tip No.77

Friday, October 15th, 2010

I hope that you will find this domestic cleaning tip that gives you a little bit of advice on keeping your house smelling nice and fresh to be useful. You will also discover below a link to other useful household domestic cleaning tips that help to make up this series of small blog articles that I am currently publishing on pigs relaxing out in the freh aira regular basis.

Domestic cleaning tip No77 gives advice about keeping your household smelling really nice and fresh.

If you keep your household smelling really nice and fresh this will always give your guests the impression of cleanliness.

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Advice on cleaning crayon marks from painted walls Domestic Cleaning tip No76

Thursday, October 7th, 2010

 

I hope that you will find this domestic cleaning tip that offers you a little advice on cleaning crayon marks off painted walls to be useful. You will also discover below a link to other useful household domestic cleaning tips that help to make up this series of small blog articles that I am currently publishing on crayon marks on wallsa regular basis.

Domestic cleaning tip No76 gives advice on cleaning crayon marks off painted walls 

It is best to use an all purpose cleaner that is highly alkaline preferably one which contains Aqua Ammonia. Using an all purpose-soaked cleaning cloth carefully rub away the crayon marks from the wall. Finally just rinse and dry the wall.

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1 England V DeadDad 2

Thursday, September 30th, 2010

I was working behind the bar during the World Cup (in fact, the last 2 but that’s irrelevant to the story) and I was quite friendly with the regulars. Especially this one chap, Carl, who this ‘blog’ is based on.

Carl turned up to every Man Utd and England match he could, that was shown at our pub. He used to bring a tobacco tin to every England match. The tin lid was decorated with a St George design and a British Bulldog in the centre. Inside the tin was, of course, Carl’s dad. Carl made a promise to his dad that he would take him to every England match he could. This sounds quite a thoughtful thing to do but….

As the place was getting quite busy and England scored their first goal against the opposition Carl had shouted to me, ‘Double rum for m’ Dad please, Steve?’. So I hurried and plonked a double rum in front of him, took the cash and carried on with my duties… Again a big cheer and …‘Double rum for m’ Dad again please, Steve?’ So I did.

3 goals, then 4 to England then a fifth each with a double rum. Next thing I saw were flames licking the front of one of the tills where Carl is calmly sat staring at his ‘Dad’. I rushed over and asked what the hell is happening. At the same time England scored for the final time and Carl eagerly answered, ‘Nothing mate. Looks like m’ Dad needs another rum.’

I swiftly poured a large rum and passed it over, to my surprise, Carl poured this into the flames, which I saw coming out of the tin, luckily extinguishing the fire that was coming from the tin.

I then discovered that Carl’s Dad’s Ashes were in that tin. When his dad was alive he knocked back a double rum each time England scored. Carl was pouring the spirit into the tin and setting fire to it to evaporate the liquid.

This was Carl’s way of still celebrating ‘The Match’ with his old man.

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Cleaning stainless steel domestic cleaning tip No.75

Tuesday, March 16th, 2010

I hope that you will find this domestic cleaning tip that offers you a little advice on cleaning stainless steel to be beneficial. You will also discover below a link to other useful household domestic cleaning tips that help tocleaning-stainless-steel make up this series of small blog articles that I am currently publishing on a regular basis.

Household domestic cleaning tip No75 gives advice on cleaning stainless steel 

Stainless steel hobs, cookers and sinks can be cleaned to a very clean and shiny condition by simply wiping them down with a cloth that is soaked in vinegar.

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Removing mould growth domestic cleaning tip No74

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010

With a little luck you will find this domestic cleaning tip that givesremoving mould growth you advice on removing mould growth to be of use to you. You will also find below many further links to other household domestic cleaning tips that constitute part of this series of small blog articles  that I am currently publishing on a regular basis.

Cleaning tip No74 gives you advice on removing mould growth

Mould growth can be removed by using a damp cloth. Afterwards wipe down the surface again with a clean duster that as been well soaked in a detergent and water solution.

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Removing varnish from glass household cleaning tip 73

Thursday, October 29th, 2009

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.

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Cleaning butcher blocks household cleaning tip No72

Thursday, September 3rd, 2009

Hopefully you will find this domestic cleaning tip that gives you advice on cleaning your butcher block to be of some use. You will also find below a link to other domestic cleaning tips that make up this series of cleaning butcher blocksblogs that I am currently publishing on a regular basis.

Household cleaning tip No72 offers some advice on cleaning your butcher block.

Butcher blocks are well known for being a breeding ground for bacteria. keeping your butcher block hygienic is extremely important, when you have used your butcher block always wash it with a mild detergent and then leave it to air dry thoroughly.

Then carefully rub some salt into your block to help to draw out any moisture which may be trapped within the crevices of your butcher block.

Also to help to keep your butcher block in top notch condition carefully rub a very small layer of mineral oil into the wood upon completion of the cleaning.

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Cleaning soap scum from baths domestic cleaning tip

Friday, July 31st, 2009

Hopefully this domestic cleaning tip that gives you some good advice about cleaning soap scum away from baths will prove to  be useful. You will also find below a  link to many other household domestic cleaning tips that make up this series of small cleaning tip articles that I am currently publishing oncleaning soap scum a regular basis.

Domestic cleaning tip No71  provided you with some advice on cleaning soap scum out of your bath.


One of the simplest techniques for removing soap scum from your bath, sinks, and shower doors is by using a damp dryer sheet.

Simply wipe down the scum with the dryer sheet. also it is a good pointer to keep a few dryer sheets handy in your bathroom ready to wipe down your bath and shower straight after you have used them. Remembering to do this should save you having to deal with soap scum in the future.

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Cleaning shirt collars cleaning tip

Saturday, July 25th, 2009

Hopefully this domestic cleaning tip that offers you some advice on cleaning your dirty shirt collars will prove useful.   Also find below acleaning a dirty shirt collar link to many other household domestic cleaning and clothes washing tips that make this series of articles that I am currently publishing on a regular basis.

Domestic cleaning tip No70 gives you advice on cleaning dirty shirt collars.

Using a tiny paintbrush carefully brush onto your soiled shirt collars prior to washing them some hair shampoo.

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Cleaning kettles domestic cleaning tip No69

Tuesday, June 16th, 2009
kettle cleaningHopefully you will find this domestic cleaning tip that gives you some sound advice on cleaning kettles to be useful. You will also find below a link to other useful household domestic cleaning tips that make up this series of articles  that I am currently publishing on a regular basis.
Domestic cleaning tip No69 gives you advice on cleaning kettles

Placing some malt vinegar into your kettle will clean it for you.

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