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Roof Cleaning Methods For Unsightly Stains

Feb 13 ,2017

There are a wide variety of things that can end up leaving nasty stains on your roof. Two of the main culprits are algae and lichens. They feed off of organic matter that is trapped in the shingles and end up eating the roof. Left to their own devices, they can be capable of causing considerable damage. If you are worried that this may be happening to your roof, below are some roof cleaning methods you can use to get rid of those unsightly stains. The Eco-friendly Approach This method does not use any bleach and uses low pressure to get rid of algae and lichens. Companies that use this method will employ eco-friendly products that don’t contain any toxic…

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How To Clean The Toughest Areas In Your Home

Feb 6 ,2017

There are a bunch of hard to reach, tough to clean areas of the house that we all dread having to clean. Even with our best intentions, it can be nearly impossible to really do a thorough job in some of these places, and we can end up spending a lot of time for very little in the way of results. If you are at your wits end over what to do about these difficult spots, below are some tips that will help you keep these tough areas clean. Chandelier Spray Cleaning a chandelier can be quite the hassle because of all the parts that require individual cleaning. The old-fashioned way of taking the chandelier down and taking it apart…

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5 Foods That Double As Cleaning Products

Jan 9 ,2017

Not only are off the shelf cleaning products expensive, they are also harmful to the environment. When you flush caustic, toxic cleaning agents down the toilet, or rinse them down the sink, you are invariably sending some of these chemicals back out into the environment. Save yourself money and save the environment by utilizing the above five foods that double as cleaning agents. Rhubarb While the taste of rhubarb certainly isn’t for everyone, everyone can agree their leaves make great cleaning agents. By using rhubarb leaves on pots and pans, you can easily get rid of stubborn burn marks that seem like they are destined to be there forever. You can also boil some leaves in water and let it…

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