Yes you can. You can clean things you rarely think of….and do it easily. How about a lampshade? You ever give this much thought? It’s simple, use a lint roller. Works like a charm. Do you have a roll back window to expose the window screen? Most of us do. To clean this nasty little gutter between the glass and the screen sprinkle baking soda in the gutter add a little vinegar, let it set for a few moments, then using a soft cloth or old toothbrush give it a scrub and rinse w
The old-fashioned way to clean? Absolutely nothing with using grandma's cleaning methods. Here’s a few tips from grandma. If you have some baking soda, vinegar, lemon juice, and olive oil you have the makings of good homemade cleaning materials. For cleaning windows use a spray bottle filled with half water and half vinegar. Spray it on, wipe it off, and see lovely clean windows. If you want to sanitize White vinegar will kill bacteria, mold, and most germs. This is great for
Then you better be prepared. I have a shower/bathtub combo. I do a pretty good job keeping the tile walls clean and dry but too often I forget about the rarely used bathtub. So if you’re like me here are a few tips for cleaning the tub. The one exception to cleaning the tub is if it is fiberglass or perhaps an acrylic material do not use an abrasive cleaner. Instead, use a sponge with a stronger cleaner such as lemon juice and a small amount of borax. However, for the common
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