Hints and Tips for Household Cleaning Reviews
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Hints and Tips for Household Cleaning ... ideas and suggestions for making household cleaning easier, and give us all more time to do other things! / Are you the Martha Stewart of your neighbourhood? Or perhaps you are a recently reformed housework-slob. Share your ideas and suggestions for making household cleaning easier, and give us all more time to do other things!
Newest Review: ... and found that they worked!): 1. Cleaning the windows You don't need a window cleaner. All you need is an old tower and some old newspaper. First, you wipe the window using the wet towel. Then, you just wipe the window again using the old newspaper. You will then find your window very clean! It's that easy! and your can use up the old towels and old newspaper at home. Isn't it a good idea ... more
Customer Hints and Tips for Household Cleaning Reviews (78)
by - written on 30/01/14
I have found that Freshana Cleaning Solutions works wonders on stainless steel! Stainless steel can be a real bear to clean sometimes. Never seems to clean right or it streaks or there's always something left behind with other cleaners. Not only that but it's also organic and natural and safe to use around my kids and our little dog. That's a huge bonus of course but the price is right too. Usually organic is more expensive but this is priced right. Anyways, I highly recommend it for hitting that stainless steel and shining the kitchen up nice! There's no crazy odors. (the smells in some products give me such a headache and tend to fire up the allergies.) Love it!
by - written on 01/06/12, updated on 02/06/12 (Useful, 146 readings)
I have to admit that I am not the person-in-charge of the household cleaning at home (my mother is in charge) but I do like to read about books on various housing cleaning methods (the Japanese are superb in writing books on these!) Here are a few tips that I have gathered so far on household cleaning (which I have tried myself and found that they worked!): 1. Cleaning the windows You don't need a window cleaner. All you need is an old tower and some old newspaper. First, you wipe the window using the wet towel. Then, you just wipe the window again using the old newspaper. You will then find your window very clean! It's that easy! and your can use up the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/02/12 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Women dust, men don't, simple as! This is the fundamental difference between the two sexes. Women never let things settle on Venus where as men are quite happy to let things be on Mars. Men are happy for dust to go up in the air and come down again. Like atomic matter, you can't get rid of it what ever you do. Why chase it around the house with a cloth? It is the vapour trail of everything that has ever existed, including insect poo, human skin and tobacco. Yuk! No, the more fundamental question is do women enjoy spending money on useless clutter just so they have something to dust, most of which goes flying off the mantle piece when they dust. All the men ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/12 (Very useful, 49 readings)
My top ten tips: 1. Work from the inside out and the top down wards. 2. Do a cupboard or a drawer at a time. Take everything out, clean the drawer/cupboard. Inspect everything in the drawer/cupboard to see if it needs cleaning/washing. If you are sorting a clothes drawer then ask yourself,' 'Have I worn this in the last year?' if the answer is 'No' then it can probably go to a new home. If it is something from the kitchen the same question can be rephrased to, 'When did I last use this?' 'Do I really need it?' if not then time to move it on. This part of the Spring clean can take the longest time. In the kitchen I can take a few days over this and in my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/10, updated on 06/06/13 (Very useful, 345 readings)
So you've got the perfect vacuum cleaner for your needs, not too big, not too small, a specimen which allows you to work in an upright position so that your back won't hurt while working. It has all the attachments you want to use and a long extension cord so that you can vacuum also in the corners farthest away from the wall socket without having to fear the plug might pop out unexpectedly. In case your vacuum cleaner has got a dust bag, you've checked that there's still enough room in it. If in doubt, put in a new one. If the bag becomes full while you're vacuuming and you don't notice it, your effort will be in vain. Go to the room farthest away from the ... Read the complete review