• Cleaning - Laundry to Flooring

  • Removing Red Wine Stains from Carpets

    So time and blotting are what should be uppermost in your mind when you go about the task of removing red wine stains from your carpet. Maybe we should add a third rule, be calm

    • Hiring a Cleaning Lady

      Hiring a cleaning professional may be a small addition to your monthly budget, but it is well worth spending the money on. Imagine the pleasure that comes when you return to an immaculate home after a long day at work.

    • Using Bleach to Whiten Clothing

      Chlorine bleach – perhaps the most effective kind of bleach in the market these days. It contains about 5% of sodium hypochloride. Given its powerful action, it should first be diluted before it comes in contact with fabric.

    • Removing Pet Odors

      To clean the smell, you first have to locate the smell. In the case of feces, this is usually easy but dried urine can hide in dark carpets. Your options? Get on your hands and knees and prepare your nose for a serious workout or purchase a black light from your neighborhood hardware store.

    • Cleaning a Coffee Maker

      Here is a step-by-step guide to cleaning your coffee maker. Each individual coffee maker is unique so keep in mind that you might have to improvise a little bit. However, the basic technique shouldn't change much.

    • Hardwood Floor Stain Removal

      Before we talk about how to remove those inevitable hardwood floor stains, let's discuss how to simply maintain your floors first.

    • Laundry Does Not Wash Itself, My Dear

      Who would have thought there could be such a bid adieu about laundry?  The truth is that you would be hard pressed to find a parenting blog or family article where the battle over laundry duties within the home didn’t rear their ugly head.

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