Artist Revives Discarded Ceramics into Lovely Sculptures
What do you do when someone in your house accidentally breaks a delicate ceramic plate or bowl? You probably mope a little at the loss of the precious ceramic cutlery and then throw the broken shards in the dustbin. What else can we do, right?
How to Clean 'Dry Clean Only' Clothes at Home
Dry cleaning can be a huge hassle, as well as quite the expense, depending on how many 'dry clean only' garments you've got in your closet. Luckily, with only a little bit of time and effort, you should be able to wash most kinds of clothes, with only a few exceptions. Read on to find out how! 1.
These Natural Cleaning Solutions Will Remove Anything!
Lemons A fantastic cleaning agent that can be used to remove dirt and rust stains (due to its acidic nature). Cleaning with lemons becomes especially effective when mixed with salt, making an excellent paste. Price: 50c a lemon.
Cleaning Supplies Need Cleaning Too, This Is How To Do It
You have cleaned the house, washed the dishes, and folded the laundry. You’ve done all your chores and didn’t neglect a thing. But there is something we all tend to overlook - the supplies which we use to clean the house. Be honest, when is the last time you washed your dish towel?
This Cleaning Hack Makes Cleaning a Grill Super Easy!
However, unlike our other cooking surfaces, it might not receive the same care and cleaning standard. Thankfully, this can be solved with this easy grill cleaning hack that will leave your grate looking nice and clean. What you will need: • Olive Oil • Salt • Potato • Brush • Knife Instructions 1.
Cleaning With Baking Soda Can Really Damage These Surfaces
But it turns out that even baking soda isn’t universal, and using it to clean certain surfaces, like wood, marble, and glass, can damage them. Find out which surfaces should never ever be cleaned by baking soda and why. Related Article: 22 Interesting Interesting Ways to Use Baking Soda 1.
15 Deep Cleaning Hacks Perfect for Spring Cleaning
Deep cleaning the house is necessary from time to time. After all, few of us have the time to clean our hairbrushes, scrub the inside of the faucets, and get to the tops of the kitchen cabinets every week.
Rethink Your Cleaning Schedule If You Clean This Weekly
The thing is, many of us unknowingly prioritize the wrong tasks when cleaning - we clean some places in our homes way too often while not cleaning other items nearly enough. Today, let’s focus on those tasks you can happily cross off your weekly to-do list.
These Cleaning Hacks Are All You Need to Clean Your Home
Cleaning our homes can be a daunting task. So, if you don't want to spend the whole weekend cleaning and scrubbing pots and pans, these easy and cheap cleaning solutions will make your life all the easier.
Learn to Clean Any Surface With These Great Tips!
If the surface is coated with polyurethane, follow the instructions for the cleaning of wooden cabinets. Tools: cloth or sponge. Tips: After cleaning, rinse with plain water and dry the surface. Water remaining on the surface will stain.
10 Tips for Cleaning With Salt - Number 8 is Amazing!
Today you’ll learn 10 ways you can use salt to make cleaning so much easier for yourself. I recommend doing number 8 every weekend. 1. Clean broken eggs Did you accidentally drop an egg on the floor? Cleaning it up will require lots of paper towels unless you use this tip.
Be Aware of the Reality of These Popular Cleaning Myths
While cleaning your home regularly is a very good habit, it is equally important at present to stay away from numerous so-called cleaning hacks and myths that have somehow perpetuated themselves in our society over the last many years.
Is Your Bathroom as Clean as It Could Be? Probably Not!
But there are ways to maintain a flawlessly clean bathroom. In the video below, Melissa Maker from Clean My Space jots down 10 tips for a cleaner bathroom. Take a look: 10 Rules for a Cleaner Bathroom tips, guide, clean, rules, bathroom Is your bathroom as clean as it could be?
17 Common Cleaning Mistakes That Can Ruin Your Bathroom
For example, try to avoid scrubbing or using acidic chemicals on tile, ceramic, chrome faucets, and showerheads, as the acid can degrade these fragile surfaces over time, which means that you'll need to replace them sooner than you'd normally have to. 2.
Using Vinegar to Clean These Items Can Really Damage Them
“Cleaning egg messes with a vinegar solution will cause the protein enzymes in the egg to coagulate and will make the stains even more impossible to clean up,” Lily Cameron, a cleaning professional told Reader's Digest.
Born With a Clean Slate - Great Message!
Born With a Clean Slate - Great Message! cute, video, family, babies, parenting, message The message here is clear, and delivered ever so adorably...
Important! These Everyday Objects Need to Be Cleaned!
TV Remote It’s possible that since you got your TV, you haven’t cleaned the remote control, not even once. Most likely because you are unaware that you should. To clean the remote, remove the batteries. Use a dry toothbrush to clean between the buttons.
These Projects Will Make You WANT to Clean
Now let's see how we make cleaning fun and easier than ever. 5. Make Surfaces Easy to Clean The more items there are on a certain surface, the easier it is for the dust to gather. Sadly, this rule applies also to shelves. Regularly dust them with a microfiber cloth.
Save Yourself Time and Money with These Cleaning Tips
Clean your dishwasher with vinegar and baking soda Your dishwasher needs a cleaning from time to time.
Neglecting to Clean These Items Can Be DANGEROUS
We all try to keep the living room tidy and the countertop clean, but it’s easy to forget about the nooks and crannies that are usually out of our sight. Cleaning these hidden spots is extremely important - not only for hygiene’s sake but also for your safety.
Is This the World's First Self-Cleaning Car?
Is This the World's First Self-Cleaning Car? video, car, vehicle, self-cleaning, paint job, dirt Watch Nissan's new paint job that will make sure your car stays clean under all conditions.
8 Foods That Will Make Cleaning a Lot Easier
It’s no secret that we all want our cleaning routines to be as easy and non-toxic as possible. One of the best ways to ensure this AND get more bang-for-your-buck is to use food.
15 Spring Cleaning and Organization Hacks
For many people out there, the beginning of spring is not a pleasant time because it's synonymous with spring cleaning. If you feel that way, let us help you out here. The video below offers quite a few organization and upcycling hacks, as well as a few cool DIY ideas you might like!
An A-Z of Carpet Cleaning - The Ultimate Guide!
However, it is almost always true that you can clean virtually every kind of stain with these simple remedies. Investigate this superb infographic depicting the A-Z of carpet cleaning, and you'll find it’s a terrific guide for every carpet stain from alcohol to zucchini.