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Thread: Does anyone have any great cleaning tips?

  1. #11

    What is your favorite cleaning tip or tool for your household?

    I really like my stick vacuum! Well, loved. My dog ate the filter, and I can't finding a replacement, i "could" order one on web, however it bothers me that the shipping really is more expensive then filter! Wipe up one bathroom each day and with individuals clorox wipes - Sink/faucet, toilet, floor = bathroom ALWAYS clean!Eliminate junk/clutter.Eliminate excess towelage! This absolutely transformed my existence! Each member of the family has two towels of the identical color. Both acquire one each week. Every week I pick all of them up, and clean them, and replace all of them with the new ones I cleaned a week ago. This really is a lot better than facing a mountain of towels every couple of days.
    Last edited by Cookie; May 9th, 2011 at 03:09 AM.

  2. #12

    What is your favorite cleaning tip or tool for your household?

    We like cooking inside the house which we use items that are so hard to clean! Should you use a gas oven that which we do now's put foil underneath, when you clean remove foil and basically wipe underneath rather than getting pesky cooking stains in your oven!
    Last edited by Cookie; May 9th, 2011 at 03:13 AM.

  3. #13

    What is your favorite cleaning tip or tool for your household?

    Baking Soda - it is not just for cooking!I take advantage of this to wash greasy areas with the food prep area and grill. Sprinkle straight to the greasey area then rub using a moist sponge. Rinse and everything shines.

    Black heel marks on flooring - dry Baking Soda and moist sponge removes them easily.

    Freshen clothes inside the washer- put some Baking Soda into you washer with your clothes - helps remove smells too (I did this yesterday with clothes we used at a bonfire - they smelled really bad of smoke - the now smell fresh and clean).

    put 1 cup baking soda in your drain,
    pour in 1/2 cup vinegar,
    let it bubble then pour in the large pot of boiling water.

    Cleans the pipes without any yucky oders.
    Last edited by Cookie; May 9th, 2011 at 03:21 AM.

  4. #14

    What is your favorite cleaning tip or tool for your household?

    Dr Bronner's All-in-one Liquid Hemp Miracle [or regardless of what the entire title is]-in Peppermint:

    It can shampoo your area rugs and remove fleas from your dogs, cleans hair[that we don't recommend because it does clean but has a tendency to tangle]-hands-body-face and it'll also help your complexion[honestly], i've never found anything better for laundry stains, have a facial and use as deodorant, cleans dishes and your kitchen floor.

    I can not even remember all I've used DB [effectively] for. It's all natural, and made from renewable resourses, condensed for super value, smells so nice you can frequently bring your empty to some coop or nutrition store to refill-no extra plastic.

    No, I do not work with the label. Take a look and you will see the reason.--Also, I love a hair blowdryer for dusting-good w/lampshades & like this.---But I like to possess a box of static guard dryer sheets. I'm not sure of the brand or cost matter. Maybe but I personally use a budget one so...hum?

    Ideal for dusting. Run one over your over-clingly clothes-if you have a pocket place it inside later on. It will help keep your outfit static free. And when you get sticky again you have a handy & discreet solution [-and that i SWEAR i got this from the 3 sources-] which should REPEL BEES. You believe? Allegedly. Stash a few inside your dresser drawers together with your clothing. Maintainance for vertical blinds.

    Have fun
    Last edited by Cookie; May 9th, 2011 at 03:48 AM.

  5. #15

    What is your favorite cleaning tip or tool for your household?

    The most popular cleaning tool would be the micro fiber cloth. I form them into a few things i call "Duster Bunnies" or "Boo Boo Bunnies" and supply them as gifts.

    They are very effective in many cleaning situation. They grab onto dust and soil and don't let go.

    Spay glass with cleaning solution for instance 2 drops of Basic H and 16 oz of water. Dry with micro fiber cloth leaves a streak free gleam.

    Spray these with the basic H solution until they're damp while not wet. Dust with it and they're going to attract 420 more their weight in dust. The dusted area will stay free from dust longer than expected.

    These towels are even great as scrubbers. They work just as good as Mister Clean Magic Erasers. For more affordable micro fiber clothes try searching within the automotive section.
    Last edited by Cookie; May 9th, 2011 at 03:58 AM.

  6. #16

    What is your favorite cleaning tip or tool for your household?

    Domestic rubber gloves Playtex living and marigold rubber gloves x.
    Last edited by Cookie; May 9th, 2011 at 03:59 AM.

  7. #17

    What is your favorite cleaning tip or tool for your household?

    I like this Swiffer mop, Febreeze and employ worn out socks for dusting.
    Last edited by Cookie; May 9th, 2011 at 04:01 AM.

  8. #18

    What is your favorite cleaning tip or tool for your household?

    Vacuum's! Consider life without one. Picking up every tiny speck piece by piece...vacuum's enable it to be far easier for all of us.
    Last edited by Cookie; May 9th, 2011 at 04:06 AM.

  9. #19

    can anyone please give me a few cleaning tips?

    google heloise.com you'll get the many tips that you require.
    Last edited by Cookie; May 9th, 2011 at 04:07 AM.

  10. #20

    can anyone please give me a few cleaning tips?

    ok so i brought an empty fill in cook book to put with recipes and give to a friend as a gift. in the book there's a section for " handy household tips" i want to put little things in it that a lot of young people when they first move out don't realize. any original ideas???? for example, does vinegar really clean, if so how much and for what? how do you remove a blood stain? an oil stain from cooking? and anything else that's more typical then most people realize.thanks to anyone who answers, i know its a pretty long question

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