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Cleaning magic-marker ink domestic cleaning tip No60

Thursday, April 9th, 2009

I hope that you will find this household domestic cleaning tip that gives you useful advice on removing magic-marker ink to be helpful. You will also find below a further link to other useful household domestic cleaning tips that make up this series of small articles that I am currently publishing on a regular basis.

Household domestic cleaning tip No60 gives you advice on magic-marker ink removal.

Magic-marker ink can usually be removed from surfaces by using hairspray.

New 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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Cleaning windows window cleaning tip No59

Sunday, April 5th, 2009

Hopefully you will find this domestic cleaning tip that gives you advice on cleaning a window to be useful. You will also find a further link to other household domestic cleaning tips that constitute part of this series of blogs that I am currently publishing on a regular basis.

Window cleaning tip No59 gives you advice on cleaning a window.

Cleaning a window, put a little vinegar in a bucket of hot water, wash window, dry with soft cloth, or even news paper. No need for expensive cleaning products.

New 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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Cleaning washbasins and baths bathroom cleaning tip 58

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

Hopefully you will find this bathroom cleaning tip that offers you advice on keeping clean baths and washbasins to be useful. You will also find below a further link to other domestic cleaning tips that make up this series of small articles that I am currently publishing on a regular basis.

Bathroom cleaning tip No58 gives you advice on keeping clean baths and washbasins.

This bathroom cleaning tip is focused more on the prevention of scum and grime buiding up in your bath and washbasins. When ever you have a bath or alternatively wash your hands and face in a wash basin it is always good practice to rinse out your bath and wash basin quickly afterwards with clean water to prevent scum and grime solidifying on the sides and bottom and ultimately causing you a much more difficult domestic cleaning job.

New cleaning tips are always more than welcome.

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Cleaning fragile ornaments domestic cleaning tip No57

Monday, March 30th, 2009

Hopefully you will find this domestic cleaning tip that gives you advice on cleaning fragile ornaments to be useful. You will also find below a further link to many other household domestic cleaning tips and hints that make up this series of blogs that I am currently publishing on a regular basis.

Cleaning tip No57 gives you advice on cleaning fragile ornaments.

It is a good idea when cleaning fragile ornaments to wear an old pair of cotton gloves and clean the ornament carefully using your fingers.

New cleaning tips are always more than welcome.

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Reducing food spillages household cleaning hint No54

Thursday, March 19th, 2009

I hope that you will find this household cleaning hint that gives you advice on how to prevent the spread of food crumbs throughout your household to be useful. You will also find below a link to further household domestic cleaning tips that constitute part of this series of blogs that I am currently publishing on a regular basis.

Cleaning hint No54 gives you advice on reducing the spread of food crumbs throughout your house.

This tip is aimed at preventing the spread of food crumbs and spillages throughout your household. It is a good idea to always eat all your meals around a set dining table in your property and not get into a bad habit of eating off your lap or laid out across the living room floor. Often children tend these days to eat away from the dining table and this practice often leads to spillages that not only stain carpets but also crumbs and other food bits can attract vermin into your property.

Make a rule all food should be consumed and eaten at your dining table.

By simply taking care where you eat your food could save you an awful lot of cleaning and also save you needing to phone up rentokill to get rid of vermin.

New cleaning tips are always more than welcome.

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Shower curtains household cleaning tip No52

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009

Shower curtains household cleaning tip No52

Hopefully you will find this household cleaning tip that offers you advice on the prevention of mildew growth on shower curtains to be useful. You will also find below a further link to other household domestic cleaning tips that make up this series of blogs that I am currently publishing on a regular basis.

Household cleaning tip No52 gives you advice on shower curtains.

This household cleaning tip is aimed more at the preventing of mildew growth on your new shower curtains. To minimise the risk of mildew accuring soak your new shower curtains in salt water before hanging them.

New cleaning tips are always more than welcome.

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Toilet seat care household cleaning tip No51

Sunday, March 8th, 2009

Toilet seat care household cleaning tip No51

Hopefully you will find this household cleaning tip that gives you advice on looking after your toilet seat to be of some benefit. You will also find below a further link to other household domestic cleaning tips that make up part of this series of blogs that I am currently publishing on a regular basis.

Cleaning tip No51 gives you advice on toilet seat hygene.

This cleaning tip is aimed more at the male side of the family. When nature calls it doesn’t take a great deal of effort to lift up your toilet seat to save urine spillages splashing all over your seat and floor.

By simply lifting up your toilet seat you can prevent the possibility of having to wash your toilet seat and mop the floor and if you have a carpet then it saves a potential more time consuming carpet shampooing job!

New cleaning tips are always more than welcome.

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Remove your dirty footware before you enter household cleaning tip No50

Thursday, March 5th, 2009

Remove your dirty footware before you enter household cleaning tip No50

Hopefully this household cleaning tip that gives advice on removing your footware will be of some value to you. You will also find below a link to other household domestic cleaning tips that make up part of this series of blogs that I am currently publishing on a regular basis.

Cleaning tip No50 offers you advice about removing your footware.

Boots, shoes, trainers, think before you enter your house! When you return to your home it is always a very good practice to remove your footware just before entering as it is amazing the amount of dirt and filth that you can deposit throughout your home onto your carpets, tiles and wooden floors if you just can’t be bothered to remove them!

Removing your footware will help you minimise the need for shampooing carpets, mopping floors etc, saving your time, money on electricity, cleaning materials and also increase the life span of your carpets and wooden floors etc.

New cleaning tips are always more than welcome. 

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Cleaning furred up kettles household cleaning tip No48

Friday, February 27th, 2009

Cleaning furred up kettles household cleaning tip No48

I hope that you will find this household cleaning tip that offers you advice on cleaning Furred up kettles to be of some use to you. You will also find below a link to other household cleaning tips that make up part of this series of blogs that I am currently publishing on a regular basis.

Cleaning tip No48 offers you advice on cleaning furred kettles.

Furred up kettles can be descaled by simply boiling up equal amounts of water and vinager and then leaving to cool overnight.

 

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Oil on carpets useful household cleaning tip No47

Tuesday, February 24th, 2009

Oil on carpets useful household cleaning tip No47

Hopefully you will find this useful household cleaning tip that offers you advice on the cleaning up of oil from your carpets to be of value to you. You will also find below a link to other household domestic cleaning tips that constitute part of this series of blogs that I am currently publishing every few days.

Cleaning tip No47 offers you advice on removing oil from carpets.

To remove oil from your carpets firstly the oil stain must be dry, then using a damp cloth gently rub a small quantity of eucalyptus oil onto the oil stain, this may at first not appear to be working for you but in time it will.

New cleaning tips are always more than welcome. 

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